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St. Thomas Kayaking

Paddle through mangrove lagoons and visit deserted islands!

Endless Adventures for Nature Lovers

There’s more to St. Thomas than its beautiful coastline and serene beaches. The nearby deserted isles and mangroves are home to biologically diverse ecosystems, astonishing geological formations, and endless adventures for nature lovers.

Get in touch with this pristine wilderness on a St. Thomas kayaking excursion!

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Connect with Nature in the Virgin Islands

If you’re looking for an adventure in the wilderness, you can find it in St. Thomas’ Mangrove Lagoon Marine Reserve. This protected area encompasses Compass Point Pond, where you can see shorebirds like snowy egrets and blue herons; the mangrove lagoon, an intricate web of small islands and red mangroves; and Cas Cay, an uninhabited island with a coral rubble shoreline and a trail that leads to Red Point Blowhole. Other beautiful spots include Bird Island and Bovoni Cay.

The best way to explore these wild sites is by kayak, coming in close contact with nature as you paddle along and encounter wildlife. Kayaking doesn’t disturb these habitats, which means you can experience this unique ecosystem while helping to preserve it. Combine your kayak adventure with snorkeling and hiking for the ultimate adventure!

Experience the mangroves at sunset for amazing views against a colorful backdrop, or paddle at night and bask in the star-filled skies from your kayak! Learn about the pirate legends that still haunt the Virgin Islands as you explore by the light of your flashlight.

Browse our St. Thomas kayaking excursions and book online!

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