Travel Insurance Travel insurance is the best way to protect yourself against financial loss. The most useful plan is a comprehensive policy that includes coverage for trip cancellation and interruption, default, trip delay, and medical expenses (with a waiver for preexisting conditions).
Without insurance, you will lose all or most of your money if you cancel your trip or have to cut it short, regardless of the reason. Default insurance covers you if your tour operator, airline, or cruise line goes out of ... more
Driving in the Caribbean If you plan to rent a car, be aware that most jurisdictions of the Caribbean drive on the left. The only places where you drive on the right are Aruba, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guadeloupe, Haiti, Martinique, and the Netherlands Antilles. In other places, if you are not used to driving on the left, proceed slowly and with utmost caution. You may wish to ride as a passenger for a while before trying to drive yourself.
Driving conditions and local driving patterns are different from the U.S. ... more
Telecommunications: The international dialling code for the US Virgin Islands is +1 340 followed by seven digits. On the islands, use only the seven digits. To dial the UK from the US Virgin Islands, the international access code is +44 followed by the area code, omitting 0, and then the number.
Passports: U.S. citizens are not required to carry a passport when traveling to the USVI, although carrying photo identification and a copy of a birth certificate is suggested.
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