7 Things You Need To Know Before Visiting The U.S. Virgin Islands

Passport Recommendation U.S. citizens don't need passports for U.S. Virgin Islands but it's advised for convenience, else Real ID driver's license suffices.

Flight Costs Flights vary; consider options from different U.S. cities. To save, book flights to main airports then local round-trip tickets.

Transportation Advice Skip rental cars due to left-side driving, narrow steep roads. Private drivers or public transport recommended for hassle-free travel.

Island Diversity U.S. Virgin Islands consist of over 50 islands, each with unique vibes. Explore Saint Thomas, Saint John, Water Island, and Saint Croix.

Cuisine and Drinks Diverse food options reflect Caribbean influence. Rum is popular. Local spots offer authentic experiences. Try MamaWanna but drink responsibly.

 Returning Home Despite being a territory, you must pass through U.S. Immigration and Customs when returning. Limits on items brought back apply.

Historical Insights U.S. Virgin Islands have Danish roots. Once a pirate haven, now a U.S. territory with rich history and cultural diversity.