Getting to St. Croix is easy and the good news … no passport is required for US citizens visiting the US Virgin Islands and there’s no need for lengthy layovers!
Several major airlines fly directly from the US mainland to the Henry E. Rohlsen Airport, a small international airport on the island of St. Croix. Alternatively, fly into St. Thomas and arrive in style for your St. Croix vacation on a seaplane.
St. Croix Island is only 28 miles long and 7 miles wide and there’s local transport to get you around the island. Once you arrive in St. Croix it’s easy to get around without a car unless you want to head off the beaten path. There are car rental kiosks at the airport, taxis are readily available to arrange ahead, or you can flag down a local taxi van on the street to get you where you’re going. St. Croix has a public bus system with multiple stops to take you around the island or book an island tour on an open-air safari bus for a unique St. Croix experience.
If island hopping the US Virgin Islands is on your itinerary, there are daily flights, seaplanes, and ferries from St. Croix to the other Caribbean Islands.
American Airlines: (800) 433-7300
American Airlines offers direct flights from Miami to St. Croix.
Delta Airlines: (800) 221-1212
Delta Airlines offers direct flights from Atlanta, GA.
Bohlke International Airways: (800) 653-9177
Bohlke International Airways offer private charter flights from Miami, FL and San Juan, Puerto Rico to St. Croix Island.
Spirit Airlines: (855) 728-3555
Spirit Airlines have introduced flight services from Fort Lauderdale to St. Croix.
Silver Airlines: (888) 359-8687
Silver Airlines has a seaplane service between St. Thomas and Christiansted.
Cape Air: (800) 227-3247
Cape Air offers flights between San Juan, Vieques Island, St. Thomas and St. Croix.
QE4 Ferry: (340) 473-1322
QE4 Ferry provides ferry service please call for details.
Virgin Island Transit: (340) 773-1664
The Virgin Islands Public Transit System (VITRAN) offers a daily fixed route bus service between Frederiksted and Christiansted.