The Virgin Islands are renowned for their gorgeous beaches and amazing scenery and also for being a cheap Caribbean holiday destination. On these idyllic islands you can truly relax and soak up the sun. The main island is Tortola whose best beaches are located on the North coast. You can take in the magnificent view from the top of the islands hill’s or ride up to the top of Mount Sage where the panorama of the surrounding islands are just as breathtaking.
Where to stay
Lodging alternatives include world-class hotels and resorts, charming bed & breakfasts, cozy inns, stylish villas and peaceful campsites. Whether you’re looking to explore the culture and history of St. Croix, kick back on St. John, or discover the cosmopolitan island of St. Thomas, the perfect U.S. Virgin Islands hotels await you.
What to do
There is plenty to do in The Virgin Islands but most of it is to do with the beautiful Caribbean sea. See tons of marine life without ever getting wet. See and learn about the beauty and magic of Caribbean marine life in a stunning setting. View life on a coral reef from their unique underwater observatory. Visit the shark pool where you can pet a shark or hand feed a stingray.
Best Night Life in The Virgin Islands
If you’re a serious party animal, you’ll want to avoid St. John and most places in the British Virgin Islands, and concentrate on St. Thomas and St. Croix. Below are the latest hot spots: Turtle Rock Bar, Morgan’s Mango and The Buccaneer
As might be expected, the dry season from November until April sees much lower rainfall than the wet season. However, as these are tropical islands showers are still quite frequent. They are generally heavy but brief leaving plenty of sunshine. There is a brief spike in rainfall in May but otherwise rainfall is moderate. This is the best time of year to visit the islands as it is slightly cooler, around 28C which is made to feel cooler by lower humidity, sunnier and drier.