Top Things to See and Do in the British Virgin Island!
Top Things to See and Do in the British Virgin Island!
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A guide to the British Virgin Islands with travelguru David Wickers. Covers how to get there and what to see and do once you arrive.
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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Come along with the creator and host of Travel Therapy TV, Emmy award-winning, Karen Schaler, as she shows us the top 25 things to do on in the British Virgin Islands. In this special British Virgin Islands travel guide Karen highlights the best island in the BVI, top BVI resort and hotels, the BVI's best restaurants and foodie finds, affordable activities and top BVI travel adventures.
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Virgin Gorda and The Baths - What to Do on Your Day in Port
This is a quick look at a shore excursion from Tortola to The Baths on Virgin Gorda. We were on the Norwegian Epic out of Port Canaveral, Fl. It was early January, 2017. The name of the tour was Virgin Gorda and The Baths. We purchased this tour onboard for $89 US. I checked NCL's website and they don't list this tour anymore. It has been replaced with Virgin Gorda Baths & Snorkel for $119 US. Our tour did not include snorkeling, but we brought our own gear and went anyway.
The tour starts with a 40 minute boat ride from the island of Tortola, BVI to Virgin Gorda. Then about a 15 minute bus ride to the top of a hill. It takes about 30 minutes to walk down to Devil's Bay and the start of the Caves, which aren't really caves. They are piles of huge boulders. If there were no crowds, it would take about 15 minutes to walk through to the other side. With the crowds, about an hour. The Baths are a really unique looking place. The Baths was formed by granite that eroded into piles of boulders on the beach. Some of them are the size of a bus. It was a lot of fun going on this excursion, but there are a lot of people who also wanted to see it. It was very crowded. And that would be OK if they went one way through the boulders, but they don't. In fact, there are many ways in and out depending on which way you come and how adventurous you are. The snorkeling was average for the Caribbean. Very clear water, but not a lot to see.
If you always wanted to see The Baths (as we did), you really should go, crowds or not.
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Tortola Pier Park is the island’s premier shopping and dining destination complete with a variety of restaurants and goods from locally-caught Caribbean fusion seafood eateries to family-friendly cuisines for all ages.
If you're lucky enough to be in the BVI for a vacation getaway, don’t forget to visit Tortola Pier Park in the heart of the capital Road Town for a fabulous treat of entertainment, great cuisine and the best shopping on the island.
Virgin Islands Best Beaches - My favorite USVI & BVI beaches
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These are the best beaches in the Virgin Islands! This video includes beaches from both the USVI and BVI. I filmed this video with GoPro HD Her03 Black Edition, GoPro HD Hero2 Dive Housing, Panasonic Lumix TS3 and Panasonic HC-V100M cameras. I hope that you enjoy this video and please share this video with others! Also, please be sure to subscribe to the IrixGuy Adventure Channel ( and enjoy all of my existing and future travel videos. Have a good day and thanks for watching!
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Honeymoon Beach St. John USVI
Trunk Bay St. John USVI (AKA Trunk Beach)
Lindquist Beach St. Thomas USVI (AKA Smith Bay St. Thomas USVI)
Coki Beach St. Thomas USVI (AKA Coral World Beach)
Bolongo Bay St. Thomas USVI (AKA Bolongo Beach)
Morningstar Beach St. Thomas USVI (AKA Marriott Frenchman's Resort Beach)
Bights Bay Norman Island BVI (AKA Pirates Bight Beach Norman Island)
White Bay Beach Jost Van Dyke BVI (AKA Soggy Dollar Bar Beach)
Jumbie Bay St. John USVI (AKA Jumbie Beach)
Magen's Bay St. Thomas USVI (AKA Magen's Beach)
Maho Bay St. John USVI (AKA Maho Beach)
Cinnamon Bay St. John USVI (AKA Cinnamon Beach)
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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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Things To Do In Tortola
Things To Do In Tortola gives some suggestions on how to spend your time while your cruise ship is docked in the British Virgin Islands.
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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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WATERFALL HIKES / DUNN'S RIVER FALLS
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.
TOURING HISTORIC PLACES
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.
ZIP LINING AND CAVE TUBING
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.
SWIMMING WITH DOLPHINS AND OTHER SEA CREATURES
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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