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Lying 1.5 miles off the northeast coast of St. Croix, this 880-acre national monument includes 176 acres of land surrounded by 704 acres of water and coral reef system; it is a paradise for snorkelers, and the deep grottos and labyrinths are perfect...more
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Took Big Beards tour out here. Great crew, the island itself offers some stunning scenery both on land and in the water with a coral reef that offers an underwater trail unique to anything I have seen. Similar by different to the scuba trail in...More
Spent a great day snorkeling the reef. Fun underwater signs to help identify what fish and coral you are seeing. Guides made sure all was safe and were attentive to all details. Good barbecue after. I would recommend.
The company that took us out to Buck Island was very nice and explained the reef to us. I think the reef has been harmed by the hurricane. It was not very pretty not did it have the sea life one might expect. It was...More
Cool little island off of Christensted side of St. Croix. There is snorkeling and hiking. Pretty area with natural habitat. On the island you will see hermit crabs, birds, lizards and visitors. In the water you will see reef, coral with many fish and lobster...More
We were in St. Croix for the day on our cruise and wanted to do a snorkeling day so we booked through the ship with Caribbean Sea Adventures. The trip included a van ride from Fredrickstead where the ship docked to Christianstead where the small...More
Arrived on a private sailboat and anchored in designated area off the West coast of Buck Island. We applied for the free anchorage permit the previous day in person at Fort Christansvaern. (You will need a copy of your boat registration and a government ID.)...More
We arrived here via a charter boat. The beach is beautiful but do be aware there are some trees on the island that are not safe. It was pointed out to us that many had picnic table directly underneath them. We snorkeled and swam. It...More
If you are visiting St Croix via cruise ship, then your ship will dock in Fredericksted. Fredericksted is on the far west end of the island. The tours for Buck Island leave out of Christiansted, which is in the middle of the... More
If you are visiting St Croix via cruise ship, then your ship will dock in Fredericksted. Fredericksted is on the far west end of the island. The tours for Buck Island leave out of Christiansted, which is in the middle of the island. So ... you will need to rent a car or take a taxi to get there ... or book your trip to Buck Island with one of the tour operators that will pick you up in Fredericksted.
But, no matter how you get to Christiansted, it’s best to prebook your trip to Buck Island in advance !