Voted best tourist attraction & eco-tourism in the V.I. Get up close and personal with the beauty and magic of Caribbean marine life in a stunning setting. View life on a coral reef from the unique Undersea Observatory while staying dry 15 feet below the surface. Get wet with Sea Trek, the ultimate helmet dive or Snuba Dive. During the various daily presentations, you can pet a shark, hand feed stingrays, encounter turtles, wild iguanas and have tropical birds eating right from your hands! Swim with our amazingly agile sea lions. Have an in-water encounter with sharks or turtles. Other exhibits include the Caribbean Reef Encounter, Sea Turtle Pool, and Marine Gardens. Enjoy Coral World’s unique gift shops and eateries. A Unique Setting For Your Special Event Only at Coral World can you find such an extraordinary setting for your special occasion! Weddings and vow renewals, family reunions, birthday parties, meetings and luncheons, conventions and corporate functions! Nowhere else on St. Thomas can you and your guests mingle with the splendor of the tropical marine life! Whether your special event is for 50 people or 350 people, Coral World has five magnificent venues to hold your event. Your guests will have exclusive use of the park and access to all of Coral World’s spectacular exhibits. Activities and Animal Encounters Get wet with Sea Trek the world’s premier underwater helmet diving experience. Imagine walking in zero gravity while surrounded by incredible aquatic life – that’s Sea Trek. Want a diver’s view of a coral reef, but not ready for scuba? Then try Snuba! Get up close and personal with a South American Sea Lion in our Sea Lion Encounter or Sea Lion Swim. Have an in-water encounter with sharks. Enter the world of these fascinating, magnificent, and misunderstood creatures through our educational Shark Encounter. Join two of our rescued Green Sea Turtles for an awesome experience in their home by the sea. Get closer than you ever could in the wild with our Turtle Encounter. Travel eight feet under water in air-conditioned comfort on the Nautilus Semi-sub yet never leave the surface while viewing the abundant sea life and coral reefs around Coki Point.