BVI Travel Guide
The British Virgin Islands comprise of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke and Anagada which are the four main islands, Tortola being the largest. There are a host of smaller islands to visit including Peter Island, Cooper Island, Beef Island, Marina Cay, Guana Island amongst others. It is a paradise with secluded hideaways, stunning villas and with white sand beaches, clear blue seas. Cooper Island offers a great moderately priced getaway in West Indian style cottages. North of Tortola and Beef Island lie Marina Cay and Guana Island, each with their own resort and ambiance.
A variety of sizes, prices and amenities are offered in accommodations found throughout the BVIs. Diving and sailing excursions are readily available and give travellers a chance to explore the famous underwater wrecks, reefs and caves. Pack lightly, bring a good book, and let your cares drift away as you experience the understated elegance of the British Virgin Islands.
Ferries between the islands are a good way to get around, and rental cars are available All the water sports are enjoyed in the islands, Scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing, sailing, windsurfing as well as exploring the wrecks. Hiking, biking, and other sports are available. Shopping is local shops in Road Town, Tortola and Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda and duty-free goods in St. Thomas.
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