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St. Croix, the largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, is a tropical dreamland complete with stunning beaches, clear aqua-blue ocean water, a small rain forest and rolling green hillsides. The Danes purchased St. Croix in the 1700s at which time the slave trade and sugar cane fields thrived. Today, the Danish influence is still apparent in the island's architecture and language. Most of the sugar mills lie in ruins. Yet you can still get a taste of the island's history in freshly squeezed sugar cane juice or Cruzan Rum.

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Turtle Beach

The offshore reefs of Buck Island get lots of attention, so the island’s long, forest-lined sandy spots like Turtle Beach are often empty. It’s the kind of postcard-perfect place where bliss means wiggling your toes in the silky white sand or dipping them into the warm green-blue water.

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