US Virgin Islands
There are three main islands to visit in the US Virgin Islands; St. Thomas, St. Croix, and St. John. There is also the small, and historically fascinating Water Island.
St. Thomas is the most popular cruise port in the Caribbean. St. Thomas is home of Charlotte Amalie. Charlotte Amalie is the capital of the US Virgin Islands. Charlotte Amalie is both the principle cruise terminal as well as the location island’s airport.
St. Croix is the largest of the US Virgin Islands at 82 square miles in area. St. Croix consists of two distinct towns: Christiansted and Frederiksted. The architectural quality and historic interest of the one-time Danish West Indies capital has made part of Christiansted (founded in 1734) a National Historic Site.
St. John is mainly a US National Park. St. John offers incredible vantages of nature in the Caribbean. Spend day after day on beach after beach, each with its own panoramic view. Try camping under the stars. Let a friendly mongoose lead you along a woodland trail. Many of the trails end on a plateau high in the sky, offering panoramic views of white beaches, emerald cays, and turquoise waters.
Water Island is the smallest of the US Virgin Islands at fewer than 1.3 square miles. Water Island is only a short 10-minute ferry ride from St. Thomas. If you’re looking for something more than shopping, you will find it on Water Island. To help get around Water Island golf carts can be rented right off the ferry.
If looking for a tropical wedding location but do not want to worry about passports – this is the perfect place! Imagine being wed on the beach at Magens Bay, one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean.
No passports are required for US Citizens.