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British Virgin Islands

The British Virgin Islands - often referring to themselves as 'Nature's Little Secret'- are a cluster of small islands and cays, lying just to the east of San Juan. The emphasis here is on enjoying the unspoilt, undeveloped surroundings, with deserted stretches of beach on which to bask beneath the warm, sun-drenched skies, and the Caribbean sea constantly beckoning those who wish to sail the crystal clear waters or explore the beautiful, protected reefs. Virgin Gorda is perhaps the best known of the islands, with its stylish resort hotels and villas offering true barefoot luxury, and from where a short boat ride will take passengers to Tortola, the largest of the islands, where the capital of Road Town is filled with markets, boutiques and restaurants. Steeped in the history of the British Navy, the islands are ringed by shipwrecks, the most famous of which is the RMS Rhone, now a national marine park.

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Biras Creek Resort, Beef Island
Located on a 56-hectare peninsula and only accessible via the sea or by air, Biras Creek is one of the remotest luxury resorts in the Caribbean. The hotel is set among three distinct bodies of water with the main buildings looking out over the grand lagoon, part of the North Sound, a tranquil Caribb...    read more
Peter Island, Beef Island
Peter Island is situated across the Sir Francis Drake channel from the main island of Tortola and is the largest privately owned island in the British Virgin Islands, at 7 sq km. The Peter Island resort is a luxurious private retreat spread across the island. It has five white sand beaches to explor...    read more

Relax British Virgin Islands

White Bay on Jost Van Dyke offers an amazing beach and provides easy access to Great Harbour, where food and drink are aplenty; and sunbathing or snorkelling in the clear waters between the boulders of Virgin Gorda (more commonly known as The Baths) is a popular attraction.

Explore British Virgin Islands

The British Virgin Islands offers many activities for the explorer, whether it is hiking Sage Mountain National Park to admire the views, or diving at Rhone National Marine Park to explore the HMS Rhone shipwreck.

Sail British Virgin Islands

The warm trade winds provide for some excellent sailing whether you would rather sit back and admire the view or would like to take to the sail yourself. The clear water, sunshine and amazing views make this a rewarding endeavour regardless.