How To Spend A Day In Black-Owned Saint Croix, Virgin Islands
St. Croix, also known as the “Big Island” is the largest of the four
U.S. Virgin Islands.
The 84 square mile island is home to more than 53,000 residents, where more than 75 percent of the population identifies as Black.
Here’s how to support Black-owned businesses in Saint Croix during your next trip.
In one afternoon, visitors can experience the heart and soul of St. Croix – its food – while strolling the cobble-stoned streets of downtown Christiansted.
TAKE A Virgin Islands Food Tour
Designer Whealan Massicott creates and expresses the diversity of the Caribbean islands’ history, culture, and spirit of the people through his jewelry.
Go Shopping For Custom Jewelry
At IB Designs
The locally-owned store is a multifunctional lifestyle brand and caters to men, women, and kids.
Go Shopping At Laced Legacy
Tan Tan Tours provides individual and group island jeep tours highlighting the true beauty of St. Croix.
Explore The City With Tan Tan Tours
Cultured Naturals Body Care is a company that produces vegan and toxin-free face, body, hair, and home scent products.
Take Care of You Skin and Hair With
Cultured Naturals Body Care
This restaurant is a favorite among locals and tourists alike, and is where you experience the best of Saint Croix cuisine.
End Your Day With A Taste of Saint Croix
at Cast Iron Pot
Ready to look for adventure in
Black St. Croix?