Popular Islands Of The US Virgin

ST Croix

A haven for history enthusiasts, St. Croix bears witness to a rich tapestry of cultures, having raised the flags of Spain, The Netherlands, England, France, the Knights of Malta, and Denmark. Christiansted, on the island’s northern shore, once the capital of the Danish West Indies, charms with its 18th-century butter-colored buildings and quaint stone streets. To the west lies Frederiksted, with a fort defending against pirates and rivals.


Amidst the landscape, the remnants of sugar and cattle estates, now home to a botanical garden, tell tales of the past. Point Udall, at the island’s tip, boasts the easternmost point in the United States, marked by a sundial monument. St. Croix isn’t solely a historical gem; it beckons with stunning beaches, world-class recreation, fine dining, resorts, casinos, and golf courses. The island’s vibrant arts, crafts, music, festivals, and cultural events add a unique flair to the experience.

ST Thomas

St. Thomas, the Caribbean’s shopping hub, entices numerous visitors annually for its duty-free shopping. However, beyond the retail allure, it’s the easygoing lifestyle and warm smiles of our people that make this island a must-visit for culture enthusiasts. Indulge in local delights like fish and fungi, callaloo stew, rice and whelks, pates (savory handmade pies), and dumb bread at authentic eateries. 


Engage with friendly locals who eagerly share recommendations for the best dining, shopping, and exploration spots, offering a perspective only a St. Thomas native can provide. The island boasts historic treasures like Fort Christian, erected in 1680, and the Western Hemisphere’s second-oldest synagogue. It’s also the childhood home of Danish-French Impressionist painter Camille Pissarro. St. Thomas is renowned for scuba diving, golf courses, pristine beaches, and vibrant nightlife.

ST John

Explore St. John, a haven for nature enthusiasts, where snorkeling in crystal-clear turquoise waters and trekking steep hills offer unparalleled experiences. Renowned as one of the Caribbean’s top snorkeling destinations, encounter sea turtles and rays amid vibrant coral reefs just off the shore. 

On land, over three dozen hiking trails wind through the lush 5,500-acre National Park, preserving more than half the island’s expanse and hosting diverse flora and fauna. With dozens of pristine, crowd-free, white-sand beaches, St. John, the smallest of the three main U.S. Virgin Islands, boasts some of the Caribbean’s most untouched underwater and terrestrial habitats.

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