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Anegada

Anegada, an island 10 miles long by 2 1/2 miles wide with extensive salt ponds, reaches its highest point at 28 feet, hence its name which means the "drowned land." Of coral reef origins, Anegada has sixteen miles of sandy beaches with a pr...

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Beef Island


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British Virgin Islands

Though they are just miles from the U.S. Virgin Islands, the British Virgin Islands are vastly different in comparison. The atmosphere is more calm and peaceful, with an authentic, unspoiled Caribbean experience. But the low-key luxury comes at a pri...

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Cooper Island

Cooper island is a popular stop with boaters, and the local beach club makes for a relaxing beach getaway. Shipwrecks off the coast are popular with divers, and Cistern has excellent snorkeling.

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Frenchman's Cay


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Gorda Sound


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Guana Island


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Jost Van Dyke

Jost Van Dyke boasts several lovely beaches and picturesque Great Harbour, with its beach-side West Indian village. Jost is very popular with sailors and has several famous watering holes on its southern shore, including Foxy's Tamarind Bar.

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Marina Cay

Marina Cay, British Virgin Islands, is located off the northeast coast of Tortola's Beef Island and west of The Dogs. The 8-acre/3-hectare island is outlined by coral and offers a small beach and moorings. The ferry service at Trellis Bay on Beef Isl...

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Mosquito Island


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Necker Island

For the uber-well-heeled traveler, a visit to private Necker Island, British Virgin Islands, owned by Sir Richard Branson—founder of the Virgin Group brand—is paradise on earth. The resort has a maximum 28-person capacity and rents the entire island ...

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Norman Island

Norman islands has quiet the legendary history as having been host to dreaded pirates, and serving as the model for Robert Louis Stevenson's epic story, "Treasure Island." The island is now uninhabited and is mostly visited for it...

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Peter Island

The exclusive Peter Island is a tropical, private paradise. Non-motorized watersports keep it peaceful, hiking, spa sessions and leisurely hours spent on the stunning White Bay Beach, are all ways to spend the day on Peter Island. "The Loop"...

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Prickly Pear Island, BVI

This lovely island situated in the North Sound, east of Virgin Gorda became a BVI National Park in 1988 ... meaning no further development of the island will take place. Prickly Pear lays claim to several of the territory's most wonderful beaches inc...

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Salt Island

Salt Island is a small island located within the British Virgin Islands. The island attracts a lot of tourist who enjoy snorkeling and diving destinations. It is well known for the wreck of the iron RMS Rhone. The Rhone sank in a hurricane in October...

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Scrub Island


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Sir Francis Drake Channel

Sir Francis Drake Channel is a passageway running down the British Virgin Islands. This destination offers beautiful bright blue waters to explore.  Many visitors from all over the world enjoy activities such as whale watching, diving and sailin...

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The Dogs

For sailors and boaters alike, The Dogs, British Virgin Islands, are a popular diving venue located in the Sir Francis Drake Channel off the northwest coast of Virgin Gorda and east of Great Camanoe. The Dogs include the two Seal Dogs islands, George...

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The Indians


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Tortola

Tortola is the largest and busiest of the British Virgin Islands, though it's still far from frantic. It is a beautiful island, with lots to offer visitors—gorgeous beaches, hiking trails, stunning vistas, a laid-back atmosphere and easy access to gr...

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Trellis Bay


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Virgin Gorda

Enjoy the fabulous underwater world of the British Virgin Islands. For those who wish to get wet and enjoy the thrill of viewing coral formation and other marine life without diving, you can take a professionally guided snorkel tour of the famous No...

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Rising up like green gemstones out of the sparkling deep blue sea, the British Virgin Islands are known as the "cruising capital of the Caribbean." With hundreds of secret bays and hidden coves, they've been a haven for seafarers for centuries. The fine sailing and magnificent anchorages attract sailors from around the world, and most visitors still spend much of their time on the sea. They pull their boats into a marinas to eat beach side. Or they sail through to spend days as castaways on forgotten cays. The British Virgin Islands is the water sports capital of the Caribbean. The British Virgin Islands hold many more attractions. Anegada is a favorite spot for divers and fishermen. Sparkling sandy bays beneath striking cliffs are favorite stopping-off points for beach picnics or deserted beaches to soak up the sun or lie in the shade. Shady mountain trails can be hiked. Sophisticated shops. Friendly people. And ferries to take you from one enchanted island to another.
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British Virgin Islands


No golf. No glitter. Not much shopping. The British Virgin Islands (often referred to as B.V.I.) may be only a few miles/kilometers away from the U.S. Virgin Islands, but don't expect the tourist bustle of St. Thomas. The British Virgin Islands have spectacular sailing waters and coral reefs that surround them, calm and tidy towns, luxurious accommodations and upscale dining. For many, they are the perfect island getaway.

But, as with most things perfect and luxurious, the British Virgin Islands don't come cheap. The islands' emphasis on small, upscale resorts and their desire to appeal to well-heeled travelers result in a relatively pricey paradise with an exclusive atmosphere.

Although some dozen or so cruise ships visit the islands—with the majority of the cruise vessels visiting Tortola—you're more likely to see yachts. Sailors enjoy steady trade winds, short distances between islands, beautiful views and many sheltered coves where they can drop anchor. These are considered some of the finest sailing waters in the world. Scuba divers and snorkelers also relish the reefs, wrecks and clear waters off the islands.

By whatever means you visit the British Virgin Islands, expect a slow and restorative pace with plenty of time to enjoy the scenery. The panorama includes white crescent beaches nestled at the bottom of steep, green mountains and stunning views of neighboring islands from lofty lookouts.

The British Virgin Islands sustained severe damage during Hurricanes Irma and Maria in September 2017. Recovery is ongoing, but the islands' infrastructure has been restored and many sailing charter companies, hotels and other businesses have reopened. While other Caribbean islands, such as Barbuda, still have substantial infrastructure work to do, BVI is in a better position to welcome tourists.

Geography

Geographically, the British Virgin Islands are made up of approximately 60 islands, islets and cays. Some are hardly bigger than a good-sized rock, yet one is large enough to contain a 1,780-ft-/539-m-high mountain.

The four main islands are Tortola (the largest), Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke and Anegada. Almost all of the islands have protected coves and are dotted with thin crescents of blinding white sand and swaying palm trees. They lie on both sides of Sir Francis Drake Channel, about 60 mi/100 km east of Puerto Rico and immediately east of the U.S. Virgin Islands. All of the islands are volcanic in origin, except for Anegada and tiny Sandy Cay, which are limestone and coral atolls. Most are surrounded by coral reefs.

History

Water-going vessels have long been important to these islands. The original inhabitants—Ciboney, Arawak and Carib Indians—moved between the islands in their oceangoing crafts. In 1493, the islands saw the arrival of several larger boats commanded by an explorer in the service of Spain: Christopher Columbus. Shortly thereafter, pirate ships became frequent visitors to the islands, drawn by the same secluded coves that today harbor pleasure craft. Pirates continued to make use of the coves even after Dutch farmers settled on the islands in the mid-1600s.

The British gained control in 1672. They built sugar, cotton and indigo plantations on several of the islands and imported slaves. After slavery was abolished in 1834, the plantation economy came to an end. Most of the landowners abandoned their holdings shortly thereafter, leaving the islands to the former slaves and their descendants.

In the 1960s, Laurence Rockefeller's elegant resort on Virgin Gorda, Little Dix Bay, kick-started the travel industry, and the Cary family started its charter yacht company, The Moorings, on Tortola a few years later. Now tourism is the mainstay of the country's economy, although there is a burgeoning banking industry as well. Offshore registration to foreign companies looking to incorporate is an important economic engine for the islands.

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The main attractions of the British Virgin Islands include yachting, scuba diving, deep-sea fishing and bonefishing, snorkeling, hiking, sailing, swimming, windsurfing, horseback riding, bird-watching and relaxing.

These islands will appeal to those who want to enjoy crystal clear water against a backdrop of beautiful, hilly tropical isles. Go if you have the financial means and want to relax. If you need a lot of action, restaurants, nightlife and shopping, you'd be better off elsewhere in the Caribbean.

Potpourri

Flamingos were reintroduced to the British Virgin Islands after disappearing from the area decades ago. The birds were settled on Anegada as part of the Flamingo Restoration Project and have begun to reproduce, a sign that they like their new home.

Legend has it that the pirate Blackbeard once abandoned 15 troublesome members of his crew on Dead Chest Island, leaving rum as their only provision (they soon died). The event is recalled in the words of a well-known sea chantey: "Fifteen men on a dead man's chest/Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum."

Christopher Columbus is said to have named Tortola after a bird he saw upon arriving, the turtledove. However, it probably wasn't a turtledove he saw but a relative of the mourning dove.

The architect of the U.S. Capitol Building, William Thorton, was born on the island of Jost Van Dyke in 1759.

Smuggler's Cove, a beach on Tortola's north shore, was the setting for the movie The Old Man and the Sea.

The RMS Rhone, an 1867 Royal Mail Ship, is a famous shipwreck in the British Virgin Islands. The remains split into two halves, the stern settled at 30 ft/9 m and the bow sank to 80 ft/25 m. Parts of the suspense movie The Deep were filmed at the Rhone.




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