United States Virgin Islands:
Places to Go
Virgin Islands National Park:
This gigantic park of over 12, 000 acres of submerged land, and protected
forest, takes you to all points of the island. Twenty trails have been
created through the lush vegetation and plantation ruins and provide some
great spots that overlook the island.
Annaberg Sugar Plantation:
This is the remains and partial restoration of an old sugar plantation.
This is a testament of the life and time of the 1700's agricultural period.
Guided tours are arranged daily.
Paradise Point Tramway:
Take a tram up to 700 feet and be greeted with the most breathtaking view.
Make it a group affair and bring along some friends to enjoy this experience.
The tram is able to hold 10 passengers.
This US National Landmark is the oldest standing structure on the island. This
place has been used over the years as a church, a government center and a
Governor's home. The greatest use was that of protection from pirates.
Within the compound contains a magnificent combination of marine richness.
There are nature trails, a marine aquarium, and an 8,000 gallons coral reef
tank is available. It is scuba diving worth getting into the depths of the sea.
The variety of marine life is exceptionally displayed in this Marine Park
- Blackbeards Castle
- Government Hill
- Seven Arches Museum
Hawksnest Bay: A wonderful reef, this is a popular beach
for people using snorkels.
Trunk Bay: A beautiful beach of crystal water. This is
considered to be the most popular beach on the island.
Cinnamon Bay: This beach offers a great opportunity for
people using snorkels to get a taste of the rich marine life that exists on