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If you're spending some time in Waterfront, Virgin Islands Folk Museum and Government House are top sights worth seeing.
If you're looking for some top things to see and do in Wickhams Cay 1 and surrounding area, you can visit Tortola Cruise Ship Port and Virgin Islands Folk Museum.
Though Purcell may not have many top sights, you can venture to the surrounding area to see attractions like Tortola Cruise Ship Port and Virgin Islands Folk Museum.
Though Horsepath may not have many top sights, you can venture to the surrounding area to see attractions like Tortola Cruise Ship Port and Virgin Islands Folk Museum.
While there might not be top attractions in Botanic Station, you can explore the larger area and discover places like Tortola Cruise Ship Port and Virgin Islands Folk Museum.
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Comprising more than 60 islands, the British Virgin Islands are part of a volcanic archipelago in the Caribbean. Dazzling beaches and stunning national parks combined with unique diving and sailing opportunities make this British overseas territory a paradise for holidaymakers.
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Day 1-3: Located on the island of Tortola, Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport is the main airport serving the British Virgin Islands. After you touchdown here, grab the keys to a rental car and make your way to beautiful Cane Garden Bay. Spend an evening partying with the locals at Quito’s Gazebo then wake up early and take a road trip to Sage Mountain National Park, Brewers Bay and the capital, Road Town.
Day 4-5: For more fun in the sun, head to the island of Jost Van Dyke. Laze on the soft sand at White Bay or don a mask and goggles and snorkel around the reef. Finish your days here with some cocktails and live entertainment at the famous Foxy’s Beach Bar.
Day 6-7: With its pristine beaches, peaceful coves and incredible landscapes, Virgin Gorda is arguably the most idyllic of the British Virgin Islands. Head to Devil’s Bay to admire the collection of sky-high boulders known as The Baths, enjoy stunning views at Gorda Peak National Park and catch a spectacular sunset at Savannah Bay.
Visiting in August? Don’t miss the three-day BVI Emancipation Festival, the biggest cultural event in the British Virgin Islands.
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