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British Virgin Islands
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Everywhere you go in the British Virgin Islands, the true Caribbean awaits you. It is an ocean of great adventure, breathtaking scenery and crystal clear waters.
Whether you're throwing out your jib sail and crisscrossing the Sir Francis Drake Channel, descending the depths to explore a century-old shipwreck, hooking into a world-class marlin or simply soaking in the radiant sun and wide skies, the BVI will reveal its secrets to you one at a time.
From the white sand beaches and welcoming turquoise waters to the friendly, warm-hearted people throughout our 60 idyllic islands - the British Virgin Islands is one of the world's best-kept secrets.
U.S. Virgin Islands
Though it’s only 32 square miles in size, St. Thomas has a million miles worth of things to do. Go shopping and sailing, snorkeling and sightseeing, or diving and dining. Enjoy the island’s world-renowned golf course, picture-perfect beaches and spectacular nightlife. Take the Skyride 700 feet above the city or climb the famous 99 Steps of Charlotte Amalie for an incomparable view of the Caribbean. And if you’re interested in culture and history, don’t miss seeing the second-oldest synagogue in the Western Hemisphere, the 1680-built Fort Christian or the childhood home of Camille Pissarro, one of the best-known French Impressionists.
Rich in cultural diversity, St. Croix has a past filled with a fascinating history. Spain, Great Britain, the Netherlands, France, the Knights of Malta, Denmark and the United States all played a role in its past and brought their influence to the native Arawak and Carib peoples. The unique culture of St. Croix can be experienced through its arts, crafts, music and more during a variety of festivals and cultural events throughout the year. But these are only a few of the things you can enjoy on the island.
St. John is the smallest of the three U.S. Virgin Islands, but its sheer unspoiled beauty is conceivably the greatest found anywhere in the Caribbean. Here you’ll find yourself reconnecting with nature along pristine beaches, untouched forests and secluded coves. Settled in the early 1700s by Danish immigrants, St. John blossomed into a thriving cane-producing colony. Today you can explore St. John’s rich culture and history all over the island, from the well-preserved rock carvings along the Reef Bay Trail to the restored ruins of Annaberg Plantation. And when you feel like heading back to civilization, Cruz Bay offers colorful shops, lively bars and fantastic restaurants.