Great Harbour (Jost Van Dyke) – since Jost Van Dyke island is a small place (next to even Tortola), shopping options are limited to the small shops that are located here, such as “The Foxhole Boutique” (which sells sports apparel, tropical clothing & accessories, jewelry, giftware, Cuban cigars, local rums, and assorted gift items), “Wendell’s […]
D’Zandra’s (Wickham’s Cay I, Road Town, Tortola) – this jeweler carries mainly black-coral items laid out in gold & silver.
BVI Post Office (Blackburn Road, Road Town, Tortola) – this place would be of particular interest to stamp collectors. This post office carries a large collection of postage stamps with elaborate designs and art work, usually commemorating various international historic figures and celebrities.
Bitter End Yacht Club (North Sound, Virgin Gorda) – along with having a restaurant and bar, this yacht club also has several shops in this part of Virgin Gorda.
Best Of Britain (Wickham’s Cay I, Road Town, Tortola) – this is another grocer which is well stocked in food items from the UK, ranging from Marmite to Vegemite, shortbread, frozen meat pies, and Christmas crackers.
Soggy Dollar Bar (White Bay, Jost Van Dyke) — this is perhaps the best-known beach bar on Jost Van Dyke island. The Soggy Dollar is reputedly the birthplace of the popular BVI drink the “Painkiller”. This bar carries its name because when it was built, there was neither road nor dock (there is now a […]
Sebastian’s Seaside Grill (North Coast Road, Apple Bay, Tortola) – this restaurant books live bands on Sunday evenings to liven up this part of Tortola.
Quito’s Bar and Restaurant (North Shore, Tortola) – this bar is owned by local recording artist Quito Rhymer, who often performs on-site with his band (Tuesdays & Thursdays at 8:30 pm, and Fridays at 9:30 pm).
Pusser’s Road Town Pub (Waterfront Street, Road Town, Tortola) – this influential business also has a pub, where the local brew (John Courage brand beer) is served by the pint, as well as a favored mixed drink, called the Painkiller.