Accommodations

You never have to worry about finding a place to stay on Tortola, whether you need a small room in a hotel for a brief stay before continuing on to another island in the chain as many people do, or if you decide to rent a villa for an extended stay. There is even a spot where you can do some camping if you're up for a little eco-adventure. As a general rule villas seem to cluster along the west coast, spreading up along the north coast, and to the east to an extent. When… more…

Hotels

Tortola is the busiest island in the… more…

Villa Rentals

All over the island of Tortola visitors… more…

Activities

Home to the capital city, a major commercial center, and the hub of transportation in the British Virgin Islands, Tortola may appear to be a busy island at first glance. Once you arrive, however, you'll find an unhurried, laid back pace of life that promotes activities that only keep you as busy… more…

Diving

Easily accessible, and very importantly, healthy reefs surround the… more…

Fishing

Whether fly fishing in the shallows or deep sea fishing… more…

Shopping

On Tortola, you'll find the best shopping to be on Main… more…

Beaches

Most people consider Tortola to have the quintessential Caribbean beaches. All feature wide, soft shores of white sands, crystalline… more…

Natural Attractions

Tortola may be the busiest of the British Virgin Islands, but there are… more…

Restaurants

Near the middle of Tortola by Road Town and Cane Garden Bay is where… more…

Attractions

Landmarks

Transportation

Tortola is the largest and most populated island in the British Virgin… more…

Air Travel

Although a direct commercial flight to Tortola is not possible outside… more…

Ferries

Offering a handful of routes that traverse both the American and British… more…

Rental Cars

Rental Cars are a great option for… more…

Sailing & Boating

The British Virgin Islands are a Mecca… more…

Taxis

Although not the most cost effective… more…

Snorkeling

Whether you're planning a sailing adventure that will make a stop at Tortola, or you'll be staying long term, incorporating snorkeling into your trip to this island is a must. This always alluring activity is made even more attractive thanks to the promise of crystalline waters and many interesting… more…

Sailing & Boating

The British Virgin Islands are a Mecca for pleasure sailors in the… more…

Fishing

Whether fly fishing in the shallows or deep sea fishing… more…

Diving

Easily accessible, and very importantly, healthy reefs… more…

Attractions

Tortola is home to the busiest city in the island chain, as well as some of the most peaceful beaches. From historic plantations to… more…

Landmarks

There are more museums, ruins, historic buildings, and other landmarks… more…

Beaches

Most people consider Tortola to have the quintessential Caribbean beaches.… more…

Natural Attractions

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 . During the month of January, it rains an average of 11.0 days , with an average total rainfall of about 2.8 inches . Bear in mind, however, that all precipitation, no matter how slight, is considered in the tables on this page. Temperaturemore…

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