Whether by car or taxi, it’s easy for guests at Secret Harbour Beach Resort to explore the scenic beauty and vibrant markets of St. Thomas. Guests looking for an island-hopping adventure can take advantage of the nearby ferries that run between St. Thomas, St. John and the British Virgin Islands.
If you plan to visit the British Virgin Islands, please make sure you have your passport with you. Our knowledgeable concierge team is also available to help with your transportation arrangements, including itinerary suggestions as well as the latest ferry schedules. Please note that Secret Harbour has motor and sailing charter excursions that leave right from our beach, so you can leave the property without leaving the property. We’ve got you covered by land and water.
On arrival at the airport, guests can easily get a taxi to Secret Harbour. Taxi fees are regulated. Cost from the airport to Secret Harbour is $18 for one person or $12 per person for 2 or more people. There is an additional $2 fee per each piece of luggage.
On arrival at the airport, guests can easily get a taxi to Secret Harbour. Taxi fees are regulated. Please see general fees noted below:
Secret Harbour Beach Resort is happy to offer taxi assistance, and our friendly front desk staff can provide you with information pertaining to taxi availability and costs. We look forward to serving you.Prices are subject to change
Major car rental agencies are located at Cyril E. King Airport. In addition, there are several local car rental agencies within close range of the resort. Just remember, driving in the Virgin Islands is on the left. A valid U.S. or international driver's licenses can be used while visiting the Islands for up to 90 days.
There are taxi drivers that run 'dollar rides' in safari buses on St. Thomas. A safari is a truck that has been outfitted with bench seating in the back. It is open air but covered. Not all safari buses are 'dollar rides', some are regular taxis. The 'dollar rides' do not have signs identifying them as such; however, they generally run the same route as the public bus and pull in or close to bus stops. If in doubt, ask the driver before boarding. Also ask where they are heading to make sure they are going the route you want to go. Safaris can be a fun and inexpensive way to get around – on island time.