Ever dreamed of being able to do almost everything and anything in one
vacation? The US Virgin Islands allow you to do everything from pitching a
tent in St. John national park to riding horses at sunrise then enjoying
drinks at a little cafe. These Volcanic Islands offer amazing beaches, the
best diving and snorkeling, and romantic yet exciting city life. A plus about
traveling to these islands is that Americans can relax and travel without
passports, foreign currency, and different languages.
The U.S. Virgin Islands have daily, non-stop flights from New York, Newark, Baltimore, Atlanta, and Miami. Connecting flights are availabe to and from Chicago, Los Angeles, Dallas, New York, Miami, and Atlanta via the San Juan hub. In addition, there's connecting service from Canada, Europe, South America, and the Far East. Commuter service between San Juan and St. Croix and St. Thomas is also available.
If you want your wedding to be a beautiful and unforgettable experience, why not get married in the U.S. Virgin Islands? Nothing could be more romantic than beginning your life together in one of the most gorgeous places on earth. The U.S. Virgin Islands is the premier upscale wedding destination in the Caribbean, and for good reason.
The U.S. Virgin Islands were formed almost 100 million years ago, when volcanic eruptions forced the undersea crust above the ocean's surface. Today, the U.S. Virgin Islands community is dedicated to protecting the beauty of the islands' natural environment, while allowing visitors to enjoy the territory's pristine wonder. Buck Island off of St. Croix is world famous for the beauty of its coral reefs and crystal-clear water. Two-thirds of St. John is protected by the National Park Service, and Cinnamon Bay, Maho Bay Camp, Harmony Resort, and the Concordia Eco-tents on the island offer alternative accommodations for environmentally conscious travelers. On St. Thomas, whales breed off of the north end of the island from January through April, and visitors flock to the beautiful, unspoiled Magens Bay.