Virgin Islands Escapes

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It’s time to escape to the Virgin Islands. We know new passport and renewal processing could take a while as the state department deals with a backlog. Fortunately, a passport isn’t required for U.S. citizens visiting the U.S.V.I. Once you arrive, the glories of the Caribbean are at your fingertips.

US Virgin Islands couple

Avid divers have coral reefs and caves to explore under the clear blue waters. Adventurers will find national parks with backcountry perfect for roaming by jeep or on horseback. History buffs have an array of colonial-era forts to take in and rum distilleries to take a drink in. The beaches are pristine, except for the occasional sea lion or sea turtle popping out of the waves to say hello. 

US Virgin Islands Ritz Carlton

The food festivals may be off for now, but that doesn’t make the seafood any less delicious or the beach barbecues any less fun. Fabulous resorts such as the Virtuoso-preferred Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas are open and waiting to greet you with open arms. The U.S.V.I. remains a tropical paradise for family, solo, and romance travel.

British Virgin Islands

US Virgin Islands and British Virgin Island escape

The best option for visiting the B.V.I. is having your own private island. There are a couple of Virtuoso-preferred resorts that fit the bill in Necker Island and Moskito Island

The Virgin resorts are just the slice of paradise your travel pod needs. Equal parts adventure and tranquility, they’re excellent destinations for taking a load off. If you can’t get a big enough group together for a private island, the charming Rosewood Little Dix Bay and its half-mile beach are waiting for you. Contact me to plan your island escape.