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Best British Virgin Islands hotels 2020: YOUR Top 10 hotels in British Virgin Islands

What are the best British Virgin Islands hotels in 2020? Travelers review and rate the hotels on various travel websites, and we compiled the data to rank them. Check the most popular and the best rated hotels el British Virgin Islands!

Hotels in rating:
1. Guana Island
2. Anegada Beach Club
3. Sugar Mill Hotel
4. Mango Bay Resort
5. Rosewood Little Dix Bay
6. Peter Island Resort and Spa
8. Bitter End Yacht Club
9. Fort Recovery Beachfront Villa & Suites Hotel
10. Sebastian's on the Beach

Hotels and resorts that was close to TOP 10:
Leverick Bay Resort
Cow Wreck Beach Resort
Fischer's Cove Beach Hotel
Icis Villas
Pusser's Marina Cay Hotel and Restaurant
Nanny Cay Marina & Hotel
Anegada Reef Hotel
The Heritage Inn
Maria's by the Sea
Neptune's Treasure
Rhymers Beach Hotel
Sea View Hotel
Moorings Mariner Inn Hotel
Elm Beach Suites
Village Cay BVI Hotel
Hotel Castle Maria
Sands Hotel
Villa Majesty
Fort Burt Hotel
The Wheelhouse
Prospect Reef Resort
Hodge's Creek Marina Hotel
Treasure Isle Hotel
Cooper Island Beach Club
Ke Villas
Mongoose Vacation Apartments
Perfect Pineapple Guest Houses
The Sea Crest Inn
Hummingbird House
Gordian Terrace
Virgin Gorda Village
Ivan's Stress Free Guest House & Campground
Ali Baba's Heavenly Rooms
Beef Island Guest House
Carries Comfort Inn
Rudy's Mariner Inn
JY Harbour View Marina
A&L Inn
White Bay Villas & Seaside Cottages

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The British Virgin Islands are home to some of the most luxurious and rustic resorts in the world. Teri explores the Scrub Island Resort on Scrub Island and Little Dix Bay and Birras Creek Resort on Virgin Gorda.



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Top10 Recommended Hotels in British Virgin Islands, Caribbean Islands

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Top10 Recommended Hotels in British Virgin Islands, Caribbean Islands: 1. Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina, Autograph Collection *****
2. Peter Island Resort & Spa *****
3. Bitter End Yacht Club ****
4. Long Bay Beach Club ****
5. Fort Recovery Villa Suites Hotel ****
6. Rosewood Little Dix Bay *****
7. Sebastian's on the beach hotel ***
8. Villa Sirenetta *****
9. Anegada Reef Hotel ***
10. JY Harbour View Marina ***

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1. Scrub Island, VG1120 Virgin Islands (British), VG1120 The Mill, British Virgin Islands, From € 348
This property is 1 minute walk from the beach. This beachfront complex is located in Scrub Island, on the West South Bay Beach. It offers an outdoor pool, a private beach area, free Wi-Fi and ocean views.
2. Road Town, VG1110 Anderson, British Virgin Islands, From € 680
High on the peak of a mountain overlooking White Bay Beach, Peter Island Resort features an extensive garden and a sun terrace with swimming pool and hot tub. It is located 1 km from the The Rhone dive site and 3 km from the Norman Island. Peter Island is an island located 6.4 km south of Tortola.
3. North Sound, Virgin Gorda, 0000 Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands,
Offering an outdoor pool and a restaurant, Bitter End Yacht Club is located in North Sound, Virgin Gorda. It boasts excellent sea views and on-site water sports like sailing and diving. Rates include three daily meals, use of the club fleet and a introductory sailing course.
4. Long Bay Road, West End, VG9999 Road Town, British Virgin Islands, From € 311
This property is 2 minutes walk from the beach. This stunning Virgin Islands resort boasts on-site dining, free Wi-Fi and free local calls in all rooms. It's a 5-minute drive from the West End Ferry Terminal.
5. West End, Tortola, VG 1110 Freshwater Pond, British Virgin Islands, From € 179
This tropical hotel offers a private pool and private beach overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Guests have access to beach and pool equipment. The villas feature a full kitchen area.
6. Lee Road, The Valley , VG 1150 Spanish Town, British Virgin Islands,
Featuring 7 beautiful beaches accessible only by sea, this tropical resort on Virgin Gorda includes a cliff-side spa overlooking Little Dix Bay. On-site restaurants are also available.
7. Apple bay West ENd P.O. Box 441, VG1110 Road Town, UK Virgin Islands, From € 149
Featuring free WiFi and a barbecue, Sebastian's on the beach hotel offers pet-friendly accommodation in Road Town. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Free private parking is available on site.
8. 1050 St. Bernard's Road, VG1002 Freshwater Pond, UK Virgin Islands, From € 1,679
Villa Sirenetta offers accommodation in Belmont Estates. The villa is equipped with air conditioning and free WiFi. Free private parking is available on site.
9. Setting Point, 305498 The Settlement, UK Virgin Islands, From € 136
Located on the southwest coast of Anegada, this tropical hotel is directly on the white sandy beaches of the Caribbean Sea. It features an on-site restaurant and spacious rooms with a garden or ocean view.
10. East End, VG0000 East End, UK Virgin Islands, From € 102
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, JY Harbour View Marina offers accommodation in East End. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant and pool and within a 20 minute walk arrive at the beach. Free private parking is available on site.

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The British Virgin Islands are a British overseas territory. The country is administered under a constitution that came into effect in 2007 and provided greater internal self-government.

The British Virgin Islands comprise four larger islands – Tortola, Anegada, Virgin Gorda, and Jost Van Dyke – and 50-some smaller islands and cays. They're a British overseas territory, and as such its culture is a mix of European, Caribbean and African facets.

The best time to visit the British Virgin Islands is from September to November, before the crushing crowds of the winter holidays. Though the fall months see the highest amount of precipitation, they also welcome some of the lowest hotel rates you'll find all year.

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ST. THOMAS TOP 10 things to do US VIRGIN ISLANDS | 2021 | Traveling during Covid-19

Hi everyone, welcome back to my channel! Over the last 4 years, I’ve been lucky enough to visit the Caribbean Island of St. Thomas, 4 times. So with those trips under my belt I felt it was finally time to make a much requested Top 10 video of things to do in St. Thomas! Despite Covid 19, you can still travel to the Virgin Islands, just make sure to provide a negative covid test. But okay guys, without further ado, let’s jump into my top 10 list!

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COVID-19 RELATED: Disclaimer: We traveled to St. Thomas in December/January 2021 during the Covid-19 pandemic. This meant that we all needed a negative covid test before entering the island. But the rules change all the time, so please do your own research before traveling.

Please let me know if you agree with the list, if I forgot anything, or if you have done any of these activities yourself! The comment sections on my last videos have exploded with many of you telling me you are going there! That is so exciting, and I’m so happy my videos can help you have an even better experience on the island! Thank you all so much for watching, and I look forward to hearing from you in the comments! We just reached 13.000 subscribers in our little community, and I’m so incredibly thankful!

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0:46 - 10. Renting a car
01:54 - 9. Restaurants of St. Thomas
02:38 - 8. Charlotte Amalie
03:15 - 7. Water Island
04:45 - 6. Snorkeling at Coki Point
05:65 - 5. The USVI Carnival
06:25 - 4. Explore the beaches
07:12 - 3. Renting a villa/airbnb
08:34 - 2. Day trip to St. John
09:43 - 1. Island Hopping



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Things To Do In Tortola

Things To Do In Tortola:Tortola and most of the British Virgin Islands are mountainous, and while they boast verdant-green hills, the climate and vegetation are much drier than many Caribbean isles. In Tortola, cactus and succulents are more common than ferns, and rushing streams and waterfalls are virtually nonexistent. The dry climate of the islands has a beneficial side effect: because of the lack of runoff, the water clarity is dependably higher than many other places in the Caribbean.

For that reason, Tortola and the BVI are a popular destination for divers and snorkelers. The protective effect of the islands surrounding Tortola causes the seas to be calm most of the time, making the region an attractive destination for those prone to motion sickness during small-boat excursions. The steady winds and calm seas also make Tortola and the BVI one of the world's premier yachting regions. Sailing excursions should be at the top of every interested visitor's list.

A visit to Tortola also offers a chance to experience other islands in the BVI chain. These include Norman Island, Jost Van Dyke, Peter Island, Marina Cay and Virgin Gorda. All are within reach for a day trip from Tortola, assuming you have a full day in port. This is not the case on all itineraries, so be sure to check ferry and ship schedules carefully before departing.
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British Virgin Islands Drone Flight: The British Virgin Islands, part of a volcanic archipelago in the Caribbean, is a British overseas territory. Comprising 4 main islands and many smaller ones, its known for its reef-lined beaches and as a yachting destination. The largest island, Tortola, is home to the capital, Road Town, and rainforest-filled Sage Mountain National Park. On Virgin Gorda island is the Baths, a labyrinth of beachside boulders. The British Virgin Islands shelter dive sites like the 19th-century RMS Rhone off of Salt Island, one of the few Caribbean shipwrecks visible to snorkellers. Quiet Jost Van Dyke island, a common charter-boat stop, has a few waterside bars serving the locally famous Painkiller cocktail. It also has 2 notable beaches: tranquil White Bay and Great Harbour, which hosts a lively New Years Eve celebration. The coral-limestone atoll of Anegada, famous for its lobster, is a remote island thats home to a sanctuary for birds like flamingos. [wikipedia // Google]

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The Caribbean is a region of the Americas that consists of the Caribbean Sea, its islands, and the surrounding coasts.
With its year-round warm climate, the soft white sand, turquoise water, waving palm trees breathtaking landscapes, the Caribbean is the perfect place to enjoy an idyllic retirement for many individuals.
There is a lot of variety between the Caribbean islands in terms of size, nature, languages, people, reachability, and the economy.
However, the one thing that connects them all is the joy of life. The Caribbean is paradise, but of course, with its own quirks and routines.
Every weekend feels like a vacation, people on the streets drinking, no mention of work.
Affordable Caribbean real estate can be found throughout the region, depending on whether you rent or own will makes a pretty big difference.
Jamaica, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Aruba, Honduras, and Belize have some of the cheapest properties.
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5. The Bahamas.
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3. Martinique.
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It was pretty easy to point out the most beautiful place in the British Virgin Islands for us. The Baths are without a doubt a very spectacular place and we had so much fun walking and crawling in the tunnels and finding new paths among the giant boulders. In this episode, we visit several islands in the BVI's and get to record a podcast on ”On the wind” with Andy and Mia from 59 North Sailing!

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Top 15. Tourist Attractions & Things to Do in Saint Croix, U S Virgin Islands: Buck Island Reef National Monument, Rainbow Beach, Point Udall, Frederiksted Pier, St. George Village Botanical Garden, Fort Christiansvaern, Cane Bay, Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge, Carambola Tide Pools, Isaac Bay, Buck Island Cove, Frederiksted, Christiansted

US Virgin Islands - Top Ten Things To Do

The USVI is one of the most popular island chains in the Caribbean with plenty of sunshine, water sports adventures and shopping. Whether you arrive by cruise ship, private yacht or airplane; you will find plenty to do.

Here are the top ten activities:
1) Magens Bay Beach: swim, water sports, hike & FUN
2) Duty Free Shopping: jewelry, perfume, fashion & more
3) Fort Christian: historic fort and museum of local history
4) Coral World: variety of sea life with close encounters
5) Mountain Top: beautiful panoramic views
6) Watersports: dive, snorkel, boating, fishing, paddle board & more
7) Drake's Seat: Sir Francis' favorite view to watch for enemy ships
8) St John: national park, marine life, pristine water & Cruz Bay
9) ST Croix: historic Christiansted & Frederiksted, shopping & golf
10) Day Trips: visit the British VI, the Baths, The Rhone & Tortola
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10 Best Caribbean Attractions

The Caribbean's best attractions and cruise excursions offer a chance for vacationers to embrace nature, go adventuring and experience wildlife up close.

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The most famous waterfalls in the Caribbean is located on Jamaica at Dunn's River Falls. Visitors climb the waterfalls in a daisy chain of people.

The climb up the rocks and through the splashing water is 600 feet and challenging, but it draws all ages and anyone who is moderately fit.

Other islands have numerous and sometimes more challenging hikes through rain forests before reaching waterfalls. Islands with well-known falls include St. Lucia, Trinidad, Dominica and Grenada.


Anyone with an interest in history will find Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, as a starting point for understanding the history of the Caribbean.

Sites include the forts of San Cristobal and El Morro, both built in the 1500s; and La Fortaleza, also built in the 1500s and the oldest governor's mansion in the Western Hemisphere still in use.

Many other Caribbean destinations such as the British Virgin Islands still have forts, buildings and churches dating back centuries to the time of the original Spanish, Dutch and British explorers.


People who take western Caribbean cruises will have the chance to try two activities popular on Central American stops -- canopying and cave tubing.

Canopying is common in countries such as Honduras and Costa Rica. Visitors climb a ladder up a tree as high as 100 feet into the air. They are strapped to zip lines and glide from one tree to another with views of rainforests, monkeys and mountains.

Fun seekers will find that cave tubing in Belize is the most popular adventure excursion in the country. Visitors go to Sibun Caves Branch Archaeological Park, where they jump into a grotto, sink into a large inner tube, and float down a river and through a series of dark caves once used by Mayans for religious ceremonies.


A half dozen destinations including Cancun and the Bahamas offer visitors a chance to swim with trained dolphins in large enclosed pens. People have a chance to be dragged through the water, thrown into the air and even get a hug.

Barracuda usually don't hug people, but for anyone with an interest in seeing them, various snorkeling trips at places like the U.S. Virgin Islands might provide a chance at spotting them.

Another swimming adventure is in Barbados, which is one of the few locations with excursions to swim with giant sea turtles that have become comfortable having people in the water with them.

The most famous experience with sea life is Stingray City off Grand Cayman. Vacationers can take excursion boats out to a sandbar where a large school of stingray have become used to swimming with people and even touching them. Visitors jump into the water, which is only three or four feet deep, and go snorkeling with the stingrays.

Vacationers will find an array of Caribbean attractions that will suit many interests and provide a chance to do more than spend time on the beach.

A Caribbean cruise or island vacation for most people means a cruise or spending time on the beach.

As someone who has traveled there more than 15 times, I can tell you that my best Caribbean travel tips include some great attractions and things to do.

Beaches make going there a fun family vacation, but it is the attractions that make it truly memorable.

Shore excursions for cruise visitors offer a chance to interact with sea creatures in the ocean (Stingray City), explore ancient ruins (Chichen Itza) and go on some of the adventures on this video (cave tubing in Belize).

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