St. John is home to the Virgin Islands National Park which covers 75% of this serene Island. It is most famous for Trunk Bay, rated one of the top 10 beaches in the world. However, the white sand and crystal blue water doesn't stop there. You can snorkle with turtles off Maho Beach, play a game of Volley Ball at Cinnamon Bay, or relax with a book at peaceful Francis Bay. A visit to any of the 30 beaches located on St. John will leave you in awe.
St. Croix is the largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands with a culture of its own. A kayak in the bioluminescent bay is an experience of Mother Nature's magic. On the reef of Buck Island National Park, you will find the best snorkeling in the Caribbean. The 44 mile journey from St. Thomas is for those looking to experience a true sailing adventure.
St. Thomas is where most vacations begin and it's definitely worth exploring. With one mile of white sand and flat turquoise water, Magens Bay will be sure to impress. At Coki Beach you can experience the local flavor. The sounds of Reggae dominate the beach while the scent of local cuisine from the many food stalls waft through the air. Christmas Cove is home to many rays and turtles. Its calm waters make it the perfect spot for paddle boarding and snorkeling.
Looking for some adventure? Snorkeling in the Caves of Norman Island is where you will find it. The legends of lost pirate gold found within enhance the excitement. If diving is more your speed, the Infamous Indians will provide a unforgettable experience.
Hiking through the Baths of Virgin Gorda is something you won't soon forget. This is the only place in the world you can climb amoung the granite boulders surround by white sandy beaches. The North Sound of Virgin Gorda is a playground for Yachts and as soon as you see it you'll know why.
Beach bars and Painkillers make White Bay the place to party in the BVI. Stop by the famous Soggy Dollar Bar for a drink before relaxing under a palm tree. No Shirt, No Shoes, No problem.