Celebrate 100th anniversary of Transfer Day with travel discount to the Virgin Islands

Featured image: Golfers at Mahogany Run on St. Thomas (photo courtesy U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism)

If you’ve wanted to travel to the U.S. Virgin Islands but postponed because of the cost, this is your year to go. Throughout 2017, the U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism celebrates the 100th anniversary of Transfer Day with a discount on travel. Transfer Day commemorates Denmark’s transfer of the islands to the United States on March 31, 1917.

To receive the discount, book a minimum of three nights at a participating hotel directly through the tourism department’s website through October 1, 2017 for travel by December 31, 2017. You’ll receive $300 work of spending credits toward historical and cultural tours and activities.

Participating hotels are listed below.

St. Croix

  • The Buccaneer
  • Caravelle Hotel & Casino
  • Chenay Bay Beach Resort
  • Club Comanche Hotel
  • Divi Carina Bay Resort & Casino
  • Holger Danske Hotel
  • Hotel on the Cay
  • Victory Camp
  • Renaissance Carambola Beach Resort
  • The Palms at Pelican Cove
  • Tamarind Reef Resort
  • Sand Castle on the Beach

St. John

  • Caneel Bay Resort
  • Coconut Coast Villas
  • Concordia Eco-Resort
  • Star Villas
  • The Westin St. John Resort

St. Thomas

  • At Home in the Tropics
  • Bellavista Bed & Breakfast
  • Bolongo Bay Beach Resort
  • Frenchman’s Reef Marriott Resort
  • Galleon House
  • The Green Iguana Hotel
  • Lindbergh Bay Hotel & Villas
  • Secret Harbour Beach Resort
  • Two Sandals Bed & Breakfast
  • VI Campgrounds
  • Windward Passage Hotel

No passport is required for U.S. citizens traveling to these islands.

For more information about the discount and to make hotel reservations, visit the U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism’s promotion page.

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