Welcome to U.S. Virgin Islands

United States Virgin Islands, officially American territory, are situated at the eastern end of the Greater Antilles, east of Puerto Rico, in the north-eastern Caribbean Sea. The territory is composed of three large islands: St. Croix, St. John, and St. Thomas and about 50 small islets and cays. The territory is geographically part of the Virgin Islands group, which also contains its near neighbor, the British Virgin Islands.

Like most Caribbean islands, the United States Virgin Islands, are volcanic in origin and hilly.

The islands are extremely popular with American tourists, who come to enjoy lush mountains, tropical forests, rocky coves, curving beaches, and the crystal clear waters.