The Caribbean

White Sand Beaches, Secluded Coves, Duty Free Shopping, Restaurants & Bars

U.S Virgin Islands

Explore “America’s Paradise”, beautiful mountainous islands with shimmering bays, chalk white beaches, and a near perfect climate year round. Hang out and play on one of our world-renowned beaches, Trunk Bay on St. John or Magens Bay on St. Thomas, and take advantage of some of the finest duty-free shopping in the world. Adventure awaits!

British Virgin Islands

Discovering the beauty of BVI is all about uncovering the unique character of each island in this unspoiled volcanic archipelago. From the culture and history of BVI’s four largest islands to the pristine natural splendor of more than 50 smaller isles, every place you drop anchor offers its own special magic.

St. Thomas

St. Thomas is the most cosmopolitan U.S. Virgin Island, yet still retains the distinctive atmosphere of a Caribbean paradise. From sightseeing and shopping to swimming, snorkeling, diving, and zip-lining, there is much to enjoy on St. Thomas. If you are interested in culture and history, visit the 1680-built Fort Christian on the Charlotte Amalie waterfront and the second-oldest synagogue in the Western Hemisphere. Or, simply find your favorite sandy spot on Magen’s Bay or Sapphire Beach and relax.


St. John

The picturesque beauty of St. John is second to none and its exquisite beaches are ranked within the top ten in the world. Just under twenty square miles in total area, St. John is the smallest of the three islands that make up the U.S. Virgin Islands. Approximately sixty percent of the island is protected by the Virgin Islands’ National Park. If you’re up for adventure or spectacular views, St. John has a number of great hiking trails for all levels of fitness with beautiful vistas from all.


St. Croix

Boasting miles of rolling hills and unspoiled beaches, St. Croix is the largest and most remote Virgin Island. With breathtaking views, sparsely populated beaches, and exceptional cuisine, St. Croix offers visitors a distinctive experience. Buck Island and Sandy Point Beach are capstones of St. Croix, both nationally protected for their unspoiled natural beauty and importance to wildlife. Travelers piqued by history will enjoy exploring the childhood home of Alexander Hamilton.


Virgin Gorda

Geological wonders abound in this true island paradise. As you wander through “The Baths,” you’ll experience centuries-old, sandy-floored volcanic rock formations, juxtaposed against the edges of clear, turquoise Caribbean waters. This destination is not to be missed.


Jost van Dyke

Consistently voted one of world’s top ten BVI beaches, White’s Bay Beach features a long stretch of white sand buffered by one of the greatest snorkeling reefs in the Caribbean. Jost Van Dyke is dotted with a number of award-winning beach bars. The “Soggy Dollar,” was named by sailors, who once swam here and used water-logged bills from their pockets to pay for their drinks. The Soggy Dollar is world-renowned for its famous ‘Pain Killer’ cocktail.



This truly beautiful island and extremely popular destination never disappoints. Its beach club resort features a solar powered brewery, restaurant, rum bar, coffee shop, and gift shop, making it the perfect stop to enjoy lunch, cocktails, or treat yourself or family to a few island mementos.


The Indians

These uninhabited tiny archipelagos of islets were so named because, from a distance, they were thought to resemble a Native American headdress. The cerulean waters surrounding The Indians contain an abundance of marine life making this an extremely popular snorkeling site. Don’t miss this great opportunity to dip into the water before heading to Norman Island for lunch.


The Caves

Norman Island is a well-known destination for the three Caves made famous in Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic, “Treasure Island.” These caves are ideal for snorkeling, and, if one ventures deeply enough into the cliffs, the darkness makes your adventure feel like a night dive. A short hike to the top of Norman Island affords you the most amazing views of the bay and neighboring islands below.


Willy T

Accessible only by boat, you will not want to miss The William Thornton, aka the “Willy T,” the legendary floating bar and restaurant situated in The Bight on Norman Island. All those who reach this iconic barge are met with strong rum, food, and fun every day of the year. Although it is customary for many guests to jump off its top deck into the waters below, you can also choose to walk the plank both coming or going.


Marina Cay

There are few places in the world like Marina Cay. This eight-acre island is covered in native flowers and ringed by a soft, white sand beach. Marina Cay is nestled in a sheltered emerald green lagoon, whose shallow waters are always calm and lukewarm. This is the perfect spot to drop anchor and enjoy a relaxing day on the beach and long, leisurely lunch.


Salt Island

The harvesting of Salt Island’s natural salts from its huge salt lake harkens back to the days of Queen Victoria in 1867. Once a year, around the Queen’s birthday, island residents would gather salt from the large lake. As was the custom of the day, each resident sent one pound of salt back to Britain’s reigning monarch as annual rent. Salt Island is the perfect location for beach-combing and exploring.



A completely-flat, fifteen square mile island with an eighteen mile horse shoe reef, Anegada offers amazing snorkeling spots just offshore from its pristine beaches covered in pink-fragmented sand. The island is home to a flock of native Flamingos, more than two hundred strong, and Conch Shell mounds that are hundreds of years old. Once you’ve finished snorkeling, sunning, and exploring, enjoy the freshest lobster available from an array of beach restaurants and bars.


St. Barths

One of the most exclusive and sought-after destinations in the Caribbean, St. Barthélemy (or St. Barths), is a small, five-star destination that intentionally limits visitors by air and sea. The island offers impressive high-end shopping and customized experiences, along with beautiful beaches. Expansive resort pools, beach bungalows, and incredible cuisine create an ideal escape in the tropics of St. Barths.


St. Maarten

Known as the culinary gem of the Caribbean, St. Maarten immerses guests in both French and Dutch cultures on this multinational island. From famous Orient Beach bustling with people and water sports, to old-world Grand Case for gourmet restaurants, the island offers a multitude of options for visitors. Every March, sailboats flock to St. Maarten for the Heineken Regatta.

Sample Itinerary

Sample Itinerary

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