Paradise in the Virgin Islands .

<br/>The British and U.S. Virgin Islands offer crystal blue waters and beautifully serene escapes. iReporters shared their favorite photos of paradise with us. Mary Beth Wilson captured this gorgeous view of St. John, looking toward the British Virgin Islands. "St. John is our island paradise."

The British and U.S. Virgin Islands offer crystal blue waters and beautifully serene escapes. iReporters shared their favorite photos of paradise with us. Mary Beth Wilson captured this gorgeous view of St. John, looking toward the British Virgin Islands. “St. John is our island paradise.”

<br/>Jobelle Daquis lives in the British Virgin Islands and took this photo of sailing in Spring Bay, Virgin Gorda.

Jobelle Daquis lives in the British Virgin Islands and took this photo of sailing in Spring Bay, Virgin Gorda.

<br/>Shandiz Shafaei shot this sunset on St. Thomas while visiting for the first time to attend a wedding.

Shandiz Shafaei shot this sunset on St. Thomas while visiting for the first time to attend a wedding.

<br/>Andrew Warren took this photo of colorful buildings at Soper's Hole on Tortola. "We love the beauty and laid back feel of the place, the warmth of the people and find that each island has its own unique character and charm."

Andrew Warren took this photo of colorful buildings at Soper’s Hole on Tortola. “We love the beauty and laid back feel of the place, the warmth of the people and find that each island has its own unique character and charm.”

<br/>Mary Beth Wilson captured this picturesque view of St. Thomas at sunset from Caneel Bay Resort on St. John. "We feel at home there."

Mary Beth Wilson captured this picturesque view of St. Thomas at sunset from Caneel Bay Resort on St. John. “We feel at home there.”

<br/>Shandiz Shafaei captured this fiery sunset on St. Thomas. "It's a great place to relax and recharge your batteries."

Shandiz Shafaei captured this fiery sunset on St. Thomas. “It’s a great place to relax and recharge your batteries.”

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