Why Not Go?

When traveling to the Virgin Islands, visitors have the option of going to St. Thomas, St. John, St. Croix, one of the smaller islands, or any combanation of them. In total their are over fifty islands, each with a distinct style all its own, allowing every type of vacationer the ability to find the perfect vacation spot for them. The US Virgin… more…

Best Time to Visit

The weather in the Virgin Islands, as in most places in the Caribbean,… more…

Areas within the USVI

Charlotte Amalie

Christiansted

Coral Bay

Cruz Bay

Frederiksted

Red Hook

St. Croix

St. John

St. Thomas

Water Island

Activities

If all you've done during your Virgin Islands vacation is soak up sun on the beach while sipping fruity drinks and letting the ocean lull you into a trance, your vacation was a success. For many travelers, however, this isn't enough. Luckily, there is much to do when you awaken from your beach coma.… more…

Diving

With dozens of large and small islands making up the U.S. Virgin Islands,… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

If hills don't bother you, the U.S. Virgin Islands can… more…

Fishing

When you're vacationing on an island surrounded by water,… more…

Accommodations

Travelers looking for the perfect place to stay have an unusually large range of options in the Virgin Islands. From fabulous campgrounds and eco-tourism sites to all-inclusive hotels and mega-resorts, properties run the gamut of styles and price tags. In the U.S. Virgin Islands, St. Croix, St. John, and St.… more…

Hotels

The Virgin Islands are an unusual set… more…

Eco Tourism

Camping and eco-tourism are extremely… more…

Villa Complexes

Rental accommodations can be one of the… more…

Snorkeling

The US Virgin Islands stands out in the snorkeling world. Each of the inhabited islands is well-known for its gorgeous underwater world, where nearly every beach is perfect for the sport. There are also several small islands and cays, off-shore reefs, and wreck sites thrown into the mix… more…

Sailing & Boating

Sailors looking to enter or even pass through the U.S. Virgin Islands… more…

Fishing

When you're vacationing on an island surrounded by water,… more…

Diving

With dozens of large and small islands making up the U.S.… more…

Weddings

Picture this: incredible beach side surroundings, unique cuisine, optimal weather conditions and a built-in honey moon. These are just a few of the many… more…

Cruises

The Virgin Islands are widely known for the gorgeous stretches of sea that surround them. People sail around these islands for the fishing, the sailing, and… more…

Packing

Seasoned travelers have a number of tricks up their sleeves when it comes to packing their luggage. As you head to the Virgin Islands, don't let packing be… more…

Beaches

As with many other things, the U.S. Virgins practically hold the monopoly on busy tourist spots. While some beachgoers appreciate plenty of activity, others are not so enamored of the crowds and prefer to escape to somewhere a little more secluded. While there are some quieter beaches in the U.S. Virgins, they're often far more difficult to reach than the crowded stops. The Virgin Islands are known for their incredible beaches, in fact, in 2011 St. John's more…

Restaurants

Restaurants in the Virgin Islands range… more…

Natural Attractions

One of the best things about visiting… more…

Attractions

The US Virgin Islands offer travelers… more…

Clothing

Despite liberal attitudes towards clothing in places like The Bahamas,… more…

Currency

The U.S. dollar (USD$) is the official currency of the Virgin Islands,… more…

Crime

Of the U.S. Virgin Islands, St. Thomas has the highest crime rate. Most… more…

Culture

Many influences have shaped the heritage… more…

Electricity

The electrical service on the Virgin… more…

Events & Festivals

The beauty of the U.S. Virgin Island's… more…

Transportation

The Virgin Islands are an incredible vacation just waiting to happen.… more…

Air Travel

With plenty of direct flights from North America and Europe, traveling… more…

Ferries

In the Virgin Islands, ferries are the most valuable resource for getting… more…

Rental Cars

On the larger Virgin Islands, renting… more…

Sailing & Boating

Sailors looking to enter or even pass… more…

Taxis

You will find plenty of cabs throughout… more…

Food

The Virgin Islands visitors can spend their days exploring natural island beauty as well as the sand and sun of the magnificent beaches. After a day out enjoying all that the islands have to offer, tasting locally created dishes is a perfect way to wrap up a Caribbean day. On St. Thomas, visitors… more…

Budgeting

A vacation in the Virgin Islands is a priceless experience. Wise travelers… more…

Tipping

Leaving a little extra after your meal or upon checking… more…

History

Some of the same themes run through the history of the… more…

Attractions

The US Virgin Islands offer travelers interesting vacation opportunities; while much of these American island have an urban feel, there is… more…

Landmarks

A tour of the important landmarks of the Virgin Islands offers vacationers… more…

Beaches

As with many other things, the U.S. Virgins practically hold the monopoly… more…

Natural Attractions

Weather

A day without sunshine in the Virgin Islands is so rare that even slight tropical showers are met with surprise by locals. Expect most showers to fall during the spring and summer; however, it has been known to rain in the winter, so don't be surprised if it starts to sprinkle! Most rainfall occurs in the form of mild sun showers, and the precipitation is usually over as soon as it starts. The British Virgin Islands experience a pleasant and moderate 40 inches of more…

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