The Department of Tourism looks forward to welcoming you to the U.S. Virgin Islands! Our recovery from last year’s storms has been very strong. Power has been restored, beaches and attractions have reopened, restaurants are serving up extraordinary dishes, and the USVI spirit is as warm and inviting as ever. Airlines and cruise lines have returned to our shores, and many hotels, bed and breakfasts and condominiums are available to overnight visitors even as our rebuilding work continues. The USVI yachting industry is unrivaled, and we have wonderful villas to accommodate groups large and small. More hotels will open near the end of 2018, and we are confident we will have an even better tourism product. Please contact your airline, accommodations provider and/or travel advisor for specific updates before you travel. The best way to continue help the Territory is to visit us! Also, please visit usviupdate.com for more details. #USVIStillNice
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Message from the Commissioner:
American Airlines can now be booked on Orbitz, while Delta Air Lines flights are no longer available on CheapOAir.com, OneTravel.com and BookIt.com.
The following online and offline tour operators continue to offer great packaged air and land vacations to the U.S. Virgin Islands featuring American Airlines and/or Delta Air Lines.
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Offline Tour Operators
As we continue to monitor developments in the airline industry that affect travelers to the Territory, we will keep you informed of the latest updates.
Travelers who have questions about where they can book a packaged vacation featuring American Airlines and/or Delta Air Lines, should call 800-372-8784 or email their questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
United States Virgin Islands Department of Tourism
When traveling to the U.S. Virgin Islands, U.S. citizens enjoy all the conveniences of domestic travel – including on-line check-in – making travel to the U.S. Virgin Islands easier than ever. As a United States Territory, travel to the U.S. Virgin Islands does not require a passport for U.S. citizens arriving from Puerto Rico or the U.S. mainland. Entry requirements for non-U.S. citizens are the same as for entering the United States from any foreign destination. Upon departure, a passport is required for all but U.S. citizens.
The U.S. Virgin Islands has daily, nonstop flights from New York, Newark, Baltimore, Atlanta, Miami, Philadelphia, Boston, Charlotte, Detroit, Chicago and Fort Lauderdale. Connecting flights are available to and from Los Angeles, Dallas, New York, Miami and Atlanta via the San Juan hub.
In addition, there's connecting service from Canada, Europe, South America and the Far East. Commuter service between San Juan and St. Croix and St. Thomas is also available. Commuter airlines can transport you between islands in as little as 17 minutes. The seaplane is an exciting way to travel between St. Thomas and St. Croix.
From the US
Direct Flights From: New York, Boston, Miami, San Juan
Direct Flights From: Atlanta
Direct Flights From: Boston Connecting Service Through San Juan to St. Thomas
Direct Flights From: Ft. Lauderdale
Direct Flights From: Chicago, Dulles, Newark
Direct Flights From: Charlotte, Philadelphia
From the Caribbean
From the US
From the Caribbean