"Rock City, Love City, Twin City"

With a special place in our heart, the U.S. Virgin Islands offers a real cultural exchange.  St. Thomas is known for shopping and clubbing, St. John for its national parks, and St. Croix has extensive history and rum distilleries.  Grab a banana daquiri with Cruzan Rum and enjoy what the U.S. Virgin Islands has to offer!


Charlotte Amalie is the capital of the largest island, St. Thomas.  From high-end stores to duty-free shops, shopping is a must!  Next, take the skyride tram to Paradise Point, followed by dancing the night away at Crown Bay.


Water Island is just south of St. Thomas and hosts the beautiful Honeymoon Beach.  Visit plantation ruins and Fort Segarra, an underground fort built by the U.S. Army during World War II.


Known to have a heart-shaped beach, Magens Bay was voted one of the world’s most beautiful beaches.  Grab your swimsuit and flip flops and soak up some sun!


On the west coast of Great St. James Island, “Christmas Cove” got its name after Christopher Columbus anchored his boat here on Christmas Day during a storm.  With the immaculate crystal-clear waters, this is an incredible snorkeling area for water lovers!


Two-thirds of St. John is national park, making this unspoiled island a favorite for nature enthusiasts.  Coral Bay is a thriving small town with wild donkeys who were imported in the 1600’s to work on sugar cane plantations.  The donkeys were freed after slavery and still inhabit the island to this day!


Waterlemon Cay/Leinster Bay reign supreme as the #1 snorkeling spot in St. John.  You are likely to see gigantic turtles, tropical fish, and vibrant coral reefs.  And if you want a little more adventure, hike Leinster Bay Trail.