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Chasing the Colors of the BVI

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Red, gold, and green—and blue and gray too. The British Virgin Islands pulsate with all the shades of the rainbow, and then some. Here’s a palette of hues that embody the many pleasures of the BVI.
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Loblolly Bay, British Virgin Islands
Aquamarine, turquoise, sapphire, cerulean: Any and every shade of blue can be found in the BVI. The 50-plus islands and cays here are lapped by the Caribbean Sea, an ever-undulating artist’s canvas that’s delightfully stuck in a blue...
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Long Bay, British Virgin Islands
One of the most fascinating aspects of the BVI for beachgoers is the sheer array of sandy shores to explore. On Jost Van Dyke, the sand at White Bay skews more toward the white-gold end of the spectrum and gives way like piles of sugar beneath...
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Until you’ve snorkeled or gone scuba diving in the gin-clear waters of the BVI, you’ve only seen half of the picture of this paradise. Beneath all that beautiful blue water lies a world of swaying red and pink corals, purple sea fans,...
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Mount Sage, British Virgin Islands
Green is for the beautiful British Virgin Islands themselves. And while Hurricanes Irma and Maria did a number on the tropical foliage blanketing the islands, it’s already growing back at places like Mount Sage National Park (seen here), the...
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British Virgin Islands
Gray may not be the color of most tropical dreams. But in the BVI, the islands’ most famous landmark is the cool gray of granite. At The Baths National Park on the southwestern tip of Virgin Gorda, huge granite boulders that are the result...