Tropical beauty graces the British Virgin Islands, where cares grow quiet, and time stands still. Hidden coves, turquoise bays and white-sand beaches await all who escape to their unblemished shores. Visitors will soon discover a delicious, mellow energy as they enjoy the destination's features.
Yachtsmen can ride calm currents and steady trade winds from one secluded beach to another. Full-moon parties follow glorious days on the sparkling, Caribbean water. Swimmers, sunbathers and water-sports lovers will also know the deepest satisfaction. Gorgeous reefs and captivating shipwrecks will hold endless appeal for divers, while walks through botanic gardens will the reveal the archipelago's waterfalls and exotic plants. Visitors can't leave without seeing how the finest rum is made at a distillery that hasn't changed much since the mid-1800s.
Tortola (Turtle Dove) is the largest island in the British Virgin Islands archipelago. Travellers can look forward to a charming land of rolling hills and sandy beaches, where time flows with the grace of waves lapping on shore. Mount Sage lies at its centre.... see full details
Cane Garden Bay
Cane Garden Bay is Tortola's most popular beach and a favourite anchorage for sailors. It's also the preferred location for swimmers, sunbathers and water-sports enthusiasts. The area is the centre of the island's nightlife, featuring seaside bars, restaurants and Caribbean-style entertainment. Travellers will find a... see full details
J.R. O'Neal Botanic Gardens
Located in the centre of Road Town, Tortola, the splendid J.R. O'Neal Botanic Gardens are a must for fans of the Caribbean's tropical flora. Pathways wind beneath floral pergolas, through a mini rainforest and passed a variety of ponds, waterfalls and exotic, indigenous plants.... see full details
Smuggler's Cove is the perfect place for those who prefer serene and uncrowded beaches. Travellers can access the remote spot via a rutted dirt road, and enjoy the Caribbean beach's classic beauty at the end of it. Pristine white sand, turquoise water and... see full details
The Callwood Distillery is a must-see attraction. Located in Cane Garden Bay, it manufactures delicious rum the old-fashioned way. The Callwood family have owned the distillery since the mid-1800s and it doesn't appear to have changed much since then. Indeed, the facility still uses... see full details
Virgin Gorda's coastline is a magical world of caves, pools and coves. Its secluded beaches and safe anchorages make it popular among sun chasers and yachtsmen. The island's idyllic beaches are perfect for lounging and water sports. Handsome Bay, Big Trunk Bay and Savannah... see full details