U.S. Virgin Islands, Trunk Bay, St John Island
The U.S. Virgin Islands, formally the Virgin Islands of the United States, is a group of islands in the Caribbean Sea. They are part of the Virgin Islands archipelago within the Lesser Antilles. Covering an area of 134 sq mi (346 sq km), the U.S. Virgin Islands comprises three main islands, namely Saint Croix, Saint John and Saint Thomas, along with several smaller islands.
Turtle Bay Beach on U.S. Virgin Islands
The U.S. Virgin Islands is an unincorporated organized territory of the United States. It has a population of about 110,000 (2010 estimate). The currency used here is the US Dollar. However, unlike the rest of the United States, driving in the U.S. Virgin Islands is on the left.
The U.S. Virgin Islands observes the Atlantic Standard Time, with is -4 GMT. Its Internet TLD is .vi and .us.
Virgin Islands National Park
Galen S. Swint
Travel to and within the U.S. Virgin IslandsYou can fly to St. Croix or St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands. St. Thomas is only accessible by ferry boats. To explore the island on your own, you should rent a car. It would cost you about US$80 per day to rent one.
Fort Frederiksted, St Croix
Principal Islands of U.S. Virgin Islands
Places of Interest in U.S. Virgin Islands
National Parks of US Virgin Islands
National Monuments in US Virgin Islands
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