The white sand beaches, rolling hills and tropical forests, make the U.S. Virgin Islands one of the most amazing getaways in the Caribbean. This collection of about 50 islands is a territory of the U.S. and follows the same laws.
Is travel insurance mandatory?
As a U.S. territory, the U.S Virgin Islands requires the same entry papers, visas and requirements as the contiguous United States. Travel insurance is required to for some visas including J1 and J2 for those working, studying or living in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Visitors to the U.S. Virgin Islands should consider travel insurance as healthcare costs can be high. Disruptions to your vacation can result in unexpected expenses, especially during Covid-19. If you're a U.S. resident, you don't need travel insurance as your home medical insurance should cover you within U.S. states and territories.
All travelers to the U.S. Virgin islands can protect their financial investment with Cancel For Any Reason (CFAR) coverage. With CFAR, you can cancel travel plans for any reason with minimal financial loss. See what CFAR insurance can do for you.