This page is under construction. Updated February 1, 2022
The island's 28 miles long by 8 miles wide (at its widest point) and is very diverse with arid conditions and cactus growing on the east end and a rain forest on the west end. It's surrounded by gorgeous beaches and wonderful tropical fauna.
The easternmost point of the U.S., has breathtaking views of the eastern end of the island. It's a bit of a drive but it's very scenic. If you're an early riser you can be the first in the U.S. to see the sunrise.
The millennium monument, built in 2000, makes a great backdrop for pictures.
On St. Croix's western end is absolutely beautiful. There are scenic trails that run along the top of the rain forest and Mahagony Road which runs through the middle of it (and where you'll find the Beer Drinking Pigs mentioned above).
Hiking, biking, horseback riding, and ATV tours are all great ways of seeing this wonderfully beautful forest.
(Personal note: I just wish we had monkees and parrots but at least we have the beer drinking pigs).