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If you're spending some time in Frederiksted Southeast, Frederiksted Pier and St Paul's Episcopal Anglican Church are top sights worth seeing.
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If you're spending some time in Maho Bay Quarter, Virgin Islands National Park and Maho Beach are top sights worth seeing.
Though Green Cay Plantation might not have many top sights, you can venture to the surrounding area to see attractions like Bolongo Bay and Bluebeards Beach.
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While visiting Green Cay, you might make a stop by sights like Chenay Bay Beach and Tamarind Reef Beach.
If you're spending some time in Chenay Bay, Chenay Bay Beach and Tamarind Reef Beach are top sights worth seeing.
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U.S. Virgin Islands are a water lover’s dream. Packed to the brim with powdery beaches, pristine coral reefs and gorgeous ocean parks, there’s plenty of things to keep you busy here.
While there are no less than 2523 hotels to choose from here with prices starting at $189 per night, you’re likely to get more bang for your buck if you bundle your flights, hotels and other bookings like car rentals and experiences. Create a personalized U.S. Virgin Islands Vacation Package and enjoy the getaway of your dreams for less. Like the idea of a once-in-a-lifetime sailing and snorkeling tour at Turtle Cove? Just add it to your package.
Day 1-2: Fly into St. Thomas and begin exploring the capital, Charlotte Amalie. Climb the 99 Steps leading to Blackbeard’s Castle for a workout, history lesson and spectacular view all in one.
Day 3-4: Next, catch the ferry to St. John, where a whopping two-thirds of the island consists of the Virgin Islands National Park. Choose from over 20 trails and head out on a hike, marvel at the famous St. John petroglyph carvings in the Reef Bay Valley and learn about marine life in the underwater snorkeling trail at Trunk Bay.
Day 5-7: Finally, take a seaplane to St. Croix, the largest of the three islands. Rent a car and take in some of the island’s fascinating attractions as you cruise along the St. Croix Heritage Trail. Scuba diving fans won’t want to miss Cane Bay, one of the Caribbean’s top dive sites.
Take part in the glittering Carnival of St. Thomas. This non-stop party of dancing, calypso music, parades and pageantry is held from mid-April to the start of May.
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If you plan to spend time in Charlotte Amalie, the capital of the U.S. Virgin Islands, check out our St. Thomas Vacation Packages .