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Price and Availability Index Saint Thomas
Holiday Letting Price Information in Saint Thomas
The graph shows average prices of rental prices in Saint Thomas for the next twelve months. The week with the highest average prices is in December (22/12 - 29/12). During this week, a night will cost on average £259. The cheapest week to book a holiday rental is in October (06/10 - 13/10).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Saint Thomas
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Saint Thomas for the next twelve months. So far, the week with the least available rentals in Saint Thomas is in December (22/12 - 29/12). It will be easy to find a holiday home that suits you in a week of May (11/05 - 18/05), as 86 of the rentals are still available.
The weather in Saint Thomas
Check out the climate diagram for Saint Thomas. July is the warmest month of the year in Saint Thomas with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 32°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 23° in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is April.
St. Thomas Holiday Lettings: Feel at home in an island paradise
Welcome to St. Thomas, a gorgeous isle of the U.S. Virgin Islands. This jewel in the Caribbean is renowned as an address for incredible white-sand beaches, turquoise waters suited for snorkelling and fishing, and a busy metropolitan hub. Come to St. Thomas and enjoy an incredible holiday on this sunny, exciting and unique Caribbean island. Stay at one of the St. Thomas holiday lettings in this region and enjoy everything the Virgin Islands have to offer.
Reaching St. Thomas
There are multiple ways to reach the island of St. Thomas. If you are travelling by air you will be arriving at the Cyril E. King Airport, and international hub near the Virgin Island's capital city, Charlotte Amalie. From the airport, you have a number of transportation options to reach your St. Thomas holiday home. You can either take a taxi or an airport shuttle to multiple locations on the island, or you can rent a car from one of the companies located at the airport. If you are headed into Charlotte Amalie by car, Airport road, Moravian Highway and subsequently Veterans Drive will lead you into the heart of the city. Some visitors travel to St. Thomas from other locations within the U.S. Virgin Islands. There are regular ferries from the nearby islands of Tortola and St. John which travel directly to the port in Charlotte Amalie.
St. Thomas and its cuisine
Visit St. Thomas and experience true Caribbean cuisine. While staying in your St. Thomas holiday letting , you can enjoy the island’s amazing gastronomy at your own pace. The foods of the U.S. Virgin Islands are traditionally of a deliciously spicy and hearty variety. Fresh ingredients are sourced locally, including rich meats, diverse vegetables and fruit, and tasty seafood, fished from the turquoise waters surrounding the islands.
The island of St. Thomas offers a fantastic range of restaurants for you to enjoy, from elegant and sophisticated to open-air eateries. St. Thomas's restaurants do not only serve the traditional but also a range of international cuisines; from North American, to Spanish, to Japanese, this island has it all. Choose from one of the many St. Thomas holiday homes available so you have a place to call home after experiencing the region’s lovely cuisine.
St. Thomas and its climate
The Caribbean is world-renowned for its wonderful climate and the island of St. Thomas is likewise known for its fantastic weather. Here you can truly make the best of the sunshine by heading to the beach, swimming in the Caribbean’s warm waters, and hiking through St. Thomas's lush nature. Visit white-sand beaches like Magens Bay, Brewers Bay and Coki Beach, where you can spend a beautiful day in the sun. Both Sapphire Beach and Secret Harbour are renowned for amazing snorkelling, so if you want to spend time under the waves, St. Thomas is the place. If you wish to be active during your holiday, experience some of the incredible trails on the island, such as the Magens Bay hiking trail, which includes beautifully diverse nature.
There are endless ways to enjoy St. Thomas’s climate. Book from a range of St. Thomas holiday lettings so you can experience its beautiful weather every day.
St. Thomas and its Sights
The island of St. Thomas has some truly fantastic sights to see. Learn about the island’s history by visiting locations such as Blackbeard's Castle, which is a building hosting a museum that tells of the history and lives of pirates and privateers. Also check out the impressive Fort Christian, a Danish-Norwegian military structure built to protect the island when it first became a colony in the 17th century. Now a museum which holds a variety of amazing artefacts, Fort Christian is a must-see location when visiting St. Thomas.
If you are a person who loves scenic views, check out the amazing Skyride to Paradise Point, a gondola service that gives unparalleled views of the island. If you are interested in seeing some of the island’s diverse marine life, check out places like the fantastic Coral World Ocean Park, an open-water marine park with a range of exciting activities, including walking on the sea floor and swimming with sea lions.
Whatever you may decide to see on this incredible island, St. Thomas holiday lettings provide a great base from which to plan your sightseeing and to relax after a full day.
The Saint Thomas tropical experience
Visit Sapphire Beach either early or later in the day to avoid the cruise ship passenger rush. Snorkel on the reef, suntan, or relax in the shade of the sea grape trees.
Wander through the world's biggest permanent ice gallery, decked with mystical ice sculptures, tables, statues, and thrones. Parkas, gloves, blankets, and rum await.
Coral World Ocean Park
Observe sea stars, hermit crabs, sea cucumbers, and other marine species at this open-water system marine park. Feed sting rays and witness the camaraderie between sea lions and their trainers.
Honeymoon Beach offers visitors complimentary sun beds, changing rooms, and hammocks to make the most of its clear, tropical waters. Beach bars serve a good range of food and drinks.
Shooting location for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1, Magens Bay's placid waters are suitable for snorkelling and paddle-boarding. You can also visit the arboretum and coconut grove.
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