U.S. Virgin Islands

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The U.S. Virgin Islands constitute an unincorporated organized territory of the United States of America between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, east of Puerto Rico. It was formerly known as the Danish West Indies. Together with the British Virgin Islands, to the northeast, the territory forms the Virgin Islands archipelago. The islands' natural resources are sun, sand, sea, and surf.

Population: 104,737 people
Area: 1,910 km2
Highest point: 474 m
Coastline: 188 km
Life expectancy: 79.61 years
GDP per capita: $14,500
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About U.S. Virgin Islands


During the 17th century, the archipelago was divided into two territorial units, one English and the other Danish. Sugarcane, produced by slave labor, drove the islands' economy during the 18th and early 19th centuries. In 1917, the US purchased the Danish portion, which had been in economic decline since the abolition of slavery in 1848.


Tropical, tempered by easterly trade winds, relatively low humidity, little seasonal temperature variation; rainy season May to November. Has experienced several hurricanes in recent years as well as frequent and severe droughts and floods.


Take a tour by jeep and boat around the island or sit on the white sandy beaches. Explore the island and stop at the beaches and spend all day snorkeling. Take a guided kayak tour or snorkeling tour in Coral Bay Miles of hiking trails criss-cross the entire island. Maps are available from the U.S. Park Service office in Cruz Bay. Ranger guided hikes can also be scheduled for a small fee at the same office. Visit the Annaberg Sugar Plantations and try some local Johnny cake Travel to Coral Bay and visit other popular beaches such as Salt Pond. Visit some of the smaller bays like Denis Bay and Little Cinnamon. They can be a treck compared to trunk but are well worth it when you have a tropical beach to yourself. Visit the beach at Trunk Bay, rated one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Great place to Snorkel. The beach facilities include food, drink and showers.


  • Rumrunners, 44A Queen Cross Street (on the boardwalk in Christiansted in Hotel Caravelle),  +1 340 773-6585. Waterfront location..watch the seaplanes take off and land, see Captain Carl Holley bring in the catch of the day, and enjoy a perfect blend of local and American flavors. Open for breakfast, lunch & dinner 7 days a week, and Sunday brunch with live steel pan music!

St. Croix is home to a celebrated week-long culinary festival held each April called the St. Croix Food & Wine Experience which includes wine seminars, dinners with celebrity chefs (Kevin Rathbun, Rocco DiSpirito, Robbin Haas, Gerry Klaskala, Richard Reddington are just a few who joined the fun)and the main event, A Taste of St. Croix, showcases foods from more than 50 of the islands restaurants.

For a listing of restaurants on the island see www.GoToStCroix.com. Great local food can be found at Harvey's(stew goat), Singh's (roti) and Norma at the Domino Club in the rain forest always has something cooking.

For fine dining, try Tutto Bene, Bacchus, Savant and The Galleon. Rumrunners, located on the waterfront at Hotel Caravelle is perfect for casual, fun dining. They do a great blend of local and traditional American dishes and flavors.

If you want to catch what you eat, go fishing with Carl Holley. His boat, Mokojumbie, ties up ont he docks near Rumrunners. he, in fact, supplies many restaurants with fresh fish daily.


  • On Saint John dollar drinks are available across the street from the National park office, next to the ice cream shop.
  • On St. Thomas, There are several drinking establishments in Red Hook, on the East End, including: Caribbean Saloon, Duffy's Love Shack, Fat Boy's, Molly Malone's, Island Time Pizza, and XO Bistro.
  • On St. Croix, Cruzan Rum is made at a distillery that you can tour. Be sure to do the tour and participate in the tasting after! Cruzan Rum is available just about everywhere, but there are certain flavors (i.e. Clipper) that are not sold in the USA, so take a bottle back with you. In the seaside town of Christiansted is the Brew Pub which makes several good beers. And, when at local places or events, always ask if there is a local drink. Be wary of the home recipes (i.e. Mama Wanna) - they are STRONG!
  • Unlike the US Mainland, the drinking age in the Virgin Islands is 18.


St. Croix is rich with artists. Christiansted is home to many galleries including WATCH YOUR STEP owned by artist Diane Given Hayes, D&D STUDIO featuring works by Ted Davis and other notable artists, ISLAND BOY DESIGNS owned by jewelry designer Whealan Massciott (Kenny Chesney is a fan), the MARIA HENLE GALLERY and many more. A stroll around town will reveal these and many more treasures.

  • D&D Studio Fine Art Gallery, 55 Company Street, Christiansted, St. Croix - U.S. Virgin Islands 00820,  +1 340 719 1201. D&D Studio sells stunning, eye-catching works from the Caribbean's finest photographers and is the only gallery in the West Indies devoted entirely to the art of photography.

When in historic downtown Christiansted, you're invited to stop in the Studio and owners Ted Davis and Sam Dike will show you delightful new exhibits in a sophisticated gallery setting.

Much of the artwork seen on the D&D Studio web site can be purchased over telephone or through e-mail. Purchased artwork will be shipped insured and very well packaged to any point on the globe. Give us a call or drop us a line and we'll help you place your order.

The islands are duty-free and have all sorts of shops, with special emphasis on rums, tanzanite, and diamond and gold jewelry. See same subject under St Thomas for discussion.

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Cities in U.S. Virgin Islands

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Christiansted is a town on the island of Saint Croix in the Virgin Islands. Christiansted was the capital of the Danish West Indies from 1755 to 1871 and is a charming town with distinctive Danish architecture.

Interesting places:

  • Christiansted National Historic Site
  • Fort Christiansvaern
  • Protestant Cay
  • Old Danish Customs House
  • Scale House
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St. Thomas is in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Interesting places:

  • 99 Steps
  • Haagensen House
  • Fort Christian
  • Havensight Mall
  • Blackbeard\'s Castle
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Saint John is the smallest, but many say the prettiest of the U.S. Virgin Islands because of its world-class beaches. Two-thirds of Saint John is Virgin Islands National Park.

Interesting places:

  • Mongoose Junction
  • Trunk Bay
  • Cinnamon Bay
  • Caneel Bay
  • Salomon Beach
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Frederiksted is a town on the island of Saint Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Interesting places:

  • Fort Frederik
  • Frederiksted Pier
  • St Paul\'s Episcopal Anglican Church
  • Carambola Golf Club
  • St. Patrick\'s Catholic Church
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Saint Croix is the largest island of the U.S. Virgin Islands (82 square miles), and a territory of the United States of America. This island of rolling hills, rainforest, and picturesque towns is the home of approximately 60,000 people.

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99 Steps - St. Thomas

Christiansted National Historic Site - Christiansted

Fort Frederik - Frederiksted

Mongoose Junction - St. John

Buck Island Turtle Cove - Buck Island

Haagensen House - St. Thomas

Fort Christian - St. Thomas

Havensight Mall - St. Thomas

Blackbeard\'s Castle - St. Thomas

Frederick Lutheran Church - St. Thomas

Emancipation Garden - St. Thomas

Seven Arches Museum - St. Thomas

Yacht Haven Grande Marina - St. Thomas

Virgin Islands Legislature Building - St. Thomas

Beracha Veshalom Vegimulth Hasidim Synagogue - St. Thomas

St. Thomas Synagogue - St. Thomas

Magens Bay - St. Thomas

Fort Christiansvaern - Christiansted

Sapphire Beach - St. Thomas

Trunk Bay - St. John

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