Getting tourist board information right before and even during your vacation in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, can really help you benefit from the most up-to-date details about the region you are visiting. Perhaps there is a festival occurring that is new on the calendar that a tourist board can help you with.

The U.S. Virgin Islands has a great online tourist board provided by the U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism that covers St. Croix among the other islands.  You can visit this site and download travel brochures about St. Croix and check on their running promotions.


There are three other websites devoted to St Croix tourist information, StCroixTourism, GoToStCroix and VisitStCroix.

Checking with your own government or the host country's embassy is always a good idea before traveling to make sure you meet all of the entry-requirements. The U.S. government provides a list of requirements online. Basically Americans and Canadians must prove their citizenship, the best way is by passport, though a passport is not required for U.S. citizen's, another form of photo ID, like a drivers license, will be sufficient.  All other countries, the same entry-requirements to the U.S. applies to the Virgin Islands.

They also have a Consular Information sheet with tips and political climate conditions for the Caribbean and the world.