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The British Virgin Islands have always been a great escape from day-to-day life for the extravagant traveller. Sadly, it is not the ideal destination for people with tight budgets. As the name states, this British overseas territory continues to be one of the topmost luxury destinations in the Caribbean due to its virgin and wholesome landscape.
The archipelago has 4 primary islands – Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost Van Dyke. Billionaires often visit Tortola on their yachts and party like there’s no tomorrow. Cane Garden Bay and Brewers Bay are Tortola’s must-visit places and when it comes to activities, diving, exploring the shipwrecks and sailing top the list. Tortola is also home to the capital of BVI – Road Town.
BVI’s third-largest island Virgin Gorda is famous for its amazing volcanic rock formations. You can explore ‘the Baths’ with its sky-high boulder formations or choose to hike to Gorda Peak for a panoramic bird’s-eye view of the entire island. The island’s white-sand beaches like Savannah Bay and Devils Bay also attract visitors. Anegada – the second-largest island in BVI lies northeast of Tortola and Virgin Gorda. Upon reaching Anegada, you will instantly feel the calmness in the atmosphere and the slow pace of life. The flat, desert landscape will make you feel you are in a different world altogether. Anegada is home to tranquil beaches like Loblolly Bay and Cow Wreck Bay. The smallest of BVI’s primary islands, Jost Van Dyke is known for its verdant hilly landscape and white-sand beaches. Some of the island’s major highlights are Great Harbour, White Bay and Bubbly Pool.
Apart from the four main islands, there are over 50 small islands that make up the archipelago of the British Virgin Islands. Yachting is a popular way to explore the archipelago, which also allows you to visit the islands at your own pace. A trip to BVI might cost you a fortune, but that’s the price for exclusivity.
BVI is comprised of 4 primary islands: Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost Van Dyke.
beaches, resort, and secluded coves
French and Indian cuisine
historic buildings in Marigot
black-sand beaches, coral reefs, cliffs and shoreline caves
volcano-related day trips