“St. Croix is home to amazing watersports from fishing and sailing to paddle boarding and kayaking,” says Sid Kalmans, owner of Hotel Caravelle, “And the visibility and marine life is spectacular in September. With the September savings, travelers can really explore the island – above and below the sea.”
Guests can book adventures including off-road jeep tours, sailing, diving, deep sea fishing, walking tours, and island tours, all off which depart in front of Hotel Caravelle. Guests who go sailing, walk a few steps to the boardwalk and hop onto the sailboat, which sets sail to Buck Island, a national park located two miles from St. Croix. Guests enjoy beach time and snorkel the underwater trail. The sailing trip takes guests along the coast of St. Croix offering scenic views along the way.
For an island tour, guests can go the educational route with Sweeney Toussaint of St. Croix Safari Tours, where guests enjoy a relaxing, informative tour of St. Croix’s historic and notable sites. Or the wild-crazy route with Tan Tan Jeep Tours, where guests come back really dirty and full of great stories. However guests choose to discover the island, Hotel Caravelle will assist in matching the guest with the most appropriate adventure.
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Located on the waterfront in the historic town of Christiansted, Hotel Caravelle, known for its friendly staff, blends European elegance with Caribbean charm. The hotel’s 43 rooms, most with ocean views, offer with all the amenities including a/c, satellite TV, phone, safes, iron and ironing board, hair dryer and radio. The Penthouse Suite features a living room, two bathrooms and an oversized master bedroom. The award-winning Rumrunner’s waterfront restaurant and bar, located in Hotel Caravelle, offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. Hotel Caravelle is walking distance from cafes, shops, galleries and historic sites and buildings. For more information visit www.hotelcaravelle.com or call 800-524-0410.