Archive for June 2016

Your Perfect Summer Escape

Now that the kids are out of school, you want (and pretty soon are going to need) a fun vacation with your family, but you don’t want to spend too much money. You want a new experience, but you don’t want the hassle of traveling abroad. Since you don’t need a passport to travel to the US Virgin Island, their Department of Tourism is offering a fantastic summer deal!  If you have vacation time from June to October, enjoy an Island Escape with your family. Offer Details Stay 3 nights in certain hotels in St. Croix, St. John, or St….

Picture Yourself Fishing in the US Virgin Islands

A day out fishing is not a day wasted! There are plenty of fishing areas at your disposal when you visit the Virgin Islands. However, you have to make some decisions beforehand: Do you want to fish inshore or offshore. The difference lies mainly in the difficulty of the game you will be around. Offshore There are a multitude of areas you can visit for offshore fishing at the US Virgin Islands. If you are planning to visit in the Summer months, STT North & South Drop as well as, STX 100 Fathom Drop off hold a vast amount of…

Bar Hopping Through Bustling St. Thomas

St. Thomas is a secluded slice of Caribbean paradise with a rich colonial history. Established in the 1600s as a bustling port for traders in the sugarcane industry and pirates alike, today the island is a thriving commercial port and popular stopover for luxury cruise ships visiting the US Virgin Islands. The island is divided into three distinct parts: The lively port and downtown area of Charlotte Amalie, the East End with resorts and quiet beaches and the North Coast and Magens Bay, one of the world’s most beautiful beaches. This 31-square mile (83-sq-km) island is a secluded home to…