Seasoned travelers Sean and Kristy Michael head to the US Virgin Islands for a 5-night stay. With a budget of $4,500, will they choose a beachfront resort, a villa in the hills or a private yacht?
Sean and Kristy of<a href="http://longlonghoneymoon.com/ "> longlonghoneymoon.com </a>head to the beautiful US Virgin Islands. Sold to the US in 1916 by Denmark, the US Virgin Islands comprise St. John, St. Thomas and St. Croix.
Sean and Kristy have a tough decision to make: Which of the 3 very different properties will they choose?
The pool at the luxury villa Eco Serendib in St. John, the smallest (and quietest) of the US Virgin Islands.
The chef at Eco Serendib prepares a gourmet meal for Sean and Kristy. If you book roughly 120 days in advance, Eco Serendib offers a “seed to plate” experience: They’ll plant a small garden based on your requests and harvest it when you arrive.
Kristy lounges at Eco Serendib.
Sean and Kristy in a garden at Eco Serendib Villa.
The chef at Eco Serendib picks herbs from the garden.
Sean and Kristy take a tour of Eco Serendib.
Sean and Kristy paddle in a clear-bottom canoe at Frenchman’s Reef, the largest resort in St. Thomas.
Frenchman’s Reef’s director of sales Joyce Dore-Griffin gives Kristy and Sean a tour of the resort.
Kristy and Sean have lunch at Frenchman’s Reef. The all-inclusive resort has 7 restaurants, 3 pools and its own private beach.
Kristy tries her hand at sailing the Xiuma Private Yacht. For $4,000 for 5 nights, the luxury boat is led by a husband-and-wife crew who show sailing guests around the US Virgin Islands.
The interior dining area on the spacious 55-foot-long Xiuma Private Yacht.
Jonathan Wehrung shows Kristy and Sean how to sail the private yacht.
Kristy and Sean picked the US Virgin Islands for their vacation because of the jaw-dropping coastal views. But where will they stay? Find out on Top Spot!