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12 Reasons We Love the BVI

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Spend the morning swimming in secluded grottos, the afternoon hopping from island to island by private yacht, and the evening sipping rum at a beachside full moon party. From refreshing swills to cavernous thrills, here are more reasons we’re bonkers for the BVI.
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British Virgin Islands
This natural playground is a unique geological wonder that was formed through the islands' volcanic activity. Today the area is a National Park, and it offers an amazing place to spend the day winding through the crevices of the waterside granite...
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British Virgin Islands
The view alone is enough to make the trek out to this Virgin Gorda gem. Hog Heaven’s patio is perched high in the cliffs of the island, and offers stunning views over Bitter End, Mosquito Island, and Necker Island. This casual restaurant serves...
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South Side of Tortola, Nanny Cay, Road Town VG1110, British Virgin Islands
You don’t have to be a millionaire to sail like one, especially if you reserve a yacht charter. Most of the ships from Yachts and Friends come with a captain and crew, meaning all you and your traveling companions have to do is show up and relax....
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N Sound Rd, Spanish Town, British Virgin Islands
This property is currently closed until 2019 for hurricane-related repairs.

After a week of migrating from gorgeous beach to gorgeous beach on Virgin Gorda, my traveling companions and I were ready for a change of pace. That is, heading to a...
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Ever wonder what it would be like to swim in champagne? You can find out at the Bubbly Pool. Just take a taxi from Great Harbour to Foxy's Taboo bar on the north side of the island. From there it's a short walk to the pool. As waves role in from...
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British Virgin Islands
If you live in the British Virgin Islands, the arrival of the full moon is a perfectly legit reason to whoop it up. At Bomba's Shack, a mishmash of haphazardly nailed together boards and signage that passes for a beach bar, the monthly celebration...
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Stevens Pasture, Spanish Town, British Virgin Islands
AFAR asked me what my favorite local hangout is and it's this spot. CocoMaya, not even a year old, is the new restaurant on island. With a Latin Asian fusion menu you can get things like Duck Nachos, Pad Thai (it's seriously out of this world),...
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Scrub Island, VG1120, British Virgin Islands
This property is partially open after hurricane-related repairs and will be fully functioning by July 2018. 

Scrub Island is one place where being shipwrecked might actually be a good thing—pity that dockside boat slips abound. Located...
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Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands
Amongst the many pristine bays and islands that make up the British Virgin Islands lies the smaller and less populated, Jost Van Dyke, home to the famous Soggy Dollar Bar and Ivan's Campground. Just a short ferry ride from Tortola's West End and...
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N Sound Rd, British Virgin Islands
At 1,375 feet above sea level, Gorda Peak is a moderately easy hike with a seriously picturesque reward at the end. The hike takes about 30 minutes each way, assuming you start at the upper parking area on North Sound Road. (By parking area, I...