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Tortola, British Virgin Islands
The combination of the scalloped awnings and colorful facades of the buildings found along the historic Main Street in Road Town makes it feel like you’re walking down a row of Caribbean ginger bread houses. The buildings on this street are some...
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This beach was one of my favorites in Tortola. I would likely say the same about every beach I've been to in Tortola so don't mind me. I will say, however, the mosquitoes are rampant as the sunset nears. Bring repellent! I also had a wicked Pain...
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Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Tortola Pier Park opened in 2015 with the mission to welcome visitors to the island in an authentic way. Local artists, stilt walkers, authors, musicians, and storytellers gather here daily to practice their art and showcase the island’s cultural...
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Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands
Jost Van Dyke has some of the best beach bars in the Caribbean, and the best ones are located on the stretch along Great Harbour and White Bay. Many are “pour your own” style, so take it easy on the Painkillers as you walk from one bar to the...
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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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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, 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...
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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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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 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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If you happen to visit Tortola, be sure to head to the infamous Bomba Shack. While I never seem to make it there when they have their full moon parties, I was able to check out a live reggae band and otherwise good rum concoctions during the day...
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Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Only in its third year, the Tortola Torture has already been dubbed “The Torture” due to its distance (33.74 miles), elevation change (more than 12,000 feet), heat, humidity, and gradients (steepest gradient is 33.33%). Although the name may scare...
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Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Considered one of the best wreck dives in the Caribbean, divers can swim past portholes, cabins, and the propeller while exploring the RMS Rhone, a UK Royal Mail Ship owned by the Royal Steam Packet Company. The Moorings Ultimate Dive Vacations...
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Johnsons Ghut Rd, Road Town, British Virgin Islands
This tour is a must-do while on the island. The Original Virgin Canopy Tour offers a unique way to take in the beautiful views of Tortola. Starting at the top of Johnson’s Ghut and coasting above the island’s mountainous terrain, the canopy tour...
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Devils Bay, British Virgin Islands
Devil's Bay in Virgin Gorda is, in my opinion, the best beach of the Caribbean. It is secluded ( I was literally alone for more than half the time). The sea is gorgeous, the sand is perfect, and is it truly a magical experience. If you are looking...
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Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
The Yacht Club Costa Smerelda (YCCS) isn’t open to the public, but you can’t miss a little public viewing with a boat ride past this stunning marina. Modeled after its sister yacht club in Sardinia, the YCCS welcomes only the most luxurious yachts...
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Spanish Town, British Virgin Islands
The BVI’s crystal clear waters offer perfect conditions to enjoy a range of watersports, from sailing and kiteboarding to stand-up paddleboard yoga. Most resorts in the BVI have their own watersport offerings, such as Virgin Gorda’s Bitter End...
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Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
Pusser’s rum cakes are famous around the world (there’s even an outpost for them in Germany!). Pusser’s has been selling this delicious little cake since late ’70s although the recipe dates back more than 300 years when it was used by the Royal...
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Lee Road, Valley, Spanish Town VG 1150, British Virgin Islands
Standing on a stunning beach in Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands of the Caribbean, I felt enveloped in the warmth of the sun and the breezes from the sea. The water lapped the shore, birds sang in the sea grape bushes, and a boat quietly...
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Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
Although the food and drinks are great at Mermaid's Dockside Bar & Grill, part of the overall experience is to sit back and watch the giant tarpon swim beneath the dock. Looking to see the tarpon at their finest? Go at sunset when they crowd the...
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British Virgin Islands
There’s no dock at the Soggy Dollar Bar, so sailors have to swim to shore to spend their “soggy dollars” on the strong drinks mixed there. The bar is the birthplace of the “Painkiller,” a cocktail made with Pusser’s rum, pineapple juice, cream of...
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Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands
Caribbean lobsters don’t have pinchers or claws, and it seems like the best ones flock to the shores surrounding Sidney’s Peace and Love. This place has become popular over the years, so it’s a good idea to call ahead to reserve a lobster before...
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This property is closed due to damage caused by Hurricane Irma.

Tucked behind towering palms and white sandy beaches, this hotel is White Bay’s best-kept secret. The cottages here are either beachfront or garden view, and come with both an...
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Great Harbour, British Virgin Islands
Foxy’s annual Old Year’s Night celebration has been a staple on Jost Van Dyke for decades. For one night, Foxy’s opens up both the Outback and Beach levels with no cost to roam between the two. DJs will be spinning on the beach with bands blasting...
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The bar at Ivan’s is famous for its iconic laid-back vibe, and was the site for filming Kenney Chesney’s “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems,” music video. But Ivan’s is also a great place to call it a night, with equipped campsites, cabins, and bare...
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Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands
At only 3 square miles, it’s easy to walk around this petite island, but remember to wear the right shoes! Although Kenney Chesney filmed his video for “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems,” on this island, proper footwear is necessary for navigating...
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Sandy Cay, British Virgin Islands
The 60-plus cays and isles of the British Virgin Islands—most of them uninhabited—inspire castaway fantasies; charter a boat in Tortola, sail it yourself to Sandy Cay, and you can fulfill them for an afternoon. Once part of Laurance S. Rockefeller...
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British Virgin Islands
Referred to by locals as “Treasure Island” due to the island’s legendary past as many pirates’ favored spots for stowing treasure, Norman Island is said to have been one of the islands that inspired Robert Louis Stevenon’s famous novel of the same...
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Cooper Island, British Virgin Islands
Scuba divers flock to this diving paradise, as the island sits right on the cusp of “wreck alley.” On shore, the island is home to a handful of private homes and one seriously cool eco hotel (the Cooper Island Beach Club) that makes their own...
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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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Peters Island, Peters Island, 801, British Virgin Islands
This property is currently closed for the duration of 2018 for hurricane-related repairs. 

Peter Island is “an oasis of tranquility,” known as much for its five flawless beaches as its word-class spas and luxurious ocean view...
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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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Necker Island, British Virgin Islands
This 74-acre gem is owned by Sir Richard Branson. Surrounded by coral reefs and fringed with white-sand beaches, the beautiful island can be hired exclusively by groups of at least 34 people. Individuals, couples, or families can still enjoy a...
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Marina Cay, British Virgin Islands
This lesser-known Caribbean island served as the backdrop for the 1959 movie Virgin Island, starring John Cassavetes and Sidney Poitier. The film recounted writer Robb White's adventure with his wife Rosalie "Rodie" Mason after buying the island...
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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
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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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...
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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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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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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...