U.S. Virgin Islands

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The beautifully restored great house of the island’s oldest sugar plantation was built to last, with 3-foot-thick walls of coral, stone, and molasses. — Frommer's
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The park also has an offshore underwater observatory, an 80,000-gallon coral reef exhibit (one of the largest in the world). — Fodor's
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At this 17-acre estate, fragrant flora grows amid the ruins of a 19th-century sugarcane plantation. — Fodor's
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A Japanese-inspired amphitheater, permeated by the scent of gardenias, is set into a natural valley, with seating space for 1,196. Performances usually begin at 8pm. — Frommer's
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Visitors shouldn’t miss the snorkeling trail... with plaques on the ocean floor identifying different types of coral and fish. — Travel + Leisure
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This immaculate 11-acre property, cloistered in the volcanic peaks above Magens Bay, is made all the lovelier by the surrounding botanical gardens and short walking trail. — Travel + Leisure
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This island, the fourth-largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, floats about a ¼ mile (½ km) out in Charlotte Amalie harbor. — Fodor's
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Because there's little shade, this beach gets toasty warm in the afternoon when the sun comes around to the west, but the rest of the day it's a delightful stretch of white sand — Fodor's
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In its heyday, the Annaberg Plantation produced sugar, molasses and rum — U.S. News & World Report
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The nine-bedroom great house is a private home and closed to the public, but you can go on a self-guided stroll of the 13 acres, where you’ll see the stone ruins of the plantation’s sugar factory. — Frommer's
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Fly skyward in a seven-minute gondola ride to Paradise Point, an overlook with breathtaking views of Charlotte Amalie and the harbor — Fodor's
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On the island's breezy North Shore, Cane Bay does not always have gentle waters, but there are seldom many people around, and the scuba diving and snorkeling are wondrous — Fodor's
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