This Caribbean park preserves 2,000 years of indigenous culture on the island of Saint Croix, as well as the history of European forces attempting to colonize the area’s native tribes.

Members of Christopher Columbus’ crew once set foot on the park’s undeveloped beachfront. This beautiful area features natural wonders like mangrove forests, coral reefs and a rare bioluminescent bay. Several outfitters offer guided tours to explore the waters and their glowing marine life.

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