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Its not just beaches: St Thomas USVI

US Virgin Island is known for beaches and why not, situated in the Caribbean it's home to some of the most beautiful beaches. Most of the tourist visit St Thomas via Cruise and thus don't get enough time to explore USVI. They are restricted to a one-day itinerary and that too only on St Thomas… Continue reading Its not just beaches: St Thomas USVI

Around the World · Beach · Islands · USA

Amazing Beaches of St Thomas

St Thomas is full of amazing beaches, no wonder it's one of the most famous destinations in the Caribbean. More so from the USA as it's considered domestic travel from here and folks like me who are in between visa transfer can visit get a dreamy beachy vacation. Though most of the people visit here… Continue reading Amazing Beaches of St Thomas

Around the World · Beach · Islands · National Park · USA

Sun kissed in St John, USVI

St. John is the perfect destination for those seeking paradise. From exploring coastline snorkelling to embracing the soothing comfort of nature’s lush greenery, you’re sure to find something for everyone. Explore the most beautiful beaches, take long walks on the soft white sand, hike to breathtaking viewpoints, and enjoy the setting sun; sounds dreamy, doesn't… Continue reading Sun kissed in St John, USVI

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To my first Caribbean Island: St Croix

I have always been fascinated by photos of Caribbean Islands - both from travel magazines and via the internet. There are times when I just stare at photos of sunsets on beaches, crystal clear water, and Ariel view of the Island is my personal favourite. The mountains used to appeal to me more than an island, but… Continue reading To my first Caribbean Island: St Croix

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Bula! Its “Fiji Time”

My wife loves beaches - born in a coastal town, she has spent her entire early life near beaches, so when it came to our honeymoon, we decided to spend time together on an island and we shortlisted three possible islands for our visit. It was either Hawaii, Zanzibar or Fiji. After some discussion and possibilities of visiting other places with greater ease in the future, we finalized on Fiji and boy, did we love Fiji! I was pleasantly surprised when I learned that 40% of Fijian population is of Indian origin.