The U.S. Virgin Islands offers unique
character, diverse culture, and breathtaking Caribbean
views. With many direct, non-stop flights from major U.S.
cities and no passport required for U.S. Citizens, a
memorable and hassle-free vacation in paradise is just a
quick plane trip away.
Once there, experience all of the
islandsí best offerings thanks to comfortable accommodations
and easy and affordable travel between St. Croix, St. John
and St. Thomas via ferry and seaplane.
St. Croix is the largest of the United
States Virgin Islands Ė 28 miles long and seven miles at its
widest point. The island lies entirely in the Caribbean Sea,
with all the beauty and warmth of a tropical destination.
However, it is this islandís distinct history and cultural
heritage that set it apart from other Caribbean islands. St.
Croix is rich in diverse history that remains alive in the
architecture, national parks, historic landmarks, botanical
attractions, food, music and traditions that are an integral
part of island life. Explore the natural beauty and unique
flora of St. Croix at the St. George Village Botanical
Gardens. Continue exploring from atop a horse, while an
experienced guide shows the whole family the scenic shores
and lush country side of St. Croix. Relax and enjoy the
islandís culture and breathtaking views while listening to
the sounds of the free monthly concert series, Sunset Jazz
St. John, the smallest of the three U.S.
Virgin Islands, retains a tranquil, unspoiled beauty
uncommon in the Caribbean or anywhere else in the world. The
islandís natural forests and stunning beaches attract
nature-loving travelers. Reconnect with the outdoors on St.
John in 7,000-acres of Virgin Islands National Park, with a
hike along trails dotted with ancient rock carvings made by
Taino Indians. View demonstrations of cultural traditions,
including basket weaving, music, and dance at the Annaberg
Sugar Mill Plantation ruins. Save time to experience St.
Johnís turquoise waters with a catamaran sail day trip and a
visit to Trunk Bay, ranked one of the worldís most beautiful
St. Thomas combines the natural beauty of
the islands with an energetic, cosmopolitan atmosphere.
Charlotte Amalie, the capital of the U.S. Virgin Islands, is
the most visited port in the Caribbean and boasts one of the
most beautiful harbors in the world. The cityís reputation
as the shopping Mecca of the Caribbean attracts visitors
from around the world who are drawn to its elegant dining,
exciting nightlife and international, duty-free shopping.
SNUBA, a cross between snorkeling and scuba diving, is
another way to experience the underwater sea life on St.
Thomas. St. Thomasí close proximity to the other U.S. Virgin
Islands makes island-hopping fun and easy.