With a whole island to explore, a car rental on St Croix is an absolute essential. To compare the vehicles and prices of all available St Croix car rentals, you only need to make one quick visit to Airport Rentals.
Enter your arrival and departure dates into the search function to let the site track down all vehicles from Avis, Budget and Hertz. With the options on one screen, you can easily compare each one and decide whether you’ll need a roomy sedan, a rugged SUV or simply a cheap economy car to zip around the island.
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Take a relaxing break on beautiful St Croix island
Despite being relatively small, the Virgin Islands have a substantial history. St Croix has in fact been colonised by Spain, Great Britain, the Netherlands, France, the Knights of Malta, Denmark and of course the United States. Be sure to check out some of this multicultural past and its influence on the region in-between lounging on the perfect beaches.
Buck Island stands out as a favourite beach, for its soft sand, clear warm waters and idyllic snorkelling spots. A snorkelling tour is highly recommended so that a guide can take you directly to the areas most abundant in a mosaic of bright sealife including coral, crustaceans and angel fish. Book your boat trip to the island ahead of time as there are only so many spaces! If you can’t make it to the island, take your pick of the exceptional shores at Rainbow Beach, Cane Bay, Isaac Bay or Sandy Point.
Delve into the history of St Croix with a tour of the St George Village Botanical Garden, where you’ll find more than 1500 native and exotic species of plant dotted around the ruins of an old sugar cane plantation, which itself was partially built on a 2000-year-old Amerindian settlement. Carry on to Fort Christiansvaern, the best preserved of five remaining Danish forts in the region. The fort was built to withstand slave revolts, hurricanes and pirates and today makes for a fascinating stroll through the past.
St Croix Airport
The airport on St Croix has an official name of Henry E. Rohlsen Airport (HERA), named for a local pilot who fought in World War II and was part of the drive for racial equality in America.
St Croix is a small island, so the drive from the airport to your accommodation won’t take much more than 30 minutes, no matter where you’re staying.
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