I am sorry, but I don't speak or read Spanish!! I would love to answer your question if you ask in English. Our property is open, we are still on generator power, and hope to be back on the grid with WAPA this week ( fingers crossed). We have wifi thru out the campground, which is new...use to only have it in the common areas...however, we do not have TV in the campground...and won't until after the Christmas holidays, I believe. We have an appointment with a tech from Dish Network on Dec 13, but she said this could be cancelled! Also when the tech comes, I doubt that he will bring receivers...which is likely to take a lot more time to get and then installed. Just the honest truth...and life is beautiful.
Thank you for contacting us regarding the Virgin Islands Campground.
We do have availability for your travel dates. Always be sure to check out our web site prior to booking because there could be some specials out there for your travel dates. And, please, ALWAYS book directly thru us. To keep our prices low, we need to capture direct bookings. It is very expensive for us if you book thru a second party, like Expedia.
The total rate for 7nights, 1 or 2 adults for the suite is $1113 and the total rate for a cottage is $875 Hotel tax is 12.5% and we charge a 6% resort fee. I can email pictures if you contact us directly thru our web site.
To hold the reservation for your dates , we will need a deposit of 50% . We accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover. You can book on line or you can call us with your credit card information at 340 776 5488.
Cancellation policy is as follows: Deposit is 50% of the cottage or suite rental. Cancel 40 days prior to your arrival and a $100 bank service/handling fee is retained, but no other penalty is charged. The balance of your deposit is returned. Cancel within 39 days or less of your arrival and all of the deposit is retained. All guests are required to respect our guests and our property.
Please let us know if you have additional questions. We would love to have you stay with us. I will send you some articles and reviews. Be sure to read the first link: trip advisor. Written by previous guests, they tell us this is the most helpful to describe our little slice of paradise!
Thank you for the interest.
Virgin Islands Campground
340 776 5488
I believe this would be a good choice for you.
We have camped all over southern Africa and youth hosteled in Europe so we are also comfortable with some roughing it. This hardly qualifies as roughing it unless you are really a Hilton recluse type (go to the resort hotel and not leave).
We are in our 60s but never rented a golf cart on this island. Walking is easy. The ability to cook our own food to save is a big plus and this is well set up. There are two places very very close to the ferry to Water Island. One is upscale and very expensive but only 50 yards from the ferry. (This is Gourmet Gallery, Trip Advisor did not like grocery stores but it is reviewed on Yelp.) The other is perhaps 1/3 mile away, a Pueblo. Not as nice an experience but it had most things. You might go to Pueblo and then finish at Gourmet Gallery. Check how far the walk is. All groceries are expensive in St. Thomas.
Back to Water Island: I am sure other reviews tell you what a superb place it is. Honeymoon Beach has some snorkeling and resident turtles who are used to people and tend to move away, not liking much attention. There are other locations you can walk to without too much trouble to swim or snorkel and locals are extraordinarily helpful. Have a super trip.