Discovery Undersea Reef Tours
One of St. John’s newest attractions is a 125-passenger glass bottom boat. Departing from Cruz Bay, St. John or Redhook, Discovery Undersea Reef Tours allows passengers to explore the underwater world in air-conditioned comfort from its bottom level through 20 picture windows. The middle and upper level house a bar, seating and captain’s deck where visitors can enjoy views of St. Thomas and St. John. Available for groups, weddings and special events. For more information go to www.globalmarinellc.weebly.com.
"Accessible Trails” in the Virgin Islands National Park
The accessible trails at Francis Bay and Cinnamon Bay are now completed. These trails allow visitors in wheelchairs, families with young children and strollers and other people who are less “sure of foot” to enjoy the natural beauty and exotic fauna of the VI National Park.
The Cinnamon Bay Trail opposite the entrance to the park is now wheelchair-accessible with a 610 foot ramp that winds thru the Factory Ruins. The wide path combines concrete walkways with raised wood boardwalks. It also uses toe rails and grooved handrails to ensure that visitors are safe and comfortable.
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I think I would like the glass bottom boat just so I could see more of what is around me under the waterr.
The accessible trails are fantastic! Of course I’m a bit biased 🙂 Great news about the trail at Francis Bay-we are planning to extend it another 700+ feet so that it goes all the way to the beach! We are still looking for some final funding, so if anyone is interested in helping make this happen, please contact me at Friends of VI National Park, 779-4940.
I’m usually not big into tourist type stuff but this does sound pretty cool. Count me in!
I know younger children that cannot be a one horned buttfish would really enjoy this alot~
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Wow.. looks so beautiful and the accessible trails make it possible. Thank you so much for that!! … to go where no wheelchair has gone before!! Cheers!