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U.S. Virgin Islands


Charlotte Amalie


The United States Virgin Islands,[6] officially the Virgin Islands of the United States,[note 1] are a group of Caribbean islands and an unincorporated and organized territory of the United States.[3] The islands are geographically part of the Virgin Islands archipelago and are located in the Leeward Islands of the Lesser Antilles to the east of Puerto Rico and west of the British Virgin Islands.[7]

Major Cities:

Annaberg Sugar Plantation
Charlotte Amalie
Christmas Cove
Coki Beach. St. Thomas
Coral World Ocean Park
Cruz Bay
Honeymoon Beach
Magens Bay Beach, St. Thomas
Mangrove Lagoon, Saint Thomas
Phantasea Tropical Botanical Garden
Sapphire Beach, St. Thomas
Trunk Bay
Yacht Haven Grande

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Atlandis Top 3 'Things to Do'

Coral World Ocean Park

One of the top family-friendly attractions in the US Virgin Islands, Coral World Ocean Park combines both indoor and outdoor observation facilities which showcase the region’s diverse and plentiful marine life. Highlights include the hermit crab, starfish, and sea cucumber touch pool and the 50,000-gallon Deep Reef Tank, home to moray eels, tarpon, and plenty of sharks.

Sapphire Beach

With more than 40 major beaches lining St Thomas’ shores, how do you decide which to visit?

One of the most popular is Sapphire Beach, located on the east end of the island. This area of St Thomas is known for its laid-back atmosphere and is home to some of the best views of neighboring St John. With a mix of red-tiled roof homes and commerical buildings, the area is anchored by Red Hook, a popular spot for boating enthusiasts and where the historic center of Charlotte Amalie is located.

Sapphire Beach, an ideal stop for cruise ship passengers exploring St Thomas for a day, features about 35 acres of fine white sand beaches and is also a great choice for families. The waters are calm and good for snorkeling, while the sea grape trees on the right end of the beach provide some shade for beach goers. The left side, however, is ideal for sunbathing. Keep your eyes open for ducks and iguanas wandering the shores.

At the nearby Sapphire Beach Resort, visitors can rent lounge chairs and snorkeling equipment, or opt for other water activities, such as windsurfing, kayaking, jet skiing and sailing.

Coki Beach

Coki Beach is considered St. Thomas’ party beach and is always full of families, revelers, and vendors. Snorkelers and scuba divers love the clear water and sea creatures here, while beach-goers enjoy the white sands, sunshine, and wandering vendors who offer drinks and snacks, souvenirs, sunscreen, and hair braiding.


'Things To Do' information provided by Viator and TripAdvisor. Contact Atlandis Vacations for the best prices.

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