U.S. Virgin Islands

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The US Virgin Islands are geographically a part of the Virgin Islands archipelago and are located in the Lesser Antilles of the Caribbean. The US Virgin Islands are made up of a group of Islands, islets and cays. The Islands are a US overseas territory and are known for its beautiful beaches, green hills and reefs. The Island of St. Thomas is home to the capital, Charlotte Amalie. St. John to the east of the Islands is mostly dominated by the Virgin Islands National Park.

Why You Should Go

You can enjoy the unspoilt beauty of a St. Croix plantation or a St. Jhon beach at any time of the year; but the ideal time to visit the US Virgin Islands is in springtime, especially in April when the when the boisterous Carnival Season gets underway in St. Jhon. 
The US Virgin Islands are the “Caribbean Paradise” of America — the place where they go to see Moko Jumbies dance at a Carnival, hear patois of a Creole idiom or enjoy the smell of the spices in a sailfish plate. You can choose to visit either St. John, St. Croix or St. Thomas, or opt to spend a little time at each of the Islands if you like. That way you will get to enjoy plenty of pampering, unbothered nature and Caribbean colonial history packed into one vacation. Each of the diverse Islands offers something different, St. Thomas is known for its hilly horizons and luxury; St. Jhon appeals to beach bums and yacht lovers while St. Croix with its rum distilleries and sugar plantations gives you a taste of both the past and present of the Virgin Islands.

Getting There

There are non-stop and connecting flights from the US Mainlands to St. Croix and St. Thomas. Most of the flights are linked via San Juan in Puerto Rico. The two major airports are; the Cyril E. King Airport on St. Thomas and the Henry E. Rohlsen Airport on St. Croix. 



    Although English is a Jamaican’s first language, visitors always seem incredibly eager to communicate with us in Patois; much to our entertainment.