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US Virgin Islands Travel Wiki

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Travel to US Virgin Islands

The US Virgin Islands are an insular territory of the United States, but not an official state. Travel to the islands is under the same requirements as traveling to any other US destination. These islands are known for beautiful white sand beaches, incredible coral reefs, and trekking opportunities.

The Virgin Islands consist of many islands available for its visitors to stay. The three main islands are Saint Croix, Saint John, and Saint Thomas. Most of the accommodations are located on these three islands. The most popular are the cities of Frederiksted on Saint Croix, Christiansted on Saint John, and Charlotte Amalie on Saint Thomas. These cities are great for families and friends who look for fun in the beaches and the cities. Water Island is perfect for romantic couples with its ‘honeymoon beaches’ and tranquil tropical nature.

If you want the premier beach experience that the USVI offers, then make your way to Trunk Bay. You’ll find one of the best underwater snorkeling trails in the world there, supported by a well-developed beach. The history of the Caribbean is one that features piracy, which is an exploration opportunity to be embraced when visiting these islands as well. A visit to Blackbeard’s Castle, for example, can provide you with a wonderful view of the harbor. Guided tours of the facilities are also available.

A stay in the US Virgin Islands is incomplete without visiting Coral World Ocean Park. You’ll find aquariums and other ocean-based attractions there to enjoy before you head out to the numerous beaches on a warm afternoon.

Nightlife options are just as varied as the beaches in the US Virgin Islands. Live music, art and wine festivals, and theater are all available throughout the year with the carefree attitude that the Caribbean is known for having. Deep sea fishing, sailing, kayaking, and other water activities are readily available. Staying at a USVI resort may allow you to book activities at the same time as your stay. Let us know what interests you and we’ll work to put together a fantastic package for the perfect holiday.

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Charlotte Amalie, capital of US Virgin Islands

Charlotte Amalie Travel Wiki Travel to Charlotte Amalie Located on St. Thomas, Charlotte Amalie is your gateway to explore the US Virgin Islands. Founded in 1666, the town has been given several different names over the years, but it has kept its own distinctive personality. You’ll find numerous beaches, resorts, and viewpoints to enjoy while in the city. Hundreds of yachts and ferries pass through every day. Charlotte Amalie is known for its beautiful Danish colonial architecture. It also hosts some of...

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St John, nicknamed “Love City

St. John may be the smallest of the US Virgin Islands, but it offers big opportunities for those who are willing to go explore. Nicknamed “Love City,” more than half of the island is protected as Virgin Islands National Park. It is one of the best scuba diving and snorkeling experiences available in the Caribbean and has numerous kilometers of hiking trails that take you through a tropical rainforest. An outdoor picnic area, modern amenities, and a dock are available in...

US Virgin Islands Holidays

US Virgin Islands Public Holidays See the calendars for national US Virgin Islands holidays year by year. Find and just click on the year you for which you need more information about US Virgin Islands holidays, and the calendar for the year will open. When is the non working days for the year. Public / national days, see the calendar for the country here.

Why you should visit Charlotte Amalie

Why Visit Charlotte Amalie ? As capital of the U.S. Virgin Islands, Charlotte Amalie has long been one of the Caribbean’s most vibrant cities. Charlotte Amalie boasts all the gourmet dining, world-class resorts, lively entertainment and other luxurious amenities that much larger cities have to offer. However, Charlotte Amalie maintains a relaxed, uniquely Caribbean atmosphere amongst the hustle and bustle. Despite the fact that there is so much to explore in Charlotte Amalie, the capital city can easily be explored on...

Official holidays

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January 1New Year's Day
January 6Three Kings Day
VariableMartin Luther King, Jr. DayThird Monday in January
VariablePresident's DayThird Monday in February
March 31Transfer Day
VariableHoly Thursday
VariableGood Friday
VariableEaster Monday
Last Monday in MayMemorial DayLast Monday in May
July 3Emancipation Day
July 4Independence Day
VariableHurricane Supplication DayFourth Monday in July
VariableLabor DayFirst Monday in September
VariableVirgin Islands-Puerto Rico Friendship Day/Columbus DaySecond Monday in October
October 25Hurricane Thanksgiving
October 31Halloween
November 1Liberty DayAlso known as "D. Hamilton Jackson Day" or "Bull and Bread Day." A day to honor David Hamilton Jackson (1884–1946), a Virgin Islands labor rights leader from St. Croix.[4]
November 11Veterans Day
VariableThanksgiving DayFourth Thursday in November
.December 25Christmas Day
December 25Boxing Day
December 31New Year's Eve
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