ARE CHILDREN WELCOME?
Absolutely! Children under 18 are given discounts. The little ones under three are welcome to join free of charge.
WHAT TYPE OF PAYMENT DO YOU ACCEPT?
Individual bookings must be prepaid, online with a major credit. All major credit cards or checks for large private parties are accepted.
WHAT ARE THE NAMES OF THE RESTAURANTS THAT YOU STOP AT?
We disclose our restaurants on the day of the tour. We won’t disappointment, company promise.
WHAT IS YOUR CANCELLATION POLICY?
Any cancellations within 48 hours of the tour are non-refundable.
DO YOU OFFER PRIVATE TOURS?
Yes, we conduct private tours with a minimum of 6 people.
HOW LONG ARE THE TOURS?
All of our tours are between two and a half and three hours.
HOW MUCH WALKING IS INVOLVED?
We walk at a moderate pace for up to a mile on all of our tours.
ARE THE TOURS WHEELCHAIR AND AND BABY STROLLER ACCESSIBLE?
For the most part, yes. Downtown St. Thomas is a historic district and some of the restaurants are not wheelchair accessible but we do our best to accommodate each customer.
WHAT ARE THE MEETING POINTS FOR THE DIFFERENT TOURS?
We disclose meeting points after ticket payment has been completed.
ARE TOUR GUIDE GRATUITIES INCLUDED IN THE PRICE?
Gratuity is not included in the price but greatly appreciated.
WHAT LANGUAGES ARE AVAILABLE FOR THE TOURS?
Tours are conducted in English, although, some tour guides are bilingual. We can provide a fully bilingual tour guide for private groups.
DOES THE TOUR END AT THE SAME PLACE WE MEET?
All tours end a few blocks from the meeting point.
DO WE ONLY WALK AROUND AND SAMPLE FOOD?
No. Our tours also cover the history, architecture, art and local culture of St. Thomas.
Do you accommodate dietary restrictions?
We can accommodate vegetarians, vegans and non-alcoholic drinkers with advanced notice.
Our Tour Partners
A 'pate' is meat-filled pie, U.S. Virgin Islands style. This pate shop has no website or yelp reviews but they sell some of the best street food on island.
Bones Rum is proudly bottled on St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands, as well as the United States, using a centuries-old recipe, small batch distilling and oak barrel aging.
Every Caribbean island has its own drink and St. Thomas has laid claim to the Buskwacker. Made with at least 5 different rums, this creamy concoction has coconut and nutmeg on its list of ingredients.
E's Garden Teahouse
This secret eden is just up the street from Main Street and features a tearoom, an art gallery and a bar.
We stop for the most scrumptious coconut rum cake at My Brother’s Workshop Bakery, located in Bakery Square. This non-profit provides mentoring, paid job training and placement to at-risk and high-risk young people in the USVI.
This Fodor’s Choice reviewed restaurant is a must-go while visiting St. Thomas. Glady’s takes on authentic local dishes have kept her in the #1 favorite spot for tourists and locals alike.