The US Virgin Islands will Pay you $300 if you Visit them in 2017

This Caribbean Island will Pay you $300 if you Visit in 2017

If you are craving a sun holiday in a tropical paradise, you might consider the US Virgin Islands in the Caribbean, as they are offering a very attractive incentive to visitors in order to celebrate “Transfer Day”, the centenary of the islands of St. Thomas, St. John, and St. Croix passing from Denmark to US control in 1917.

Visitors who book a holiday of at least three nights on the US Virgin Islands before October 1st 2017, will get $300 (€285) in credits they can redeem in any of the participant locations, which include plenty of local attractions such as museums, leisure centres, kayaking adventures and more. The idea is that tourists get to explore and experience the region.

Those visiting during March, the month where the centennial occurs, will also get a commemorative souvenir and the opportunity to attend several activities to honour the occasion.

To enjoy this offer, trips have to be booked through


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