The U.S. Virgin Islands is located in the eastern Caribbean, just 1,100 miles southeast of Miami. Surrounded by the clear blue waters of the Caribbean.
Each of the three major islands,
St. Croix, St.John and St. Thomas has a unique character all its own. The U.S. Virgin Islands is a paradise with so much more to offer than the traditional beach vacation. Visitors wishing to immerse themselves in a profound cultural experience can enjoy historical tours, culinary encounters, artisan fairs, parades and more. Experience a cosmopolitan culture with a tropical twist.
*St. Croix– The largest of the three islands, 82 square miles, is known for its cultural diversity, lies entirely within the Caribbean Sea. Pastel buildings and charming shops characterize the historic towns of Christiansted and Frederiksted, while the local restaurants punctuate the islands culinary landscape.
*St. John- The smallest of the three islands, only 20 square miles, is known for its world-renowned beaches including Trunk Bay, Cinnamon Bay and Maho Bay. Two-thirds of St. John is a protected US national park with hilly green land and an underwater reserve.
*St. Thomas- Measuring just 32 square miles, is the most cosmopolitan of the US Virgin Islands, with sophisticated dining and tempting duty-free shopping. Charlotte Amalie is a bustling harbor town full of fine restaurants and quaint shops whil picturesques Magens Bay is ideal for a relaxing afternoon retreat.
*Buck Island- Located off the shores of St. Croix, is one of only two underwater national monuments in the U.S. and the only one occurring naturally. Snorkelers can encounter coral reefs with a dramatic array of colors, encompassed with tropical fish and experience through the monuments 700 acres of protected national park.
*Charlotte Amalie- located on St. Thomas, is the capital and largest city in the US Virgin Islands, founded in 1666, located on the southern shore , the city is known for its Danish colonial architecture and historical importance, with a long history of pirates and is the second oldest synagogue in the Western Hemisphere.
*Water Island- Take a ferry from St. Thomas Crown Bay Marina and escape to the secluded tranquility of Water Island, often referred as the “4th virgin” Water a peaceful, quiet retreat, ideal for a quick getaway. The island has a population of less than 200 people!
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