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Follow a nature trail that leads you through nearly 200 varieties of tropical plants and an orchid jungle, wander through a gallery displaying local art, or take a sip of complimentary rum punch when you visit these scenic botanical gardens that are...more
Known as one of the Leeward islands, St Thomas is an island we have visited many times over the last 15 years.
The house is nestled on the peaks of St Thomas and was originally part of the 150 acre Plantation St Peter. We saw...More
Attended as part of a large group. Staff was able to make everyone feel at home. Food was excellent, drinks well prepared. Because of Carnival, we were entertained by dancers. Wow!! Had opportunity to walk grounds before eating. Well worth it. Wonderful views of ocean,...More
The panoramic views are great, which is more of a reason to go here than the gardens. The gardens don't appear to maintained well and have fewer varieties than expected. The staff makes up for it by being welcoming and very friendly. The punch, both...More
Not only it's very small. There are several bird cages with birds that are definitely not happy. No place, to many and it just. It right.
You don't get a receive when you pay and it's just a waste of time. Very disappointing!
This estate is nestled in the peaks of St Thomas and was originally part of the 150 acre Plantation St Peter. The Great House is old West Indian architecture. The gardens feature 150 species of Caribbean plants and fruits - such great colours. There are...More
This was a stop on a cruise ship tour, and the main reason why I picked the shore excursion I did. This estate sits on a mountainside with an altitude of 1000 ft, and gives a lovely view of Magen's Bay, and several islands beyond....More