Choices for golfing in the U.S. Virgin Islands are not plentiful, with three playable courses. But with the sun, sand, cool breezes and emerald seas the courses have just about everything that a traveling golfer can want.
If you and your family are looking for some more enriching activities during this pandemic, five V.I. storytellers will be livestreaming V.I. folklore on Tuesday nights for five weeks, starting Tuesday, May 5.
The public is invited to the closing party, Sat. July 20, 6 PM at Bajo el Sol, for the exhibition, "Snorkel Man" and "On These Shores," the latest works of St. John artist Janet Cook-Rutnik. The two include include installations, videos and photographic essays that deal with migrations and...
Islanders know how important routine car maintenance is for their vehicles. From the intense sunlight to the heat, humidity and salty breezes, there are countless ways in which Mother Nature can eat away at your car.
St. Thomas’s sustainability initiatives include sustainable tourism activities, eco-friendly car rentals, nature preserves, locally-sourced foods, and more.