St. Thomas: Night Kayak in the Lagoon
- Kayak in protected waters of the Mangrove Lagoon Wildlife Sanctuary and Marine Preserve
- Learn about the pirates that plied the waters around the Virgin Islands
- Hear stories about folklore, ghosts, shipwrecks, and more
Paddle through the winding waterways through the mangrove trees and hear spooky pirate and ghost stories. Enjoy the starlit sky as you look for stingrays, tarpon, and other marine life in the dark waters below your kayak. And keep your eyes peeled for flocks of birds returning to nest in their roosts with the setting sun.
During several stops along the way your guide will take you back to the times when pirates, ghosts and jumbies (spirits of Caribbean folklore) roamed the islands. Your spine shivers as you hear the tales of some of the area's most famous pirates. From Blackbeard, Bluebeard, and Teach, prepare for a spooky experience when you kayak along the dark waters of the Mangrove Lagoon and hear tales of shipwrecks and the eerie legends that haunt the islands to this day—some of them are more than just a memory from the past. While passing the deserted and eerie Cas Cay, be sure not to pick up any spirit hitchhikers.
- Services of an expert local guide
- Use of all necessary kayak and safety equipment
- Gratuity for your guide
Prepare for the activity
Departs from the Virgin Islands EcoTours Mangrove Lagoon Marina at 5:30 pm in the winter and 6:30 pm in the summer. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your tour. Our main marina is located on the southeast side of Saint Thomas: Virgin Islands EcoTours 6526 Estate Nadir #2 Saint Thomas, V.I. 00802 Directions: From town: Take route 30 east until it intersects with route 32 (also the Bridge to Nowhere/Esso Station), turn right - southeast - and we are located on the right side of the road. We are the big green trailer with the mask and snorkel on the side. From Red Hook: Head southwest on route 32 towards town. We are located on the left side of the road. We are the big green trailer with the mask and snorkel on the side.Open in Google Maps ⟶