Our Islands

St. Croix

St. Croix is the largest of the United States Virgin Islands – 28 miles long and seven miles at its widest point. Its rolling topography is gentler, flatter than most islands in Caribbean. Here you will find wide extremes in location motifs from parched to lush rainforest with dramatic drives and topography.

St. Thomas

St. Thomas combines natural beauty with an energetic, cosmopolitan atmosphere. Charlotte Amalie, the capital of the USVI is the premier port of the Caribbean and boasts one of the most dramatic harbors in the world. Locations run a full gamut of looks. The city is a bustling shopping mecca set in quaint former Danish warehouses and Creole style buildings.

St. John

St. John, the smallest of the three main United States Virgin Islands, is home to the renown Virgin Islands National Park, a unit of the US National Park Service, which comprises two-thirds of the island and its marine belt. St. John is known for its steep hills, panoramic backdrops, tranquil, unspoiled beauty and integral role in the history of the VI.