Top 5 Things to do in the British Virgin Islands
Teri travels to the British Virgin Islands to explore the top things to do including sailing, diving, island hopping, indulging in spa treatments, and visiting the world famous Baths. Teri later visits the Bomba Shack on Tortola and talks with it's legendary owner, Bomba.
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When it comes to planning your dream Caribbean retirement, not all Caribbean islands are the same. Some offer more cosmopolitan environments, others more rugged. Others offer more luxury, others more affordability. But when it comes to finding that perfect mix of affordability, available real estate and sheer excitement, it may be better to look where others are not. These are the best places to retire that you may have never thought of.
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TOP 10 TROPICAL ISLANDS for Vacations and Honeymoons! (Best Tropical Islands)
Here's my list of the 10 best Tropical Islands to visit! These islands all have stunningly beautiful beaches, awesome activities, great culture, and warm weathers! In this top 10 list of tropical islands, I try to narrow down my favorite islands in no particular order. I would definitely recommend you travel to these places for vacation or a honeymoon.
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The list of the best islands to visit for vacations and honeymoons.
1. Maldives. Maldives is an island located in the Indian Ocean, and is a good way to kick off this list. Made up of more than 1000 coral islands, Maldives is known for blue lagoons and elegant reefs. Maldives is home to many tiki huts over clear waters, along with excellent resorts. So many beaches look completely natural and untouched, and the place itself looks like a potential heaven on earth. It’s a fantastic spot to relax while the sun sets.
2. Bora Bora. Bora bora is a tropical island located in South Pacific. Bora bora is a mountainous set of islands with wonderful blue waters. This is another island that has popularized tiki huts over the water. The shallow clear waters are great spots for kayaking and paddle boarding through. There are many opportunities to snorkel with fish and turtles, and this tropical location is a great life getaway.
3. Aruba. Aruba is an island located in the Caribbean, is great way to kick off this list. Home to baby blue waters, white sandy beaches, and pink flamingos. Here you can go snorkeling or rest on a beach beneath the palm trees. Walk through the soft white sand while drinking a nice refreshing beverage. A mix of Aruban culture, delicious food, and easy transportation gives Aruba a spot on this list as a tropical escape.
4. Turks and Caicos. A British overseas territory southeast of the Bahamas, these Islands are magnificent. Go on a wonderful snorkeling adventure or sightseeing tour through the warm Caribbean. Take a catamaran cruise or go parasailing hundreds of feet in the air. Take 4-wheelers through the sand! There’s so much to do here. If none of that sounds interesting to you, you won’t be disappointed relaxing on the soft beaches of Turks and Caicos.
5. Seychelles, An east African country located in the Indian Ocean, is a great island to visit. From beautiful ridged rock shores, to flat white sandy beaches, you will get mesmerized while watching the waves come in from the ocean. Honestly, the mix of boulders and gorgeous sand along the shores is something we haven’t seen much of in the previous islands. It gives the island an uninhabited feel, and makes you feel like you’ve escaped the real world. The vegetation and wildlife of the area will not disappoint you, and there’s so much you can do here similar to activities previously mentioned such as fishing, snorkeling, and hiking.
6. Fiji, famous for it’s overpriced water, is another island located in the South Pacific. A very popularized honeymoon spot, it’s gained popularity for good reason. There are several cruises you can go on around the area, along with a river rafting adventure! Take a dive in a mud pool, or zipline through the tropical trees. Snorkel in many areas around the islands, and experience Fiji’s rich culture! Fiji is a great adventure for all who visit, and is one more example of Heaven on Earth.
7. Curacao, an Island located off the coast of Venezuela, is a fantastic place visit in the Caribbean Sea. Curacao is a very colorful, festive, and cultural island and offers an experience like no other. Curacao has multiple beach coves, along with fantastic island views. If you can find access to these more secluded beaches, I really like Curacao. I would say this is one of the more commercialized islands on the list, but it still has plenty of natural beauty. There are plenty of activities to do outdoors, in the water, and in the city areas.
8. Martinique. A French based island located in the Caribbean, is a mountainous island with great natural beauty. Full of clean beaches, palm trees, and stunning cliffsides this place is a wonder. Explore gardens and venture on catamaran trips showing off the cliffsides of the island.
9. U.S. British Virgin Islands. I love these islands because there are so many parts of them that are relatively untouched. The beaches are clean and clear, and the water is stunning. There are many high-quality hotels and resorts along the beaches, and there are many places with cool mixes of boulders and water. Visit the baths, the bays, the coves, and Devil’s Bay National Park and you won’t regret it. The Bubbly pool and Dolphin Discovery Tortola are also amazing visits.
10. Boracay, located in the Philippians, is the only island featured on this list in Asia.
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Cane Garden Bay beach - Tortola (British Virgin Islands)
Cane Garden Bay beach, at the island of Tortola (British Virgin Islands) is probably one of the best urbanised beaches of the caribbean.
At only 15 minutes by car from Road Town, this beach is a perfect place to enjoy the caribbean travel spirit and the wonderful climate of the holidays in the tropic.
The beach has a large number of services such as bars, restaurants, sun loungers rental, etc ...
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8 things you should know about British Virgin Islands
Dayvee breaks down 8 fun facts about British Virgin Islands, and you can explore some of her adventures from her Lifeproof trip to BVI.
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Where to Stay in the British Virgin Islands
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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1) Anegada Island
2) Beef Island
3) Cane Garden Bay
4) Cooper Island
5) Jost Van Dyke Island
6) Long Bay
7) Necker Island
8) Peter Island
9) Road Town
The Virgin Islands, commonly known as the British Virgin Islands (BVI), is a British overseas territory located in the Caribbean to the east of Puerto Rico. The islands make up part of the Virgin Islands archipelago, the remaining islands constitute the US Virgin Islands and the Spanish Virgin Islands.
The official name of the Territory is still simply the Virgin Islands, but the prefix British is often used to distinguish it from the neighbouring American territory which changed its name from the Danish West Indies to Virgin Islands of the United States in 1917. British Virgin Islands government publications continue to begin with the name The Territory of the Virgin Islands, passports simply refer to the Virgin Islands, and all laws begin with the words Virgin Islands. Moreover, the Territory's Constitutional Commission has expressed the view that every effort should be made, to encourage the use of the name Virgin Islands.
The British Virgin Islands consist of the main islands of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke, along with over fifty other smaller islands and cays. About 15 of the islands are inhabited. The capital, Road Town, is situated on Tortola, the largest island, which is approximately 20 km (12 mi) long and 5 km (3 mi) wide. The islands have a population of about 27,800, of whom approximately 23,000 live on Tortola.
British Virgin Islanders are classed as British Overseas Territories citizens and since 2002 have had full British citizenship. Although the territory is not part of the European Union and not directly subject to EU law, its citizens are deemed to be citizens of the EU as well. Source :
Tortola Island Tour - British Virgin Islands
Land tour of Tortola, capital island of British Virgin Islands
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.
British Virgin Islands (BVI) in 4K, March 2018 (Post Irma)
Sailing in the British Virgin Islands (BVIs), March 2018. Despite devastation caused by Hurricane Irma, the islands are recovering. Visit and help the economy, it’s still a wonderful place to go!
- 00:00 White Bay beach, Jost Van Dyke
- 00:08 Reef at Loblolly Bay, Anegada
- 00:16 Norman Island, The Bight, Pirates, The Caves at Treasure Point
- 00:32 The Baths and Devil’s Bay, Virgin Gorda
- 01:04 Cow Wreck beach, Anegada
- 01:24 Loblolly Bay, Anegada
- 01:28 Setting Point, Anegada
- 01:30 Monkey Point, Guana Island
- 01:32 White Bay, Guana Island
- 01:36 Diamond Cay, Little Jost Van Dyke
- 01:38 Sandy Spit, Little Jost Van Dyke
- 01:40 Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke
- 01:44 White Bay, Jost Van Dyke
- 02:16 Great Harbour, Peter Island (Helia shots)
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DOs and DON'Ts // US VIRGIN ISLANDS
Allyson and I went to the US Virgin Islands and wanted to give you some basic tips, after having a few cocktails... After all we're just JTTHAGT!
DOs and DON'Ts I've thought of since filming:
- DO go to the British Virgin Islands while you're there. DON'T forget your passport!
- DO prepare for the rain - it might rain any time. DON'T let it deter you from having fun or doing what you want - it will most likely clear up again soon.
- DO try renting a car and exploring. DON'T forget that people drive on the left side of the road!
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Virgin Islands Budget Travel Advice
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This Virgin Islands are a fantastic place and are a short flight from the United States. Unlike Hawaii, the flight is much shorter, less expensive and the food and shopping once arriving is duty-free! The Virgin Islands can be a very affordable vacation destination with proper planning. Within this video, I explain how to vacation in the USVI on a budget. I explain how to find an awesome and inexpensive place to stay, as well as how to save money on food and other daily expenses. The most expensive part of a Virgin Islands vacation will the the airfare an stalking airfare prices to St. Thomas can enable cost savings there too! I hope that you enjoy this video and I encourage you to share this video with others! Also, please feel free to subscribe to the IrixGuy Adventure Channel ( and enjoy my other videos too! Filmed in 1080P HD with a Panasonic HC-V100M camera. Have a good day!
Top 10 BVI travel tips 2017
After taking my first trip to the British Virgin Islands, I found a few tips that will make your first time down there a little easier. A few of them seem like duh, but there is a reason they are on there. I hope you enjoy. Don't forget to leave a like and hit that subscribe button. Thanks for your time!
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Guide to the British Virgin Islands: Jost Van Dyke
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Jost Van Dyke (sometimes colloquially referred to as JVD or Jost) is the smallest of the four main islands of the British Virgin Islands, measuring roughly 8 square kilometres (3 square miles). It rests in the northern portion of the archipelago of the Virgin Islands, located in the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea. Jost Van Dyke lies about 8 km (5 mi) to the northwest of Tortola and 8 km (5 mi) to the north of Saint John. Little Jost Van Dyke lies off its eastern end.
Located in nearby White Bay is the Soggy Dollar Bar, another famous beach bar on the island. It is reputedly the birthplace of the popular drink known as the Painkiller. The Soggy Dollar bar is appropriately named because when built there was neither road nor dock. (There is now a road from Belle Vue, but still no dock). To reach the beach where the bar is located, it is a common practice for boaters to anchor off the beach, swim to shore, and pay for their drinks with wet money. Today, White Bay is lined with beach bars and is a very popular stop for yachts and boaters from Tortola, St. Thomas, and St. John. Group tours from the USVI and even small cruise ships are also frequent visitors.
On the east side of Jost Van Dyke, Foxy's Taboo is a locally famous lunch restaurant, bar, and gift shop. A dock is available for day boaters. Nearby, a natural rock formation called the bubbly pool is popular attraction. It gets its name from the bubbles that form in the water when waves crash against the rocks.
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