US Virgin Islands

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US Virgin Islands Overview

A chain of over 50 islands that fly the U.S. flag is yours to discover. St. Thomas, St. Croix and St. John welcome the most visitors to their shores. On these islands, the dollar is the official currency, English is the official language and driving is on the right. An infinite number of pristine bays, coves, inlets and beaches can be made your own even if downtown is crowded. History, natural beauty and plenty of culture are on display, and the duty-free shopping is world famous. Whatever you consider to be fun in the sun can be found one one of the three sister islands that are connected by local plane and ferry service.

  • ST. JOHN
    Smallest of the trio, St. John is the most tranquil. Nature lovers love it. Two thirds of the island is a national park. You may have heard of some of its famous beaches, such as Cinnamon Bay, Maho Bay or Trunk Bay, which are all noted for their pristine beauty.

Tips and Advice

FAST FACTS

  • AREA CODE: 340
  • AIRPORT CODES: St. Thomas: STT St. Croix: STX
 

HELPFUL HONEYMOON HINTS

  • Take the same safety precautions that you would take in any of the world’s big cities: travel with small amounts of cash; lock valuables in your room or hotel safe; lock your door and be aware of your surroundings.
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