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How To Get A US Virgin Islands’ FREE & PAID Vacation?

Travelers Today       By    Din Rose

Updated: Jan 08, 2017 08:31 AM EST

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St. Croix - US Virgin Islands
lucky vacationers will get $300 and free stay at St. Croix, St. Thomas, or St. John
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For many people who are into traveling, free trips are the best but what more if they are paid. And, that's what US Virgin Islands actually offers this 2017! Marking its hundredth anniversary, the historic destination bids an amazing three-night all-expense paid stay tour with a pocket money. Surely, it's a hard to refuse offer and here's how to get it.

The Caribbean Islands consists of three main islands which had Charlotte Amalie as the main capital. It has a population of about 100,000 locals with mostly Afro-Caribbean. Largely, tourism is their bread and butter.

For the promotion, CNBC says to qualify for US Virgin Island free and paid vacation the person must first book on its official tourism website. The reservations will only last until September, and then free travel begins on October lasting until December 31, 2017. The accommodation must be on the 27 participating three main islands' hotels.

What does the free vacation features? According to Popsugar, there will be a lot of incredible historical and cultural activities to enjoy on the islands. Moreover, the money can be paid money can be used for those with fees. Some activities are museum visits, national park tours, kayaking, diving and more.

Apparently, the activities aren't the only thing to look forward in US Virgin Islands. Indeed, the place is rich with fascinating water natural resources, locations like Christiansted, Cruz Bay, Bolongo, Frenchtown, and Coral Bay are known for it. 

Lastly, "US Virgin Islands' FREE & PAID Vacation" also has something traveler should note. Technically, pregnant or planning women can't join the vacation. Supposedly, the place has been under attack by Zika virus and they take precautions.

 

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