There are more than 60 dive sites scattered throughout the U.S. Virgin Islands. These dives range from novice to expert and can take you to beautiful coral reefs, mangroves, and the remains of several Navy barges sunk after WWII. See octopus, seahorses, frog fish and bat fish during a pier dive at night.
Hike through history along National Park trails, go off-roading in a jeep, ziplining, kayaking or horseback riding. Explore tide pools or go windsurfing. Charter a yacht or catamaran. Tour a rum distillery, a fort and an old plantation. Snorkel with sea turtles.
Like to mix vacationing with activism? Check out the voluntourism opportunities we offer across the islands.
Trade winds cool you, but it’s easy to burn in the Caribbean sun, use reef friendly sunscreen often.
“BEAUTY & THE BEAST”
Beauty and the Beast is the nickname given to the famed St. Croix Triathlon
Hydration is important whenever you are spending a lot of time in the sun. Drink plenty of water.