St. Croix Will Pay You to Visit in 2017

St. Croix, as well as the other U.S. Virgin Islands, are commemorating a special date this year—the 100th anniversary of “Transfer Day,” when Denmark sold the islands to the U.S.

To celebrate this landmark event, the U.S. Virgin Islands are giving visitors a $300 voucher to be used on “Historical/Cultural Tours and Activities.” This can be redeemed at participating hotels, including Divi Carina Bay All-Inclusive Beach Resort on St. Croix. There are a couple of stipulations, but they should be easy to meet: you need to book your trip by October 1, 2017 for travel during the 2017 calendar year, and you must stay for a minimum of three nights.

Basically, this means you’ll be paid to travel to St. Croix in 2017.  St. Croix is already one of the easiest and most budget-friendly Caribbean islands to visit, since U.S. citizens don’t need a passport and airfare often runs about $300 round-trip from many cities on the East Coast. With the $300 voucher, you could essentially be reimbursed for airfare. For details on the voucher promotion, visit the U.S. Virgin Islands tourism site.

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