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Trunk Bay Beach, St. John

As they have for the past 400 years, people come to the U.S. Virgin Islands mainly to drink, relax on the beach, and bargain shop -- often, in just that order. Read more

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U.S. Virgin Islands Travel Guide

The U.S. Virgin Islands have long been a seafarers stomping ground -- from the pirates of yore to today's more abundant cruise ship hordes and the occasional yachtsmen. As they have for the past 400 years, people come to the islands mainly to drink, relax on the beach, and bargain shop -- often, in just that order. Considered "insular areas" or "unincorporated territories" of the United States, traveling to the islands is in many ways analogous to traveling within the U.S. -- citizens don't need a passport, the U.S. dollar is the official currency, and English is the official language. Read more

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