Enter HERE for a chance to win a trip for two to the U.S. Virgin islands, one lucky winner will receive:
Package includes round trip economy airfare for two, hotel accommodations for five nights, $250 in shopping vouchers, a $250 voucher to be put towards island activities and a $250 dining gift certificate.
A trip to the U.S. Virgin islands is hassle-free. There’s no passport required for U.S. Citizens, the U.S. Dollar is used so need to exchange currencies. Additionally, daily flights are available with connections through Miami.
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Discover the unique personalities of the three U.S. Virgin Islands:
St. Croix is perfect for visitors who prefer a laidback Caribbean experience and to become immersed in the U.S. Virgin Islands’ distinct Danish heritage. Wander the streets of the historic Christiansted and Frederiksted to take in arts and craft boutiques, restaurants serving Danish/Caribbean infused cuisine as well as historic architecture that dates back hundreds of years. Activities are in abundance across the island. Horseback ride alongside 18th century sugar mills, take a swing on one of the island’s three scenic golf courses, dive the island’s renowned ‘wall’ or sail and snorkel the coral-filled waters that surround Buck Island.
Two-thirds of St. John is a national park. Its comfortable pace is perfect for enjoying the island’s world-renowned beaches including Cinnamon Bay and Trunk Bay. A nature lover’s favorite, St. John offers hiking, camping as well as specialty boutique shopping.
St. Thomas boasts one of the most beautiful harbors in the world and is the U.S. Virgin Islands buzzing urban center. As the most visited port in the Caribbean, downtown Charlotte Amalie offers elegant dining, exciting nightlife, duty free shopping and sailing adventures. The island also possesses sublime natural splendors with dreamy white sand beaches and a mountainous terrain that offers views over Caribbean azure waters from 1,500 feet above sea level.