Away from the water, the Virgin Islands are a fascinating and richly diverse landscape: rocky bluffs and wide plains; mountain peaks and dry seaside forests; salt ponds and rainforest. Pack a pair of walking shoes, a water bottle, and a sense of adventure to get up close to the natural world away from the ocean.
Discover the U.S. and British Virgin Islands
The Virgin Islands are bright, beautiful, and so very alive. Colors shift from curls of orange and pink at dawn to a palette of blue, green, and purple on the shimmering midday sea to the deep, dark blue of evening. To rival the many colors of the islands are the number of reasons to visit. Whether you’re looking for relaxation and escape, a chance to dance with the stars shining brightly overhead, or want nothing more than to spend endless days exploring the land and sea, there’s an island perfect for you. And whatever your idea of the perfect beach, chances are excellent that one of the islands’ best beaches will fit the bill.
The joy of the Virgin Islands is that you choose your proportions: two parts stillness, one part life, chill and serve. Yield: paradise.
Travel Maps of the Virgin Islands
From the pages of our travel guides, these full-color maps highlight can’t-miss sights, lesser-known attractions, where to eat, play, and more.