The Virgin Islands are divided into two separate entities, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the British Virgin Islands. The U.S. Virgin islands offers a diverse collection of keen environmental preservation, timeworn plantations, and unspoiled ocean. The quiet island, St. Johns, is blanketed by a park which extends into the sea, creating a pristine island paradise. A water enthusiast’s tropical paradise, St. Thomas, provides countless places to dive, sail, fish, and relax on the beach. St. Croix is the largest island in the group and offers clear Caribbean water and scenic coastline. East of the U.S. Virgin Islands lie, the British Virgin Islands, the breathtaking sailing and yachting capitol of the Caribbean. Light trade winds coupled with tame currents pave the way for hundreds of small protected bays to anchor and explore. With over 40 islands, the islands welcome visitors with ridiculous amount of beach and sun. The largest island, Tortola, is the heart of the group and has the majority of the chain’s infrastructure and yet still offers isolated beaches and anchorages to enjoy. Tortola set the standard for a full-moon beach party and attendance should be on everyone’s bucket list. Jost Van Dyke has the world famous beach-bar named Foxy’s which is always entertaining.
The Virgin Islands create an unspoiled paradise and can't be compared to any other place in the world.