What would you do if you only had 8 Hours in St. Thomas?
The island of St. Thomas is easily one of the most popular ports of call in the Caribbean. Each year millions of cruise ship passengers visit the island. Although the island is small there is a lot to do and a lot that can bog you down. I've taken the guess work out of everything and written this cruise passengers guide to St. Thomas.
Most travel guides concentrate on giving you extensive and comprehensive information in an attempt to cover every single aspect of your vacation destination. In the process they fail to offer you an informed view about what you can expect to experience during your limited time in port. You want to know what cruisers like to do in St. Thomas, not travel writers. Writers visit these ports every year on someone else's dime. You deserve a guide written by a cruiser for cruisers.
What cruisers want to see in St. Thomas
- Points of Interests
- Getting around St. Thomas
What cruisers want to do in St. Thomas
- Activities to do on St. Thomas
- Favorite St. Thomas excursions
- Making the trip to St. John
and a lot more
- Dining Information
- Shopping Information
- Safety Tips
- Personal Recommendations
A personal note from Seth Lieber:
I have been fortunate enough to have been on many cruises to St. Thomas and want to share my experience with you. There are many books out there that tell you all about the island of St. Thomas, but I feel like this one is unique. "8 Hours in St. Thomas"
isn't written by a travel writer with salary and expense account. I'm just like you
. I work hard to be able to go on vacations, and look at maximizing the enjoyment of each one.
Cruises aren't like land based vacations. When you fly to a destination to stay, if you have one “off” day you get a do-over the next. On a cruise you have a limited time in each port and need to make it count. This is where I come in. I've already wasted the time so you don't have to. Bad food, I've eaten it. Boring excursions, I've taken them. Rude tour guides, I've already met them. I've waded through what doesn't work, and I am sharing the things that I have found work really, really, well.
When you only have 8 hours in St. Thomas, you don't have time for experimentation.