St. Croix is the perfect place to visit during the summer months! While temperatures in the continental U.S. skyrocket, St. Croix enjoys clear skies, tropical breezes, and calm waters. Not to mention that Mango Hill Greathouse has low season summer rates (and special offer down below! If you do decide to join us this summer, there
Savant, St Croix, US Virgin Islands. While St Croix has become one of the hottest culinary destinations in the hemisphere, no USVI eatery better exemplifies the art of fine dining than Savant, the Christiansted-area institution with an ever-changing menu and a broad mixology offering. (As featured on Caribbean Journal. To read the full article for
Daydreaming of crystal-clear water, warm white sand, and sunshine? You’re in luck! The gorgeous island of St. Croix is only a short flight away! St. Croix is the largest of the three US Virgin Islands, so there’s certainly no shortage of activities. Whether you’re looking to relax on the beach or if you prefer to
When you stay at Mango Hill Greathouse on St. Croix, you’re guaranteed to bring home postcard-worthy photos and memories. But beyond relaxing under the Caribbean sun, have you considered other activities during your stay? Here are four of our favorite upcoming events that are sure to spice things up and immerse you in the local
We hope you will “Tek Time,” in true Crucian style, to enjoy this first Mango Hill Greathouse newsletter. A big thank you to all who expressed concern for St. Croix after Hurricane Maria’s visit last September. The island has rebounded amazingly; and Mango Hill has been largely rebuilt and redecorated, with upgrades throughout the property:
Jump Up! The US Virgin Islands’ most popular carnival Dance to calypso and savor the delicious cuisine of St. Croix at Jump Up!, a colorful celebration of music and dance occurring four times per year, takes visitors and locals to the streets of Christiansted for extraordinary music, vibrant costumes, fantastic food, and traditional dancing. Streets
As featured in The New York Times, an article by Ann Mah. "Kallaloo, a mass of greens and okra, pork and crab, slow-simmered into a deep, darkly flavorful stew, is a dish usually best found at granny’s house... Or you could head to Balter, in St. Croix’s historic Christiansted..." Read more here.