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Getting Around US Virgin Islands

Air

Airlines operating inter-island flights include Bohlke International Airways (www.bohlke.com), Cape Air (www.flycapeair.com) and Seaborne (www.seaborneairlines.com).

Road

Side of the road

Left

Road Quality

Well-maintained roads connect all main towns.

Car Hire

There are several international car hire agencies at the airports and in the main towns on St Croix, St John and St Thomas. Jeeps or mini-mokes are popular modes of travel and these too can be hired.

Taxi

Available on all the islands. These follow standard routes between various points, and the fares for these are published. Sharing taxis is a common practice.

Regulations

The speed limit is 35kph (20mph) in towns and 55kph (35mph) elsewhere.

Documentation

National licences are accepted; an International Driving Permit is not required.

Rail

Water

Ferries leave from Charlotte Amalie and Red Hook Dock on St Thomas, for Cruz Bay on St John. There is no regular ferry to St Croix.