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Diamond Cay

Diamond Cay (Jost Van Dyke) — Diamond Cay, declared a national park in 1991, is located off Long Bay, Jost Van Dyke. Like most other islands that have been declared National Parks, Diamond Cay is a bird sanctuary. The 1.25 acre nesting site is home to several species of bird, including tern, boobies, and pelicans. […]

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Devil’s Bay Beach

Devil’s Bay Beach (Virgin Gorda) — accessible by boat or by walking through the trails of The Baths, this National Park beach offers pure white sand sprinkled with large granite boulders, as well as deep blue Caribbean waters rich with marine life and coral for captivating diving and snorkeling.

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Cane Garden Bay

Cane Garden Bay (Beach) (North Shore, Tortola) — A long and lovely curved bay that’s sheltered from heavy winds, Cane Garden Bay on Tortola’s north shore is a favored anchorage for boaters.  Swimming, windsurfing and other water sports attract tourists and BVI residents alike, who also enjoy the lively bars and restaurants that line the […]

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Apple Bay Beach

Apple Bay Beach (North Shore, Tortola) — known as “the Surfing Beach,” Apple Bay is home of the surfer’s bar, Bomba’s Shack, as well as a small community, guest villas, and Sebastian’s and Sugar Mill hotels. The beach’s best swimming is on its western end where the seabed has fewer rocks. The eastern portion is […]

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ATV Adventure Tour

ATV Adventure Tour (Jost Van Dyke) – visitors staying in Tortola can arrange bookings with their hotel for this unique tour of neighboring Jost Van Dyke Island (conducted by various local operators). From US$158 on, guests will be transported from Road Town (Tortola) to Jost Van Dyke island via boat (during the boat ride, guests […]