The British Virgin Islands
Despite being a British territory, the culture in the BVI is a mash-up of American, East Indian, Dutch, and African traditions. Basketball is more popular than cricket, and bush tea (an herbal tea made from native plants) is genearlly preferrable to black tea. Local fungi bands replete with guitars, ukuleles, washtub basses, scratch gourds, and triangles play every festival on the islands, and you’ll often see folk dance troupes dancing to the beat of their European and African melodies.