What an amazing,beautiful, relaxing island! The people are wonderful, the beaches perfect and it's surrounded by beautiful blue water. You will never find another place like Jost. Stop by Ivan's Stress Free Bar and sit and drink for a bit. You will be very happy you did. Down the way you'll find the Soggy Dollar. You have to have a ...
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- 1US Virgin Islands16 reviews
View from the top of the cable car at St Thomas
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Great little town... Home of Mongoose Junction, The Beach Bar, St John Brewers Tap Room Pub and several good local restaurants
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Unique and nice sweet town. I love the easy laid back style and the easiness of the towns on these islands. There a re quite a few nice eating places and very Caribbean shopping places.
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Caneel Bay is a beautiful beach on the quiet island of St. John. The bay is home to a resort, one of the few on the island, of the same name. There are a lot of water activities at the beach, and it is a good place to have a boat pick you up for a tour of the island.
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This is a must see for you, Jimmy Buffett fans out there. However, if you are not a JB fan, then you are still in luck! One of the best places in the BVI that we visited. We went there twice and stayed there a total of four nights, one night moored in the bay and three on land. Myette's ...
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Explore the underwater odyssey of Monkey Point, stroll the beautiful beach of White Bay and get a glimpse at the astonishing cliff sides on the North sides of this gorgeous island.
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- 20US Virgin Islands5 reviews
Some great little restaurants located on the boardwalk/waterfront of the town center. Lots of little shops to poke into and meander around the historic streets.