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Virgin Islands Places of Interest

Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas

Amazing shops and historic buildings all in one area, Charlotte Amalie provides a rewarding experience. Visit Fort Christian (1666-1874), the Legislature Building (1874), Emancipation Park, Grand Hotel (1840), Lutheran Church (1793), Hotel 1829, and 99 steps (mid 1700s).

Coral World Ocean Park, St. Thomas Coral World Ocean Park, St. Thomas

Stay dry while inside the undersea observatory, see tiny seahorses, lobsters, scorpion fish and more in the marine gardens, swim with the playful sea lions, and even feed the stingrays all at Coral World on the northeast shore of St. Thomas.

Cruzan Rum Distillery, St. Croix Cruzan Rum Distillery, St. Croix

Enjoy a drink while learning about Cruzan Rum, a local Caribbean Liquor. At the Cruzan Rum Distillery you can take a tour of the rum-making process, followed by some delicious samples including dark, light and flavored rums at the tasting bar.

Estate Little Princess, St. Croix Estate Little Princess, St. Croix

This 24 acre plantation features great houses, water-well towers, and sugar mills from the 19th and 19th century. Owned by The Nature Conservancy, this plantation has stunning views overlooking Christiansted harbor from its walking trails which wind through native plants.

Magens Bay Beach, St. Thomas Magens Bay Beach, St. Thomas

One of the world's 10 most beautiful beaches, Magens Bay Beach spans between two mountains and is home to powdery white sand with turquoise waters perfect for snorkeling and swimming. Every convenience including showers and restaurants can be found here.

The Whim Plantation Museum, St. Croix The Whim Plantation Museum, St. Croix

The oldest sugar plantation museum in the Virgin Islands dating back to the 18th century sits on 12 acres of land. Featuring fully restored windmill and sugar factory ruins, a stately greathouse, grounds with tropical flora, and sugar cane growing in a nearby plantation.

Trunk Bay, St. John Trunk Bay, St. John

One of the most famous beaches in the Caribbean, Trunk Bay on St. John has the most modern and convenient facilities, in addition to being home to the finest powdery white sand, turquoise crystal-clear water, and underwater snorkeling trail.

Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Virgin Islands National Park, St. John

Hills, valleys and beaches lay within the parks 7,000 plus acres, which covers approximately 60% of the islands of St. John, plus a few isolated sites on St. Thomas. Famous for scuba diving, snorkeling and hiking, approximately 700,000 people visit each year.

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