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What to do in St. Thomas


ecarbine

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St. John is part of the U.S. Virgin Islands, No passport needed.

If you miss the boat, no problem getting back home, BUT you may have a problem getting to the next port of call.

 

Cindy

former St Thomas resident

 

thanks a bunch....some of us have passports and some of us don't...so just wanted to confirm. :eek::p

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I did the Atlantis submarine tour. They take you 100 feet underwater and there is a naturalist who will give a commentary. You sit on a small stool in the sub and there are 2 sides of stools. Each stool has its own window to look out. It was a little pricey, around $100pp, but it has been one of my highlight excursions of the cruises I have taken.

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gertiesmom

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Originally Posted by cruisersfromok

We went parasailing there. It was great and beautiful!

Now that sounds awesome! I haven't been parasailing yet! Where did u parasail at? Did you have to reserve a place ahead of time or is it first come, first served?

 

We booked online through Carnival before we cruised. It got us hooked and now we parasail at least once on every cruise. If it's not offered through Carnival, Google and book directly through the company. That's what we do.

 

Enjoy!

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