Why Not Go?

The British Virgin Islands were first spotted by Europeans when Christopher Columbus sailed the Caribbean in 1493. Though he was unimpressed, these islands were annexed by Britain in 1672 and have remained part of the United Kingdom ever since. Today the islands have their own elected government and rely on the U.K. only for defense and foreign affairs. Most of the British Virgin Islands (B.V.I.) remain unpopulated to this day, with three major inhabited islands and many small unpopulated bits… more…

Areas within the BVI

Anegada

Cane Garden Bay

Jost Van Dyke

Road Town

Spanish Town

Tortola

Virgin Gorda

Accommodations

Of the British and U.S. Virgin Islands it is the British group that tourists turn to for that "get away from it all" feel. The most sought after accommodations tend to be either rustic rentals or inns which make guests feel at home. Tortola is the busiest destination and thus where you'll find the widest variety of options, while Jost Van Dyke is the most secluded. The main islands in the British Virgin Islands are Tortola,… more…

Hotels

Featuring quiet enclaves overlooking… more…

Villa Complexes

Once exclusive to only a fraction of… more…

All Inclusive

Providing guests an enclave of serivce… more…

Activities

A vacation in the British Virgin Islands can be as relaxed or as action… more…

Snorkeling

What exists beneath the surface of the sea surrounding the British Virgin… more…

Diving

If you make plans to visit the British Virgin Islands and begin to think… more…

Fishing

Well known as a top destination for all… more…

Nightlife

With at least one great beach bar on… more…

Shopping

With many bargains to find and deals to… more…

Attractions

You don't have to spend all of your vacation relaxing. Make sure to get out and explore all of the wonderful activities the British Virgin… more…

Landmarks

With a long history, guests should not miss the opportunity to explore… more…

Beaches

The British Virgins are more sparsely populated and are free of heavy… more…

Natural Attractions

Restaurants

As you review the list of restaurants in the British Virgin Islands, you'll notice something that is quite unique. Almost all are locally… more…

Food

The dining options of the Caribbean are indicative of the area's diverse… more…

Events & Festivals

Every year, the islands of the Caribbean host hundreds of carnivals,… more…

Nightlife

Snorkeling

What exists beneath the surface of the sea surrounding the British Virgin Islands is almost indescribable. What can be said for sure is that the national park system has done such an amazing job working to keep the underwater world as pristine as possible that the local sea life is as healthy… more…

Sailing & Boating

The British Virgin Islands are known for their excellent sailing, and… more…

Fishing

Well known as a top destination for all things maritime,… more…

Diving

If you make plans to visit the British Virgin Islands… more…

Transportation

The Virgin Islands are some of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean,… more…

Air Travel

The British Virgin Islands have no large airports, and can only be… more…

Ferries

While the availability of ferries in the British Virgin Islands are not… more…

Rental Cars

The convenience of having your own car… more…

Sailing & Boating

The British Virgin Islands are known… more…

Taxis

Chances are high that you will take a… more…

January

During January the temperatures in the Caribbean typically vary between a daily high of about 82.1 degrees and a daily low of approximately 72.0 degrees… more…

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