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Longing for paradise? Look no further than the Caribbean islands, also known as the West Indies. From the British Virgin Islands to Barbados, each island has its own unique history, culture, and creole. This chain of roughly 7,000 islands also comprises one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world, offering rainforests, desert terrain, fertile agricultural fields, and coral reefs. Volcanic islands offer gorgeous panoramas and tropical forests, while coral-based islands have some of the most stunning snorkeling in the world. Play golf, enjoy the nightlife, shop 'til you drop, or just kick off your shoes and play in the surf and sand.
British Virgin Islands
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Of the 15 inhabited islands (and more than 50 uninhabited), the major islands of the U.K. Virgin Islands are Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke. Oddly, although these islands are an independent territory of the United Kingdom, the official currency is the U.S. dollar. Historically an economy based on agriculture, today this island group is one of the richest in the Caribbean. The capital, Road Town, is located on the island of Tortola, also known for its beaches, surfing, and boating. Anegada, the only non-volcanic island in the group, is known for its coral reefs, Jost Van Dyke for the bars and restaurants around Great Harbor, and Virgin Gorda for its white sand beaches and intimate, unspoiled atmosphere. As in other Caribbean islands, a creole is spoken by the locals, but the official language is a British-influenced English.
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U.S. Virgin Islands
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Named by Christopher Columbus on his second voyage, this cluster of three volcanic islands (Saint Croix, Saint John, and Saint Thomas) passed through the hands of several European nations before being purchased by the US during WWI: Spain, Britain, the Netherlands, France, and Denmark. Each nation made its own contribution to what has become a cultural blend unlike any other. The official language is English, but locals often use a slang-based creole created by African slaves during the 18th and 19th century - today, most of the islands' inhabitants are their descendants. St. Thomas offers a cosmopolitan atmosphere and up-scale shopping, St. John is a paradise for hikers and beach bums, and St. Croix will delight snorkelers with its underwater menagerie. Ferries offer easy access from one island to another, so don't worry about missing out! One important thing to remember: although steering wheels are on the left, as in the U.S., cars drive on the left-hand side of the road!
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