🌴Virgin Islands🌴

By Trinity Seiber and Sophie Howard

The Virgin Islands!

Idyllic white-sand beaches and crystal clear seas draw many visitors to Virgin Islands National Park each year – and what waits underwater is just as breathtaking. The park includes 5,650 acres of land beneath the ocean, including fragile coral gardens, beautiful seascapes, and resplendent ocean life. Trunk Bay is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world and has the only underwater snorkeling trail in the United States.

The Virgin Islands is an amazing place for relaxing by the beach, swimming, wake boarding, surfing, going to Fort Wilbur and even parasailing!

What to look for in landforms.

The landforms of the Virgin islands are beaches, forest and lake.

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Virgin Island's important landform

The Virgin Island's own St. Thomas is the holder of Crown Mountain. Crown mountain is 1,556 feet. It is the tallest mountain in St. Thomas.

The flora and below fauna of the Virgin Islands

Three types of flora would be

Century Plant

Hot Peppers


Love Vine

Look out for



In 1493 Christopher Columbus took a little visit to the great Virgin Islands. He had been restlessly scavenging for a route to India, he had consequently called the people living there Indians. Columbus named the beautiful islands 'The Virgins' in reference to the legendary beauty of St. Ursula and her 11,000 virgins. The Danish West India Company first attempted to settle St. Thomas in 1665. They successfully established a settlement on St. Thomas in 1672 consisting of 113 inhabitants.

Saving and ensuring safety

The virgin islands has a leave no trace policy and the Virgin Islands has a department of environment. These features make sure the environment is not damaged or littered on.

Threat to the Virgin Islands

Lionfish cause a big threat to coral reef.