Vacations in the British Virgin Islands

Discover Paradise in the British Virgin Islands


There are 60 islands and cays to be explored in the British Virgin Islands (BVIs) and they are full of beautiful deserted beaches, hidden coves and flora and fauna!

Each is very different, making the BVIs the ideal destination for island hopping. Not to be missed are The Baths in Virgin Gorda, the wildlife sanctuary at Guana Island, said to be the inspiration behind the adventure novel ‘Treasure Island’ and largest coral barrier reef in the Caribbean, found in Anegada!

Cooled by trade winds, the BVIs are also a Mecca for sailors, and it’s easy to join the maritime thanks to the plentiful yacht and sailing charters available here. Meanwhile, food-goers will love the Caribbean culinary scene here, with specialities like fungi and fish in mayonnaise sauce with dumplings – delicious!



Where to Stay in the BVIs




Traveling to the BVIs



Search Flights to Tortola (EIS)


There are a couple ways to travel to the British Virgin Islands. The first is to fly directly to Beef Island Airport on Tortola (EIS) or alternatively to Cyril E. King Airport in St Thomas in the US Virgin Islands (STT) and then take a ferry to Tortola in the British Virgin Islands. From Tortola you can take convenient ferries, boat charter or small aircraft flights to the surrounding islands.


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