The active and pretty beaches in the British Virgin Islands are touted by locals as the most alluring attractions in the Caribbean. If you are looking forward to the beach more than anything, Ivan's White Bay Campground is just what you are looking for. This site is located right along the water and sand, so vacationers can spend all of their time under the sun if that is what they want to do.
Of course, since Ivan's White Bay Campground sits directly on White Bay Beach, sun bathing is a popular pastime here. A white sand beach on Jost Van Dyke island, White Bay is flanked by villas and hotels. There is also a heavy amount of greenery behind the beach, standing in contrast to the light colored sand. For those who want to venture farther away, its not difficult to find another beach to experience. Click the names below to view a detailed page:
|Great Harbour Beach||0.6||ENE||Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke|
|Sandy Cay Beach||3.2||E||Sandy Cay|
|Sandy Spit||3.4||E||Sandy Spit|
|Green Cay Beach||3.4||E||Green Cay|
The closest option is Great Harbour Beach. On the south side of Jost Van Dyke, this is a steep bay set well in from the coast and usually a little bustling. There are always at least a few boats on the water.
Travelers who are hesitant to book their accommodations before learning about what's located nearby might want to know how many miles the adjacent town or city is from their accommodations. Ivan's White Bay Campground is located in White Bay, a neighborhood in the vicinity of Great Harbour; it is 9.5 miles to the west of Road Town.
The table below lists some of the areas near Ivan's White Bay Campground.
|Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke||0.6||ENE|
|Little Harbour, Jost Van Dyke||1.9||E|
|Little Jost Van Dyke||2.7||ENE|
|West End, Tortola||5.4||SE|
|Long Bay, Tortola||5.6||SE|
|Great Carrot Bay, Tortola||6.1||ESE|
Visitors in need of a fun agenda while vacationing on Jost Van Dyke will find that Ivan's White Bay Campground makes an excellent place to start your daily adventures. You will soon notice that this region is simply full of places for travelers to explore, including Diamond Cay National Park, Belmont Archaeological Site, and Vigilant Sloop. Of the three nearby attractions, the closest is Diamond Cay National Park.
There are plenty of other attractions to keep all kinds of travelers happy; find them listed in the following table.
|Diamond Cay National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||2.3||E||1.8 mi. East of Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke|
|Belmont Archaeological Site||Historical Site||--||--||Long Bay, Tortola|
|Vigilant Sloop||Historical Site||5.5||SE||Frenchman's Cay|
|St. Michael Church Ruins||Historical Site||6.1||ESE||Great Carrot Bay, Tortola|
|North Shore Shell Museum||Museum||6.2||ESE||Little Carrot Bay, Tortola|
|Little Tobago - Great Tobago National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||4.5||W||13.9 mi. West of Road Town|
|John Lettsom House||Historical Site||--||--||Cane Garden Bay, Tortola|
|Callwood Historic Distillery||Historical Site||6.8||E||Cane Garden Bay, Tortola|
|Fort Recovery||Historical Site||6.7||SE||Recovery, Tortola|
|Sage Mountain National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||7.1||ESE||3.0 mi. West-Southwest of Road Town, Tortola|
|Shark Bay National Park||Park||7.3||E||2.8 mi. Northwest of Road Town, Tortola|
|Mount Healthy National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||7.9||E||2.3 mi. Northwest of Road Town, Tortola|
|The Dungeon||Historical Site||8.2||ESE||Havers, Tortola|
|Thornton Plantation||Historical Site||8.4||ESE||2.2 mi. South West of Road Town, Tortola|
|Park||9.0||E||Road Town, Tortola|
|Sunday Morning Well||Historical Site||9.1||E||Road Town, Tortola|
|J.R. O'Neal Botanic Gardens||Botanical Garden||9.1||E||Road Town, Tortola|
|Movie Theater||9.1||E||Road Town, Tortola|
|Park||9.2||E||Road Town, Tortola|
|1780 Lower Estate Sugar Works Museum||Museum||9.2||E||Road Town, Tortola|
|Park||9.3||E||Road Town, Tortola|
|Fort Charlotte Ruins||Historical Site||--||--||Road Town, Tortola|
|Folk Museum||Museum||9.4||E||Downtown Road Town, Tortola|
|Museum||9.4||E||Downtown Road Town, Tortola|
|Britannic Hall||Historical Site||--||--||Downtown Road Town, Tortola|
|Sir Oliva Georges Plaza||Historical Site||--||--||Downtown Road Town, Tortola|
|Park||9.4||E||Downtown Road Town, Tortola|
|Her Majesty's Prison||Historical Site||9.5||E||Downtown Road Town, Tortola|
|Old Government House Museum||Museum||9.5||E||Road Town, Tortola|
|St. Phillip's Church||Historical Site||--||--||Kingstown, Tortola|
|Josiah's Bay Plantation||Historical Site||11.2||E||2.4 mi. Northeast of Road Town, Tortola|
|VI Maritime Museum||Museum||11.9||E||2.5 mi. East of Road Town, Tortola|
|Treasure Point Caves||Cave||12.4||SE||Norman Island|
|Virgin Islands Coral Reef National Monument||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||12.7||S||12.2 mi. South-Southwest of Road Town|
|Dead Chest National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||13.9||ESE||Dead Chest Island|
|Rhone Marine Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||14.8||ESE||5.9 mi. Southeast of Road Town|
If you're searching for an enjoyable experience, Diamond Cay National Park is an alternative worth considering. One of Jost Van Dyke's smallest natural attractions is Diamond Cay National Park. This tiny little swatch of land off the coast of Long Bay near the Diamond Cay Marine is accessible by walking along a sand bar that can easily be covered in high tide.
Finding information about nearby hotel booking options is generally a great means of getting a feel for the area as whole. While there is only one additional place to stay in this part of Jost Van Dyke, its tranquil surroundings are what make it a perfect choice for travelers hoping to find a secluded vacation spot.
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