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How to Spend One Month in the BVI

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The British Virgin Islands is an island-hopper’s paradise. With more than 60 options to lay anchor, visitors don’t even have to set foot on the same island twice in the course of a month in the territory.
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British Virgin Islands
BVI is home to 60 different islands and cays, and it would be a shame to only stay on one. Whether it’s by ferry or a chartered yacht, island hopping is a breeze in the BVI. Catch a ferry and spend the day exploring Virgin Gorda, Jost van Dyke,...
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British Virgin Islands
Full Moon parties take place each month during the time that a full moon illuminates the sky. These parties are infamous throughout the BVI, and celebrations at well-known local bars like Bomba Shack and Foxy’s draw in crowds who sip on...
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Guana Island, British Virgin Islands
With seven beaches and 850 acres of untouched tropical scrub, Guana Island can be your own private paradise. To make the experience even more exclusive, the resort can arrange for a local boatman to take you to a castaway picnic on a secluded...
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Lee Road, Valley, Spanish Town, British Virgin Islands
This property is currently closed until late 2019 for hurricane-related repairs. 

Experience ‘voluntourism’ at Rosewood Little Dix Bay by joining the Association of Reef Keepers (ARK) and helping find and tag wild sea turtles....
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British Virgin Islands
If your idea of paradise includes a thatched-roof tent overlooking an azure sea, then Anegada Beach Club is the resort for you. Just don’t expect to rough it here—the beachfront and ocean-view glamping lodgings at this recently...
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Kingston, British Virgin Islands
Referred to as "The Church of the Africans," St. Phillip's Anglican Church is the oldest remaining church built specifically for and by persons of black heritage in all the Americas. The church is located on private property in Kingstown,...
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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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British Virgin Islands
The BVI is home to world-renowned spas such as Scrub Island’s Ixora Spa or The Spa at Peter Island. Most spas offer a full range of services, and some offer private massage right on the beach for the ultimate relaxation experience.
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British Virgin Islands
The BVI’s white sand beaches are best known for being pristine and untouched. From Tortola’s Cane Garden Bay to Jost Van Dyke’s White Bay, the BVI has countless beaches for travelers looking to relax and soak up some sun, and, with so many to...
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Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands
This iconic dive site located off Little Jost Van Dyke is full of marine life and overhangs that attract fishes like glassy minnows, fairy basslets, and juvenile angelfishes. Look for a large formation of pillar coral and a series of huge...