Tips & Tricks
Diving: along with the noted yachting activities off the waters of BVI, diving is another offshore activity here. BVI’s waters provide outstanding underwater visibility, healthy coral and a wide variety of exotic dive sites, with air temperatures between 80 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit year-round. Countless reefs, towering coral pinnacles, underwater caves, lava tunnels, canyons, massive […]
Tortola Dolphin Royal Swim (Road Town, Tortola) – tourists come here to interact with the dolphins. Event organizers first conduct a brief overview on how the dolphins live and what makes them so unique. Next, after participants put on safety jackets, they can enter the water with a trainer, where dolphins will give them a […]
White Bay (Beach) (Jost Van Dyke) – this secluded half-mile white sandy beach has reefs close to the shore, and is great for underworld exploring. It’s also consider a people-watching site during tourist season.
Performing Arts Series (H. Lavity Stoutt Community College, Blackburn Hwy., Paraquita Bay, Tortola) – a variety of Jazz and Classical music concerts take place here from September to May at the school’s auditorium. Check their website for updated info: www.hlscc.edu.vg
Long Bay Beach West (West End, Tortola) – this public beach is considered one of the best at Tortola. The water here is not as calm as Cane Garden, but it’s still swimmable. Long Beach Resort is close by, and visitors can rent water-sports equipment to maximize their time here.
Spring Bay Beach (off Tower Road – 1 mile west of Spanish Town ferry dock, The Valley, Virgin Gorda) — Sprinkled with boulders, this stretch of white sand is one of Virgin Gorda’s loveliest and features some of the BVI’s clearest waters. Some snorkel off its waters, while onshore, its grounds include swings and picnic […]