Most of the Virgin Islands, both U.S. and British, are family-friendly. St. Thomas and St. Croix have the most facilities and attractions for families. The British Virgin Islands have significantly fewer family-oriented activities, and some of the smaller and less developed islands don't cater much to children, although families who love spending whole days on the beach will probably have a great time. When compared with some of the other major destinations in the Caribbean (such as Jamaica, where crime is high), the U.S. Virgins are generally safe, and the British Virgin Islands are even safer.

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