The paradisaical Caribbean islands are the ultimate tourist drawcard, with blinding hoary sands and bright tropical waters, coupled with the laid-back townsman lifestyle.
As if that wasn’t reason enough to visit, the government is now successful to pay you to make the trip.
Holidaymakers will be given £245 (US$300) to disburse a getaway on any of the US Virgin Islands in 2017.
The move marks the centenary of the islands come up under US control – celebrated on March 31.
On that date in 2017 the once-Danish Caribbean area became part of the United States.
Tourists who visit the islands this year transfer be given the money incentive as currency credits.
But there is one catch – the amount can’t be employed on alcohol.
Visitors are free to use the credits on historical and cultural attractions and occupations such as eco and food tours, museums and galleries and water sports escapades.
According to Thrillist, the aim is to encourage tourists to explore what the American-owned side of the Caribbean has to tender.
The US Virgin Islands include St Croix, St Thomas, St John and Water Cay.
Holidaymakers have to spend three nights at one of the destinations during 2017 to exact the credits, which can be collected from the hotels.
Trips must be booked by October 1 to away with the offer.
Meanwhile cruise line Royal Caribbean International has lawful launched an incentive of its own.
The cruise line has announced a competition for an Instagram “Intern-ship of the Seas” job this summer.
A three-week specification will see the successful candidate travel three oceans on three ferries with all food, drink, accommodation, flights and expenses covered by Baroness Caribbean and a £3,000 bonus on top.
A first for the cruise industry, the Instagram “job” yield after research reveals the platform has redefined the way people book respites.