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Tips in the Virgin Islands

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Published in Rosie s Tips on Jun 6th, in Argentina and Latam


The US Virgin Islands are more than 50 islands with crystal clear waters. The main ones are three:

-St Thomas: The most cosmopolitan. Tax-free shops, international cuisine restaurants, museums, golf courses and water sports on an island that combines colonial history, modernity and a Caribbean atmosphere. Here is the capital Charlotte Amalie, the port bay, the International Airport and the most important hotel, gastronomic and commercial development in the area.
-St John: Much of it is within the Virgin Islands National Park. Spectacular beaches and an ideal setting for outdoor sports. Also here is Trunk Bay, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
-St Croix: Famous for its natural and cultural abundance. It ranges from 18th and 19th century mansions in Christiansted to a tropical rainforest in Frederiksted. St Croix is ​​recognized as one of the top dive sites in the world.

More data:
-If you travel from Latin America, the most direct air route is via Miami.
-For those looking for a different experience, &Beyond Yacht Charters offers a stay in private manned yachts with personalized all-inclusive service. Whether it’s a trip with friends, as a couple or as a family, they put it together according to your preferences. Would you like to visit paradisiacal beaches enjoying gourmet cuisine? Diving or yoga in movie landscapes? Stay and sail on a pet friendly yacht with activities for the whole family? With &Beyond Yacht Charters it is possible. More info at https://andbeyondyachtcharters.com/
· The climate is ideal almost all year round, but its high season is from December to May.
· In St Thomas is the house of Camille Pisarro.
· As it is a US territory, it is necessary to have a VISA to enter.
· Columbus discovered the islands on his 2nd trip to America and baptized them in 1493 as “Santa Úrsula and the Eleven Thousand Virgins” in honor of the legend. Over time they were abbreviated as “Virgin Islands”.

More info: https://www.visitusvi.com/

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