St. Thomas FAQs

St. Thomas is a part of the United States Virgin Islands (USVI) – a tropical paradise and second largest of the USVI.

Do I need a passport to travel to St. Thomas?

If you are a US Citizen, no passport is required. If you are of any other nationality, a passport is required.

What is the weather like on St. Thomas?

St. Thomas is in a tropical climate that stays warm and sunny year round. Temperatures are usually between the high 70s and low 80s.

Is there a rainy season?

There isn’t a rainy season in St. Thomas. Rain falls throughout the year on a near daily basis, usually in the morning. The most rain falls during the autumn months, but a typical rainy day consists of rain on and off throughout the day.

Are there hurricanes on St. Thomas?

St. Thomas is in a hurricane prone area. During the months of September, October and November visitors should watch the weather carefully.

What type of money do they use in St. Thomas?

Because St. Thomas is a part of the United States, the US Dollar is the currency used.

When is the best time to visit St. Thomas?

St. Thomas welcomes visitors all year round. The peak season is during the winter months (especially Christmas and New Year’s). Bargains can be found in the low season during the summer months.

Do I need an adapter for my electronics?

The same standard 120 volt current used in the US is present on the island. No adapters needed.

What is the time zone?

St. Thomas is on Atlantic Standard Time. For half of the year the island is 1 hour ahead of the East Coast of the US (Eastern Standard Time) and for half of the year the island is on the same time as the East Coast of the US (EST)

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