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HOTS BY THE SEA When you’re surrounded by exotic views, it’s hard to keep your eye on the ball. The USVI, however, attracts golfers of every level who want to test their skills on the islands’ four coastal courses. On St. Thomas, Mahogany Run’s golf course has been called “the 18 most challenging holes in the Caribbean.” On St. Croix, The Buccaneer, Carambola and The Reef offer golfers three great courses with rolling fairways, natural water hazards and tropical foliage. In the USVI, you can enjoy the sands on the beach and enjoy avoiding them on the course.

HE ACTIVE TOURIST With beautiful weather, warm waters and sunny skies, the USVI is perfect for any outdoor sport. In addition to golf and tennis, visitors can participate in everything from mountain biking to beach volleyball. Popular water sports include fishing, sailing and windsurfing.

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and 18th hol es of Mahogany Run are so challenging that anyon e who plays all three without a p enalty strok e is awarded an “I Surviv ed The Devil ’s Triangle” certificate in the Pro Shop .

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have a hard time doing it all. In fact, the only end to the activities in the USVI is your own endurance.

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