Discover the British Virgin Islands

Discovering the beauty of BVI is all about uncovering the unique character of each island in this unspoiled volcanic archipelago. From the culture and history of BVI’s four largest islands to the pristine natural splendor of more than 50 smaller isles, every place you encounter offers its own special magic.

Be drawn in by Virgin Gorda’s natural granite bolders. Rediscover play and adventure in Tortola. Let the island spirit move you on Jost Van Dyke. Glimpse perfection in Anegada. No matter where you visit, you’ll find friendly people, incredible beaches and recreational activities that exceed all expectations

Itinerary

Tortola & Jost Van Dyke

Discover the British Virgin Islands

Tortola & Jost Van Dyke

On arrival at Beef Island The main airport for the BVI transferrred to your hotel for 6 nights Tortola Sebastians by the sea -

Tortola Is the largest of the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean. It features several white-sand beaches, including Cane Garden Bay and Smuggler’s Cove. Road Town, the capital of the British Virgin Islands, has a harbor dotted with sailing boats and is known as a yachting hub. In the island's southwest, forested Sage Mountain National Park offers trails and sweeping views over neighboring cays - While staying on Tortola take a ferry to nearby Jost Van Dyke - the home of Foxy's one of the islands infamous musician and poet !!

Virgin Gorda

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Virgin Gorda

Transfer by Ferry from Tortola - Virgin Gorda transfer to - Guavaberry Spring Bay 5 nights

Natural beauty is in abundance and accessible via indigenous plant-lined trails, nature sanctuaries and natural wonders of our protected national parks. Hike to the island’s high point, Gorda Peak, for a splendid panoramic view of the surrounding islands.For a quintessential Caribbean vacation, stroll or swim at the unspoiled beaches at Savannah Bay, Pond Bay, Devil's Bay, Mahoe Bay or Spring Bay.

Evidence of the rich heritage of African, Indian and Spanish history is plentiful, from the Spanish ruins at Little Fort National Park to the Cornish Copper Mines, where the ruins are set against the azure sea at the island’s southwestern tip. This eclectic influence extends to Virgin Gorda’s local cuisine, shops, arts, fashion and gifts.

Anegada

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Anegada

Transfer by Ferry from Virgin Gorda to Anegada Transfer to Anegada Beach Club 3 nights

The only coral island in the Virgin Islands’ volcanic chain, Anegada is characterized by its nearly flat elevation, the striking coral reefs that surround it, secluded sandy beaches and clear springs bubbling from coral beds. A variety of wildlife special to the Virgin Islands area thrive on Anegada, including loblolly, frangipani, turpentine trees, feathery sea lavender and wild orchids. On the nature trail at Bones Bight, catch a glimpse of the rare rock iguanas native to the island, or discover the exotic birds at Nutmeg Point.

Return ferry to Tortola - As this is a suggested itinerary why not consider staying longer - we have many other hotels, Inns and Guesthouses to choose from

Tour Points

  • 6 Nights on Tortola
  • 5 Nights Virgin Gorda
  • 3 Nights Anegada
  • Trecking in National Parks
  • Snorkling presite waters
  • Connecting islands by local ferries
  • Telephone 01689 87 33 44 - email bookings@coast2coasttravel.co.uk

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