The British Virgin Islands
Commonly known as The British Virgin Islands (though officially named “Virgin Islands,”) this chain of islands is a British overseas territory located to the east of Puerto Rico and consisting of sixty tropical Caribbean islands, ranging in size from the largest, Tortola to tiny uninhabited islets.. The capital, Road Town, is situated on Tortola. The islands have a population of about 27,800, of which approximately 23,000 live on Tortola.
Tortola, The British Virgin Islands Things to Do
- Fun Land Activities include nature hiking in the many National Parks, exploring historic sites such as Old Government House Museum, Mount Health, Fort Burt, and the Copper Mine, bicycling, and daytrips over to other islands like Virgin Gorda and Jost Van Dyke.
- Fun Water Activities: Diving, sailing, boat charters, kayaking, kiteboarding, surfing, windsurfing, swimming with dolphin, and a host of non-motorized water sports.
- Fun Excursions include boat charters, dive trips, and helicopter tours.
Other British Virgin Island Points of Interest
- Cane Garden Bay: this beach on the northwestern side of Tortola is the home of the original Cheeseburger in Paradise at Stanley’s restaurant. It transforms into a dance club in the evenings with live music from the many local bars.
- Rhone National Marine Park: one of the world's top shipwrecks which sailed for the last time on Oct. 19, 1867 and sank near Salt Island. You can spot the ship's bow from the surface of the sea, but you'll have to dive some 80 feet down to explore the rest of the largely intact vessel and swim among the moray eels and octopus that now call the ship home. It is accessible via dive boats from Tortola ferry terminal.
Renowned as one of the world’s most elite and luxurious hideaways, Necker...
Long Bay Beach Club
When you want choices and options, Long Bay Beach Club is the perfect Caribbean resort...
A secluded private island resort adorned by five glistening white sand beached,...