Your journey begins with a 45-minute boat ride to the island of St. John. In Cruz Bay, board an open-air safari bus for a scenic Island drive. St. John's rich history, lush tropical foliage, indigenous wildlife, white-sand beaches along with panoramic views of the British Virgin Islands are waiting for you to enjoy.
On your itinerary are the ruins of the Annaberg sugar mill, an 18th-century sugar plantation with an abundance of greenery and flowers bursting among the stone ruins, and Whistling Cay. You'll also visit such scenic overlooks as Trunk Bay (one of the most photographed beaches in the world) Hawksnest Bay, and Caneel Bay, overlooking the famous Rockefeller plantation.
Next, you'll drive by Bordeaux Mountain. At a 1,277 feet elevation, it's the highest summit in the Virgin Islands, providing one of the most extraordinary vista points. You'll cap off your tour with a return to Cruz Bay before your boat ride back to St. Thomas.