Frederikstad, St. Croix Cruise Port
When cruising to Frederikstad, St. Croix, you will be pleasantly surprised that there is more to offer than just great beaches in this part of the US Virgin Islands. It is a great historic town founded in 1751 and then rebuilt in Victorian style after being destroyed in 1758. Located on the western coast of St. Croix, has a great amount of historical importance behind it. It is often referred to as “Freedom City” because it was the site where the proclamation abolishing slavery was read in 1848. The coastal area features many different watersports and horseback riding, for some exciting activities to try on your cruise to Frederikstad, St. Croix. St. Croix is also the home to The Cruzan Rum Distillery, offering guided tours and of course a complementary drink. Below, we have listed a few of our favorite things to do while cruising to Frederikstad, St. Croix:
Search for sea turtles as you snorkel through a tropical fish-filled barrier reef.
Embark on an ATV rain forest tour that will cover miles of exotic plants and animals, where the end of the trail will lead you to a fantastic view on top of the hills.
Soak in some sun on one of the white sandy beaches that surround the gorgeous turquoise waters.
Stroll about the city to view all of the unique Victorian styled buildings and pick up a souvenir or two at one of the local craft markets.