A to Z to Plan a
U.S. Virgin Islands Vacation
The Virgin Islands, located in the heart of the Caribbean and offer some of the most pristine beaches, spectacular water sports, and a culture that sets them apart from any other travel destination. It is hardly surprising that the Virgin Islands have become a popular destination for tourists seeking an unforgettable experience. Explore the islands on your own by embarking on a land or water excursion.
Our knowledgeable Island Guides are listed below to help you tailor your vacation to your own interests and goals. After a day of enjoying the islands, we'll help you find the perfect place to sleep, whether you want to stay in a luxurious villa or a small island hotel or resort.
Explore the U.S. Virgin Islands
St. Thomas, USVI
St. Thomas, also known as Rock City, is home to the capital city of the US Virgin Islands, Charlotte Amalie. This bustling city has been at the heart of St. Thomas' activities from colonial times to the present day.
St. John, USVI
Many visitors to St. John, affectionately known as Love City, report becoming enamored with the island. Some even mention that, while still on vacation, they are already planning their return trip.
St. Croix, USVI
St. Croix, also known as Twin City, was once the sugar-producing king of the Caribbean islands. Today, visitors will notice dozens of sugar mill ruins scattered across the island, with around 150 still standing as a testament to its rich history.
Water Island, USVI
Water Island is the smallest of the four USVI islands, at just 491.5 acres. It is also the youngest, having been transferred to the VI local government in December 1996.
Find Unforgettable Experiences & Adventures
Bask in the warm Caribbean sun, dig your toes into powdered white sand, and be amazed by the crystal-clear turquoise waters. The Virgin Islands have a beach paradise for every traveler, whether they enjoy swimming at world-famous Magens Bay on St. Thomas or exploring the untouched beauty of Honeymoon Beach in the Virgin Islands National Park on St. John.
Experience water sports such as snorkeling, scuba diving, deep sea fishing, and sailing, as well as land-based adventures such as hiking and zip-lining through lush tropical forests, to unleash your adventurous spirit. The Virgin Islands certainly offer something for everyone, making them the ideal vacation spot for both thrill-seekers and relaxation-seekers.
What Makes the U.S. Virgin Islands Special
Virgin Islands Carnival
Virgin Islands Culture
Virgin Islands History
Plants, Animals, Weather & Geography
- The Virgin Islands boast a diverse ecosystem with unique flora and fauna. As you explore, be on the lookout for intriguing inhabitants like iguanas and mongooses. St. John's Virgin Islands National Park offers verdant forests, historic ruins, unspoiled beaches, and vibrant coral reefs.Read More
AROUND THE ISLANDS
Our blog “Around the Islands” will give you a close-up and personal view of our home the U.S. Virgin Islands.