British Virgin Islands
Indulge your senses in the British Virgin Islands...
The scenery is colorful, the views are breathtaking, and the secluded spots are nothing short of stunning. The sailing and snorkeling are superb, the diving is arguably the best in the world, and the cuisine will delight your taste buds.
Upon immersing yourself in the BVI, feel the rejuvenating effects of warm weather, and a warm welcome. The tropical climate stays constant throughout the year, as does the hospitable nature of the local population.
For the perfect vacation destination, there’s no place like the British Virgin Islands. Comprised of four main islands – Anegada, Jost Van Dyke, Tortola, and Virgin Gorda – as well as over 50 smaller isles, the possibilities are endless here.
No matter where you drop anchor, discover a dream vacation in the BVI, whether you’re a first-timer or a returning visitor. Not to mention, chartering a yacht in the British Virgin Islands allows both rookies and seasoned sailors alike the added benefit of easy-breezy sailing between the four major islands, for maximum fun and enjoyment.
Visitors of Anegada can expect to be greeted by solitude and seclusion, as this is the least inhabited of the islands. There is one village, the Settlement, with two hotels, and a handful of inns, cottages, and guesthouses. If you seek isolated beaches paired with white sand and unique wildlife, then Anegada is the place to be. Rare rock iguanas and flocks of flamingos are frequently spotted here, as are turpentine trees and flourishing orchids. As the Virgin Islands’ only coral island, Anegada also comes with impressive snorkeling, diving, and fishing opportunities.
Jost Van Dyke
For sun, rum and fun, hit up Jost Van Dyke. This may be the smallest of the main islands, but it's jam-packed with good times and great food. The main village can be found along Great Harbour beach and is a mandatory stop for sailors of all kinds. Jost Van Dyke is also home to world-famous Foxy’s Tamarind Bar for those with a thirst for partying.
Known by locals as the “Land of the Turtledoves”, Tortola is the largest of the British Virgin Islands, and the home base for Footloose charters. If you’re looking for the best shopping, splendid beaches, and endless tasty cuisine, head straight to Tortola. And to kick things off in style, toast to your Tortola stay with an infamous Painkiller cocktail – a fruity concoction and a local favorite.
Loosely translated, the “Fat Virgin” is the third largest island in the BVI. Christopher Columbus is responsible for naming Virgin Gorda based on the view of the protruding mountain. Known for its luxury, this island has no shortage of lavish yacht clubs or first-rate resorts. In addition, Virgin Gorda is not lacking in cultural influence, which provides guests with an eclectic mixture of food, fashion, and fine art.