Are you a mountain-lover or a beach enthusiast? Well, if your answer to this question is always beaches, then the Virgin Islands is the place of your dream. The Virgin Islands is a collection of over 100 beaches, and the good news is that every beach is unique. The view and the adventures of every beach are completely worth all your time. So, if you want to go on an all-beach vacation, you must check out Spirit Airlines Vacation Packages for the best flight deals.

Virgin Islands National Park, St. John

Virgin Islands National Part tops the list of every tourist that visits the Virgin Islands for the first time. Over a million visitors come to the national park, making it the most visited tourist attraction of the islands. One can enjoy many water activities on the beaches present on this 5,000 acres of land. The part also has a wide variety of tropical plants and birds. The main attractions of the park are Cinnamon Bay, Watermelon Cay, and Caneel Bay.

Buck Island Reef National Monument, St. Croix

If you want to dive deep into the sea and experience underwater life more closely, you should visit the Buck Island Reef National Monument of St. Croix. Named as the first U.S. underwater national monument in 1961 by U.S. President John F. Kennedy, the monument is surrounded by many beautiful sea gardens. Along with all the aquatic wildlife, there is also a hiking trail and picnic sites for tourists.

Magens Bay, St. Thomas

Magens Bay is considered as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Green hills and white sand beaches surround the bay, and the bay is in the shape of a horseshoe. You can enjoy many water activities such as kayaking, swimming, and other water sports. Over the years, the bay has become widely popular among tourists, and therefore, it is most crowded as the sun starts to set. So if you want to visit the bay when it is quiet, the best time is to go there early in the morning or during the late afternoon as fewer people prefer to come to the bay when the sun is up.

Coral World Ocean Park, St. Thomas

If you are an animal lover, you must visit the Coral World Ocean Park in St. Thomas. Here, you get to experience aquatic life a little more closely than ever.  There is an aquarium, a coral reef tank, and an underwater observatory within the park’s borders. You can experience water activities that you don’t usually see, such as Snuba, parasailing, and helmet diving. You can also feed food to stingrays or dive around huge whales and sea lions. The place is full of adventure and is perfect for you and your family.

Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge, St. Croix

Amongst all the over-crowded beaches, Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge is one of the few quiet, away from everyone, spots of the Virgin Islands. The dazzling sand is spread along two miles of land and turquoise sea. You get to see a variety of birds and sea turtles in this wildlife refuge. Since the refuge is mostly vacant, there is no facility on the beaches. So, it is recommended to bring along food, water, and all other necessities you might need. Also, check the timings of the refuge as it is open on very few days of the week.

Christiansted, St. Croix

Christiansted is the largest town of St. Croix. The architectures who built this town were inspired by Oslo (a city in Norway, earlier known as Christiania). The main attraction of Christiansted is Christiansted National Historic Site. The walk along these sites will lead you to the Government House, Christiansvaern Fort, and Apothecary Hall. You and your family can also enjoy water sports at Protestant Cay. a few miles away from the Christiansted, Salt River Bay National Historic Park is another tourist spot to visit. You and your family can go there and enjoy some kayaking through the beautiful green mangroves. The city looks the most beautiful at night.

Paradise Point, St. Thomas

For experiencing the best view of  Puerto Rico and Charlotte Amalie harbor, drive up to the top of Paradise Point. Although the gift shops and Paradise Point food are a bit expensive, the view is worth all your time. In case you don’t want to drive your vehicle o the top, you can also go for a gondola ride. The ride costs $21 for adults over the age of 13 and $10.50 for kids below 13.

99 Steps, St. Thomas

Ninety-nine step is a unique staircase that leads to Blackbeard’s Castle. These steep steps are actually 103 in total, covered with beautiful flowers, and are the perfect spot for taking pictures. The steps are built with ship-ballast bricks from Danish colonial times. You can enjoy beautiful views from the top of these steps.

The Virgin Islands is a paradise for beach lovers and adventurous people. So, if you are excited to visit the Islands, you should make Spirit Airlines Español Teléfono right away before the flights get all booked and you miss the best deals.