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Things to do in U.S. Virgin Islands

No matter which island you visit, there are plenty of things to do in the U.S. Virgin Islands. On St. Thomas, check out the stunning beaches such as Coki Beach or Coral World Ocean Park. If you’re adventurous, try out wind surfing or sea kayaking. There are air tours, bicycling, boating, and water excursions all available.

To visit St. John, travelers can easily access the island via boat or ferry, just four miles from Charlotte Amalie. The Virgin Islands National Park is a great natural feature to explore, as well as snorkeling on St. John’s coral reefs. St. Croix is the largest of the islands and the most exclusive. Head out for a round of golf on one of their award-winning courses. Charter a boat and sail around the island itself, or relax in the private luxury of your accommodations. Look below for more things to do on the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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  • Carson Company Antiques

    Stocked with an eclectic array of vintage books, antique jewelry, and other odds and ends from around the world, Carson Company's neatly cluttered ... More
  • Epernay

    The chic Frenchtown watering hole consistently draws crowds for its wines and aperitifs, served on a long wooden bar under flattering amber lightin... More
  • Estate St. Peter Greathouse & Botanical Gardens

    This immaculate 11-acre property, cloistered in the volcanic peaks above Magens Bay, is made all the lovelier by the surrounding botanical gardens ... More
  • Gallery Camille Pissarro

    Insiders know to climb three flights to find this space—the birthplace of Camille Pissarro—which claims several prints by the celebrated Impression... More
  • Great Bay Lounge

    Great Bay lounge is a casual island-inspired retreat that features a variety of cultural creations from around the world. Sit at the sushi ... More
  • Haagensen House

    A restored 19th century Danish banker's house—with wrought-iron balconies and rows of shuttered windows—is filled with West Indian antiques and pai... More
  • Honeymoon Beach

    The beach can only be reached by hiking from Caneel Bay or Cruz Bay, so it’s rarely crowded. More
  • Hotel 1829

    Take in harbor views while sipping an afternoon rum punch on the palm tree-shaded terrace bar. The quiet, coral-hued landmark is a welcome escape f... More
  • Journeys Spa

    Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort's Journeys Spa on the East End, is known for its hydrotherapy treatments. Try the signature Healing Waters, a soak in mand... More
  • Lotus, St. Thomas

    Black-leather seating, lime-green walls, and a DJ-mixed soundtrack lend this fashionable nightclub a cosmopolitan vibe. Global details (backlit lot... More
  • Reichhold Center for the Arts

    Watch world-renowned acts—from reggae bands to ballet troupes—take the stage in the evening at this partially covered amphitheater, affiliated with... More
  • St. Thomas Skyride

    Every seven minutes, gondolas inch their way 700 feet up Flag Hill. The summit station, Paradise Point, sells kitschy tourist fare, such as stuffed... More
  • St. Thomas Synagogue

    Take a five-minute stroll along the Crystal Gade to the St. Thomas Synagogue, a peaceful refuge with sand-covered floors and whitewashed walls.  Th... More
  • The Belgian Chocolate Factory

    The name is a bit grandiose for this tiny new shop with divine Belgian chocolates. The treats, lined up in a glass case, are made by hand in a clos... More
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