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The official name of the Territory is still simply the Virgin Islands, but the prefix 'British' is often used to distinguish it from the neighbouring American territory which changed its name from the 'Danish West Indies' to 'Virgin Islands of the United States' in 1917 …

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Anegada Island

At only 10 miles (15 km) long by 2.5 miles (4 km) wide, Anegada is affectionately referred to as the 'drowned' land for its numerous salt ponds and sunken feel, a mere 28 feet above sea level. If one plans to go to Anegada, they would enjoy miles of white sandy beaches and would eventually spot a Caribbean Flamingo, amongst other wildlife and plant life such as the Anegada rock iguana, Caribbean lobsters, not to mention a variety of fish, turtles, donkeys and cattle, making Anegada a priority destination for zoologists and botanists …

» British Virgin Islands Cruise Port

British Virgin Islands Cruise Port

The quintessential white sands, turquoise water and colorful architecture of the British Virgin Islands (BVIs) have long been part of every Caribbean cruiser's dream. There are 60 islands in all, but the most popular for a day in port are the main island of Tortola, Virgin Gorda with its famous rock formations known as the Baths, and the laidback beach-bum favorite, Jost Van Dyke. Snorkeling, sailing, fishing and beach shore excursions can take you from one island to another …

» Cane Garden Bay

Cane Garden Bay

Surfs up in the jewel of the British Virgin Islands, Cane Garden Bay. Located on the northwestern coastline of Tortola Island, this fabulous portion of the beach close to Road Town is a favorite amongst water sport enthusiasts. From surfing, boating, jet skiing, boogey boarding, to good old fashioned swimming, the Cane Garden Bay's spacious and well protected anchorage is a premiere destination for the anyone who likes getting in the water …

» Jost Van Dyke

Jost Van Dyke

For the barefoot island, casual is the name of the game for the 4-mile (6.4 km) long paradise known as Jost Van Dyke. The smallest island in the British Virgin Islands, visitors indulge in the many beachside bars and restaurants, protected anchorages, and of course its famous 'Lobster Feasts' at Stress Free Bar, rumored to be the best lobster in the Caribbean. Diving and snorkeling enthusiasts may enjoy the islands diverse and beautiful marine and exotic fish life …

» Sage Mountain National Park

Sage Mountain National Park

With the highest point located at an astounding 1,716 feet above sea level, Sage Mountain National Park is considered a hikers paradise, complete with majestic overlooks, tropical trees and 29 acres of an exotic forest that has been untouched for over 500 years. Aside from Sage Mountain's plentiful views and guided trails and maps along the way make the experience all the more easier; there is a roaring tropic wildlife full of Bo-peep tree frogs, lizards, a variation of crabs and ever-elusive bananaquits …

» Tortola


Considered a tropic masterpiece, Tortola sports a list of attractions and white sandy beaches that can keep anybody entertained throughout long or short stays. From its variety of water sports at popular Cane Garden Bay such yachting, surfing, swimming to its natural preserves and historic spots, there is more than enough to do in Tortola. Amongst its land based attractions is the site of former 17th century sugar plantation Mount Healty National Park and its sugar mill Mount Healthy Windmill, originally powered by horses …

» Virgin Gorda

Virgin Gorda

Virgin Gorda is not as popular compared with the rest of the British Virgin Islands, yet beholds comparable and unique beauty that makes visiting the third-largest island a must. Perhaps its most attractive feature, Virgin Gorda contains the geological wonder known as 'The Baths,' for its rock formations that hide partitions of the south beach in giant beautiful alcoves. Swimming beneath the natural phenomena as well discovering its many boulder fields and caves is as interesting as it is unforgettable …

» White Bay

White Bay, British Virgin Islands

People travel the entire world in search of tropical paradise, when all along it's been sitting right here - hanging out in plain view. Here on tiny Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands, yachties, bar flies, sunseekers, and divers all gather together on a white sand cove that's back by a turquoise sea. Grab a snorkel and swim through schools of small, silvery fish, or watch as pelicans swoop through the sky in search of an easy meal. After splashing in the shallow waters, order a plate of conch fritters from one of the beachside restaurants …

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The British Virgin Islands are a self-governing British overseas territory, situated in the Caribbean just to the east of the US Virgin Islands. The BVIs, as they are called, are a popular travel destination for sailors, fishermen (and women), sun worshippers, and other independent travellers …

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The British Virgin Islands consist of the main islands of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke, along with over fifty other smaller islands and cays. About 15 of the islands are inhabited. The capital, Road Town, is situated on Tortola, the largest island, which is approximately 20 km long and 5 km wide …

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