Book a Guided Food Tour in St. Thomas!
WHO ARE WE?
We are the first cultural food tour company on St. Thomas. We take our visitors on historical tours of our beautiful little island with a delicious twist. Visitors get to experience local food and history with one of our experienced tour guides.
Our staff is comprised of folks who have led tours on St. Thomas for 20 plus years. Our goal is to introduce our visitors to what makes St. Thomas’ history and food so unique.
WHY JOIN US?
- Small, intimate group experience
- Original food tour on St. Thomas I Established in 2016
- 5-star reviewed on Trip Advisor
- Support your local business:
The only locally owned and operated food tour company on St. Thomas
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OTHER REASONS TO JOIN ST THOMAS FOOD TOURS
We hand pick some of the best food by some of the tastiest restaurants on island and hidden gems you won’t find on Trip Advisor.
St. Thomas is over 300 years old and most of its architecture has been preserved or re-built to its original glory.
We are locals…and history buffs… and foodies! We know almost everything about our little island and love sharing it with our guests.
Our amazing tour guides love what they do and are trained to show you the best our island has to offer.
Here’s what our guests are saying about our tours
With friends in from Boston again, I looked for a low impact attraction that had a bit of history and the chance to give them a taste of local foods.
We met the tour guide at the oldest structure in St. Thomas, Fort Christian (1671), and learned its fascinating history. Then we spied some famous buildings on the hillside above town, notably Blackbeards Castle and the lookout tower used by Bluebeard. We passed the Lutheran Church, with its welcoming staircase and stopped in at a tea shop for a cold bush tea and a quiche made with salt fish.
With more interesting history and FAQs answered and we stopped in at Gladys', perhaps the local food landmark of the island. The Callallo soup was the best. Hearing stories from Gladys was great too. More good conversation as we walked to our next food delight. Everyone thought the gaspacho was the big winner there. We left the quaint alleys (some of which I knew nothing about) and wound up on the waterfront with a cold Bushwacker, the islands most famous adult beverage. All that in a pleasant 2.5 hours. Different, fun, delicious and fairly priced.