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St. Thomas US Virgin Islands Vacation

Your Secluded Caribbean Paradise

At Flamboyan On The Bay a.k.a. Magen's Point, we want to help you make the most of your stay with us and enjoy the best experiences that the U.S. Virgin Islands have to offer.  So we have compiled the top recommendations from our local insiders to bring you the best tours and activities, worked with local providers to provide private airport transportation, and prepared guides to help you plan your trip through our convenient virtual concierge service. You can find and book our handpicked recommendations 24 hours per day and 7 days per week, with convenient online reservations and secure payments.


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More About St. Thomas

Surrounded by the clear blue waters of the Caribbean, our average temperature ranges from 77°F in the winter to 83°F in the summer. The U.S. Virgin Islands is located in the eastern Caribbean, just 1,100 miles southeast of Miami.


Discovered during Columbus’s second voyage, St. Thomas is one of the three Virgin Islands acquired by the United States in 1917. It was colonized by Danish traders and merchants in the mid 1,600s.

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Although there were sugar cane and cotton plantations, the lack of rivers made this island unsuitable for agriculture compared to her sister St. Croix or to the Greater Antilles.

St. Thomas was famed for its harbor, sheltered bays, ineutrality and its warehouses. It has been a “free-port” since 1815.

Nicknamed “taphus”, or drinking house, rum is an ageless passion that continues even today. 

St. Thomas is only 4 miles wide by 13 miles long (app. 31 sq. miles). The highest point is Crown Mountain at 1,556 feet high. The island’s capital is Charlotte Amalie, named so after the Queen of Denmark in 1691.

Like all Caribbean islands, St. Thomas does not experience seasonal changes. Our winters are mild, and our summers hot and balmy, especially in  late July, August and September, which are our hurricane months.

We do not have dangerous wildlife. Iguanas are our island symbol. Despite their pre-historic look they are pretty harmless. Please keep in mind that they are a protected species.

English is the island’s official language and tourism its prime economic activity which means that we are also known for great shopping. You will find incredible buys on jewelry, watches, cameras, china, alcohol and duty free.

The islands are very laid back. The concept of haste is nonexistent in order to discover the true joys of this paradise. Be patient and open up to an alternate pace.