Make sure you have a romantic break away if you are on an all inclusive holiday to the US Virgin islands. Here are some tips to make sure you and your partner make the most out of this romantic holiday.
All inclusive holidays to the USVI for couples
There are very few holiday destinations in the world that may really do your relationship justice, but if you are looking to spend some quality alone time with your other half in the lap of luxury, look no further than the US Virgin Islands.
A favourite among honeymooners, these isles are a slice of paradise where you can enjoy lip-smacking dishes, oodles of history and more crisp white sand than you can shake a stick at. Try and not fall too in love with them; that's if you've not fallen in love with your partner even more.
For a touch of intimacy within the beach experience, head to the much less developed St John. Heck, there is even a stretch of sand here called Honeymoon Beach, which has a clothing-optional policy, need we say more?
For those wanting to get under the sea's surface, hand in hand with their lover, head to Leinster Bay, which is not accessible by car so you will need to hike for about 15 minutes from the Annaberg Ruins parking. It is worth the trip, however - with hardly any tourists, you'll feel like the sea turtles are the only ones here to keep you two company.
A touch of culture
Who said that sightseeing wasn't romantic? You two can immerse yourselves in the region's fascinating history while still being very much in a love fest. Take a sunset cruise around the isles with the one you love. Take a lovely afternoon stroll with St Croix's Heritage Trail, which links all the major attractions and cultural landmarks. Or listen to the sweet serenades of wild parakeets and hummingbirds in the lush tropical rainforests.
If you're a duo who love your food, then St Thomas has rightfully gained a reputation as one of the foodie capitals of the Caribbean. By day, try some of the quirky cafes of Charlotte Amalie's casual dining scene, and as the sun sets, snuggle up together at one of the many five-star restaurants in Frenchtown and Red Hook.
Why not try something truly authentic on your candlelit dinner out? Menu options to look out for include pate (ground beef, chicken or salted cod wrapped and deep-fried in dough), johnnycake (deep-fried dough), or tasty spiced rice with lentils or kidney beans.
With fresh seafood served straight on the plate, you'll be enjoying nice company with some lip-smacking food. What more could you really ask for?
Honeymoons in the US Virgin Islands
The luxury hotels in the US Virgin Islands are ideal for newly-married couples looking for the perfect escape as husband and wife. These resorts offer the ideal backdrop for a romantic getaway and boast a variety of facilities, including stunning pools, opulent spas and sumptuous restaurants.
When you book a honeymoon in this part of the Caribbean, you can look forward to being treated to the highest levels of service and if you notify your tour operator that it's for a special occasion when you make your booking, they will be able to make sure that the hotel makes your stay one to remember for all the right reasons.
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