Exploring the Virgin Islands Without a Car

The US Virgin Islands are a beautiful destination for a vacation, but getting around without a car can be tricky. Fortunately, there are several options for getting around the islands without having to rent a car. The best way to get around the islands is by taxi. Taxis in the US Virgin Islands have traffic lights and USVI taxi number plates, so you can be sure you're getting a legitimate service.

Taxis are shared, so the time to your destination may vary depending on how many other passengers the driver picks up along the way. It's also important to note that taxi fares are based on the destination and not on mileage, and are regulated by the United States Virgin Islands Taxi Commission. If you're staying in St. John, you may want to consider renting a jeep instead of a regular compact car.

Many rental properties in St. John require four-wheel drive, so having a jeep will make it easier to access them. You can also take advantage of the Vitran public bus system or take a tour of the island by safari bus or taxi. If you're going on a day trip from St.

Thomas and need to catch a ferry at the end of the day, don't rely on the bus to get back to the pier on time. Finally, if you're planning to explore the beaches in the Virgin Islands National Park, keep in mind that with the exception of Lind Point Trail, it's not recommended to walk to them.

Juanita Pinkleton
Juanita Pinkleton

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