The three main islands of the US Virgin Islands archipelago are St Thomas, St John and St Croix, and all three are their own unique paradise. A luxury vacation in St Thomas between yachts and Louis Vuitton. If you are a nature lover, St John is an island for you with over 7,000 acres of preserved land. If you cross the Atlantic and cross the Caribbean, you will reach St Croix, where you can step back in time and learn more about the history of the region. There are many us virgin islands all inclusive resorts where you can stay during your trip and rest and do all the activities you want in peace. Today we will take you to discover the best things to see in the US Virgin Islands!
Coral World Ocean Park
Start with a 45-minute guided tour where an aquarist will show and explain all the exhibits and introduce you to their diverse marine and wildlife life. Next, we recommend adding every other tour possible: Sea Trek, Sea Lion Swim, Sea Lion Encounter, Turtle Encounter, Shark Encounter, Semi Submarine and SNUBA.
The location of the US Virgin Islands allows access to the Atlantic Ocean to the north and the Caribbean Sea to the south. The water is calm, turquoise and the sand is soft and white. If you’re ready for surfing, check out Hull Bay Beach on the north side of St Thomas, where the Atlantic Ocean offers better waves, or Sapphire Beach on the quieter south coast. In St John, head to Cinnamon Bay or Caneel Bay if you’re more into water sports and if you’re looking for a more private day at the beach, visit Salt Pond Bay and spend a day with wild donkeys. Cane Bay Beach is a favorite on St. Croix.
Annaberg sugar plantation
The original inhabitants of the Virgin Islands were the Ciboney, the Arawaks and the Caribs, but then Christopher Columbus visited in 1493 and eventually these people were used as slaves to first clean up the foliage to build the sugar plantations and then to plant, harvest and work sugar cane. After the abolition of slavery, the 518 acres were divided into smaller farms. Annaberg is the remains of one of these sugar plantations in St John. You can visit the site where there are remains of the factory, the windmill and the slave cabins. The US National Park Service has put up signs to provide information on your self-guided tour.
Salt River Bay National Historical Park
Founded by the United States Congress in 1992 and also managed by the United States National Parks Service, Salt River Bay National Park and Ecological Preserve provides a safe environment for many endangered and endangered species and offers visitors the opportunity to learn about these and other marine animals. History buffs love to visit this national park as the site of Columbus’ landing in 1493.