February is considered to be during the prime season if visiting St. Thomas then. It’s certainly usually about the coldest time in New Hampshire, so visiting that time of year presents an extreme contrast in weather.
October, on the other hand, is during what is considered the hurricane season in the St. Thomas area. However, it is typically even hotter than in February. In October, it’s starting to cool down considerably in New Hampshire, so a trip then to St. Thomas is a great way to extend the summer. Charles and Susan did not find the higher heat to be uncomfortable. Hurricanes during October that damaged the United States east coast did no damage at St. Thomas.
Besides the beauty of this island, the people there are great. They are very welcoming and friendly. It is a great place to visit and recommended for everyone’s bucket list.
One of many of both Charles Oropallo and Susan Oropallo’s favorite activities when visiting St. Thomas is snorkeling. Whether it was February or October, snorkeling is an incredible adventure almost anywhere in the St. Thomas area.
Another favorite activity while at St. Thomas is just hanging out on the beach getting sun and relaxing. Charles and Susan come back tanned or even burnt whatever time of year they visit the island. In the evenings – or even during the day for that matter – there is also the hot tub and swimming pool at Margaritaville where they stayed.