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The vantage point where Sir Francis Drake was supposed to have looked for enemy ships of the Spanish fleet, this lookout includes a panoramic view of the Virgin Islands where the Atlantic Ocean joins the Caribbean Sea
Beautiful place to admire the view on Caribbean Island around. Very nice to stop on your way to Magen's Bay. I asked the taxi driver to include this stop as it was not foreseen on the ride to Magen's Bay. This is a small loop...More
Quite a journey to actually get up here. Steep hills, large taxis/vans hogging the road.... but you cannot have a trip to St Thomas without visiting here. Beautiful views. Pictures and videos don't do justice.
A wonderful view of the bay from top, amazing sight, A picture post card view.
Photographs dont do justice to the real thing.
Fortunately the weather was good, although it was very warm.
Well worth a visit, we visited late morning.
This was a quick stop on our way to Mountain Top. There are only a few parking spaces, so if you see one take it. There are great views from the parking area. Drake's Seat however is behind you across the street on the hillside....More
A wonderful view of Magen's Bay and the surrounding islands from this viewpoint. There are about 5 parking spots and the people move quite quickly, so wait for your kodak moment. Most of the cruise ship people arrive around 11am in groups. Try to avoid...More