Adventure Guide to the Virgin Islands

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Hunter Publishing, Incorporated, Nov 16, 1996 - Travel - 364 pages
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A complete update of this bestselling guide to the U.S. and British Virgins, this edition includes the changes resulting from last year's hurricane devastation. Focusing on outdoor activities, the author explores every island, each with its unique charm. He takes readers to all of the sights, especially those off the beaten track, telling them the best way to get there, how much the trip will cost and when they should visit. Maps.

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Contents

The US Virgin Islands
1
History
21
Important Dates in US Virgin Islands History
26
Government
30
US Virgin Islands Public Holidays
33
Transport
37
Hispaniola Puerto Rico the Virgin Islands
38
Food
44
Useful St Croix Phone Numbers
175
Buck Island Reef National Monument
206
Buck Island Concessionaires
208
Frederiksted
226
Suggested St Croix Itineraries
230
The British Virgin Islands
231
British Virgin Islands
233
British Virgin Islands Festivals Events
237

Golf Courses Beaches
46
DeepSea Fishing in the Virgin Islands
47
Shopping Customs
50
US Virgin Islands Tourism Offices
58
St Thomas
61
St Thomas Taxi Services
64
Useful St Thomas Phone Numbers
92
Suggested St Thomas Itineraries
119
St John
121
St John Taxi Fares
125
Useful St John Phone Numbers
136
Virgin Islands National Park Regulations
144
St John Hiking Trails
147
Cruz Bay
158
Suggested St John Itineraries
166
St Croix
167
St Croix Taxi Fares
172
Transport
239
British Virgin Islands Popular Anchorages
245
Accommodations
246
Useful British Virgin Islands Phone Numbers
251
British Virgin Islands National Parks
256
Tortola
259
Tortola Rental Car Agencies
261
Roadtown
264
From Road Town to West End
287
Roadtown to Virgin Gorda
300
Jost Van Dyke
303
Spanish Town
315
North Sound Hiking
321
Virgin Gorda Taxi Fares
325
Anegada
329
Smaller Islands
343
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About the author (1996)

Pariser graduated from Boston University with a B.S. in Public Communications. He has traveled extensively throughout the world, and speaks Spanish, Japanese, Indonesian.

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