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Discover the best destinations in the US Virgin Islands and British Virgin Islands. Find out what makes them so special!

Some of our most popular locations are discussed in detail below:

  • St. Thomas

  • St. John

  • Jost Van Dyke

  • Virgin Gorda

  • Norman Island

  • Cooper Island

St Thomas

St. Thomas has more than 40 pristine white sand beaches with turquoise waters.  A mountainous island St. Thomas combines the natural beauty of the islands with an energetic, cosmopolitan vibe. Charlotte Amalie, the capital of the United States Virgin Islands, is the most visited port in the Caribbean and has one of the most beautiful harbors in the world. 

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St John

St John is a beautiful lush, untouched island that is home to the U.S. National Park which comprises two-thirds of the island.  There you will find numerous white sand beaches, old ruins and windmills from the plantation era. St. John offers some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean, including Trunk Bay and Hawksnest Bay.

Jost Van Dyke

One of the British Virgin Islands smallest islands, Jost Van Dyke (named for a Dutch privateer) still has a lot of charm and history. Walk along the sand streets of the town of Great Harbour, home of Foxy's and Corsairs. If beachcombing and bar hopping is on your mind, White Bay is the place with its beautiful white sand beach and Soggy Dollar Bar, home of the original painkiller. 


Virgin Gorda

Named by Christopher Columbus because he found its shape reminiscent of a reclining woman.  The island is regarded as one of the BVI’s most beautiful islands. Home to the Baths, visitors to Virgin Gorda will discover vegetation-lined walking trails, several nature sanctuaries, and amazing views.

Norman Island

Said to be the inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson’s famous novel “Treasure Island,” Norman Island has a well-documented history of being a hang out spot for pirates. Today, It’s a renowned area for divers, snorkelers and boaters. Home of Pirate's Bight Restaurant, and the Willy T, a floating bar and grub spot. 


Cooper Island

Cooper Island is one of the BVI's little gems. It has a protected anchorage, a white sand beach, a resort and restaurant, a superb snorkeling location. The Island continues to change but still maintains a unique charm. With the care and love the island has received during its interesting history it looks set to remain an enchanting port of call for many years to come.

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