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The British Virgin Islands are a cluster of more than 40 islands in the Caribbean Sea. With forested mountain peaks, extensive coral reefs, sandy beaches and ultramarine waters, the islands are noted for their beautiful scenery.
Tortola is the gateway to the island chain and home to the capital, Road Town. Stay a while to explore its attractions. Visit the 4-acre (1.6-hectare) J.R. O'Neal Botanic Gardens for its miniature rainforests and tropical birdhouses. Browse the Crafts Alive Market and learn about the islands’ cultural heritage at the Virgin Islands Folk Museum. Elsewhere on Tortola, hike through the rainforest of Mount Sage National Park.
Traveling between the islands in the chain is easy by air or sea. Take a ferry to Virgin Gorda and relax in the warm waters of the Baths. These are natural sea pools and grottos that have been formed by large granite boulders. Visit the deserted old sugar mills on Jost Van Dyke and sip a Painkiller cocktail in a beach bar. Photograph the Caribbean flamingos on Anegada.
With more than 100 dive sites featuring coral, canyons and wrecks, you’ll find much to explore under the waves. Dive off the island of St. John to see turtles. Look for angel fish, sea horses and rays at Angelfish Reef. Take the underwater snorkeling trail at the island’s Trunk Bay. One of the most popular underwater attractions is the shipwreck of the RMS Rhone. The Royal Mail Steamer sank in 1867 and is now a marine national park.
The islands lie east of Puerto Rico in the Caribbean Sea. There are no direct flight connections from the U.S. mainland or Europe, so many visitors come via San Juan, Puerto Rico.
With a subtropical climate, the British Virgin Islands have hot temperatures and sunshine on most days. The primary hurricane season is from June to November. Visit the islands, a great choice for those who want a blissful tropical retreat.
Perfect location, beautiful view and good food. This was our second time to stay here they did a great job with restoration after the 2017 hurricane. We plan to return in November.
The staff very nice and accommodating. Stayed for a business trip and will plans on staying next time. The room was big and comfortable. A/C worked great The cable/TV did not work during my entire stay T
The private beach was easily accessible and beautiful. It was quiet and transportation was arranged to and from location. Much of property is still under construction. There was no access to breakfast and only a packaged pastry provided. The coffee was instant with no cream provided. Geeta was very ...
From the time we landed to the time we left the service was amazing! The staff was accommodating and attentive to us! We were greeted by the shuttle crew with smiles and once we arrived at the Marina we were greeted by smiles and a lovely cold beverage. We were given a tour of the property and then ...
Did a one night stay on way to pick up a charter yacht that I was there to captain. Was a nice place with a good staff and had a good supper and breakfast. Room was cold and the shower hot what else can you ask for in a room. Will stay there the next time I go down to captain..
The staff was very Helpful and Pleasant. Rental Car company Alamo is located in the lobby of the hotel.
Fort recovery still needs a little improvement post hurricane. about half the rooms were open and the grounds were still being worked on. Not really the resorts fault, I am sure this is a beautiful property given another year, i think perhaps we were just a year to early. However, as far as convenience ...