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Hyperlocal experiences—ecotourism to the islands’ music and cuisine—add flavor to meetings and incentives in the USVI.
A group of 19 attendees from Texas met on St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI) for an incentive trip this past August just weeks before hurricanes Irma and Maria swept through.
The return of the cruise-ship industry to these shores is a welcome sign for the U.S. Virgin Islands, which are bouncing back thanks to the dogged efforts of locals, relief organizations and the cruise-ship industry itself.
The latest post-hurricane updates coming out of the U.S. Virgin Islands attests to the notion that hope is a thing of wings, supplies and WiFi.
The USVI commissioner of tourism, Beverly Nicholson Doty, was in Fort Lauderdale last week to promote the destination to meeting planners in Florida.
Experience all the flavors of the US Virgin Islands by choosing St. Thomas or St. Croix for your next meeting or event.
See how the exclusivity of the United States Virgin Islands (USVI) facilitates immersive group experiences.
"With air transportation costs taking an ever-increasing bite out of program budgets, those Caribbean islands with the best air lift tend to capture the majority of the group incentive business."
A new incentive program offers rewards to guests—from a cooking class and lunch with a USVI culinary ambassador—for planners who book at specific USVI resorts during 2015.
The USVI is offering an incentive program for meeting and incentive planners who plan events at choice USVI resorts during 2015 called “Procrastination Pays Off.”
In an effort to share the value and true beauty of the USVI, the Department of Tourism is offering a rewards program called “Procrastination Pays Off.”
On St. Thomas, groups can stay at Bluebeard’s Castle Resort, a historic property that dates back to the 1600’s when pirates were in their heyday.
“The site not only allows us to show various water and island views throughout the resort, but also helps us show guests the difference between Morning Star and Frenchman’s Reef.”
The combination of luxury venues, top-tier meeting hotels and adventurous group activities make for successful group takeaway. Chantel Figueroa, deputy commissioner for USVI Tourism filled us in the many options for planners.
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