All Tourists Visiting These Paradise Islands in 2017 Will Be Paid $300

It’s hard to believe, but there are some magically beautiful places in the Caribbean that tourists will soon be paid to visit. All vacationers who decide to stay on any of these islands longer than three days will receive $300.

The staff of Bright Side decided to investigate this tempting piece of information further. Today we’ll tell you all you need to know about getting this nice bonus to your stay.

 

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The super attractive offer in question was launched to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the day when the Virgin Islands became a US territory. The United States bought them from Denmark in 1917 for $25 million in gold coins.

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There are several islands in the archipelago that belong to the USA. The largest of them are St. Croix, St. John, and St. Thomas.

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Thanks to their spectacular scenery, mild climate, and high standards of service, the Virgin Islands have earned the love of tourists from all around the world. And in this anniversary year, visiting vacationers are in for a particularly lavish bonus.

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The local authorities are willing to pay each tourist arriving on any of the three major islands the attractive sum of $300. There are only a few conditions you must meet to become entitled to it.

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The offer is open for anyone who books before October 1st, 2017, with the intention of staying on the Virgin Islands for more than three days. Though, let’s face it: it’s unlikely that many people would want to limit their experience of such beauty to anything less than a week!

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To be fair, this $300 will not be given out in cash but in special vouchers. Tourists can spend them on various activities like diving, excursions, and surfing.

As for those who come to stay on the islands directly during the anniversary celebrations (which will last throughout March), they’re set to receive a special gift as well. What will it be? No hints are available yet.

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A return flight from JFK to Charlotte Amalie airport on the island of St. Thomas will cost you about $710. The flight time is four hours.

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The best time to visit the Virgin Islands is the period between January and April. But the campaign will last until December 31st.

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