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Located on a quiet stretch of beach in St. Croix in the US Virgin Islands, the Divi Carina Bay Beach Resort combines privacy and relaxation with modern style and amenities. Spacious beachfront guestrooms and deluxe hillside suites offer private balconies with stunning views. Only steps away from the exciting resort casino, and offering an on-site PADI five star dive operation and activities center, guests of the Divi Carina have their choice of diversions. Romantic candlelit dining, and casual poolside treats complement deluxe amenities and superior island hospitality.
Founded in the 17th century and family-run for generations, St. Croix’s Buccaneer is the Caribbean’s and Virgin Island’s longest running resort. Both historic and modern, the resort blends old world charm with warm hospitality and the amenities expected by today’s traveler. More than a hotel, The Buccaneer is a premier destination resort for golf, tennis, water sports, weddings, honeymoons and family vacations. The Buccaneer is located on the eastern end of St. Croix, less than a five-minute drive from the sightseeing, shopping and dining found in the historic town of Christiansted.
Located on the tranquil north side of the island of St. Croix, the Arawak Bay Inn overlooks the beautiful Salt River Bay. The charming B&B was built less than 2 years ago and provides guests with all the modern amenities to make them feel right at home, while maintaining the beautiful Caribbean charm.
Located on a beautiful stretch of beach on St. Croix, The Palms at Pelican Grove combine comfort and elegance to truly make this resort feel like home. The Palms at Pelican Grove made history when they received the first internationally recognized Blue Flag in the US Virgin Islands which symbolizes that this resort offers the highest standards regarding water quality, safety, environmental management, and education.
he Quirimbas Archipelago consists of 27 coral Islands of which only a handful is permanently inhabited. A lack of water is the main reason that prevents local Mozambican from living on these perfectly situated Islands . The term Coral Island is given to these Islands because of what they are made of; ancient prehistoric coral reefs that millions of years ago were alive and under water.