United States Virgin Islands


St. Thomas

Although it’s only 32 square miles in size, St. Thomas has a million miles worth of things to do: shopping, sailing, snorkeling, sightseeing, diving, dining and much more. 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. Iif you’re interested in culture and history, don’t miss 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.

St. John

St. John is the smallest of the three U.S. Virgin Islands, but its sheer unspoiled beauty is conceivably the greatest in the Caribbean. Here you’ll reconnect 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. Nowadays, visitors can explore St. John’s rich culture and history throughout the island, from the well-preserved rock carvings along Reef Bay Trail to the restored ruins of Annaberg Plantation. When you feel like heading back to civilization, Cruz Bay offers colorful shops, lively bars and fantastic restaurants.