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What do Do if You Have a Week in Virgin Gorda

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Virgin Gorda—supposedly named by Christopher Columbus because the island's coastline reminded him of a reclining woman—is the third-largest island of the BVI but has the second-biggest population. Take a sensuous journey through its 8.5-square-miles of romantic grottos and Spanish ruins, the perfect way to spend seven days.
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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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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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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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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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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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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
This local favorite has been around since 1996 when it opened as a waterside café at the Biras Creek Resort. Today it’s become one of the hottest spots on the island … literally. Their hot sauce is renowned for leaving its mark on unassuming...
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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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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, 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....