Accommodations

Thanks to the shopping in Spanish Town and the Baths in the Valley, Virgin Gorda is a favorite destination for tourists in the Caribbean. The island itself is the second most populous in the British Virgin Islands, yet what visitors encounter is still a sleepy isle with a laid back vibe. The available accommodations, though there are enough for a bit of variety, all tend to embrace island life and offer "no muss, no fuss" attitudes. There are multiple hotel types to pick from on… more…

Hotels

With the exception of a few properties,… more…

Villa Complexes

The condo and villa complexes on Virgin… more…

All Inclusive

All-inclusive properties are not as… more…

Activities

Virgin Gorda may be the second largest island in the British Virgin Island chain, but it has a small-town feel to it. Yachting is the premier activity, in part thanks to the Bitter End Yacht Club on North Sound which is only accessible by boat, and nearly every one of the other activities here… more…

Diving

North Sound, easily accessible from Virgin Gorda, is a popular destination… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

Virgin Gorda is a great destination for those who enjoy… more…

Fishing

North of Virgin Gorda is a drop shelf that if overwhelmed… more…

Beaches

The most famous beach on the island of Virgin Gorda is the Baths. You'd be hard pressed to find a tourist who doesn't have plans to… more…

Natural Attractions

All of the most popular and important attractions on Virgin Gorda are… more…

Restaurants

Virgin Gorda is a unique destination with regards to dining in the BVI… more…

Attractions

Transportation

The third largest island in the chain of British Virgin Islands, Virgin… more…

Air Travel

Getting to Virgin Gorda begins with a flight into the Caribbean. Tourists… more…

Ferries

Unlike most of the British Virgin Islands, Virgin Gorda has quite a few… more…

Rental Cars

For many tourists, being in charge of… more…

Sailing & Boating

Virgin Gorda has a long coast that is… more…

Taxis

Whether it is from the airport to the… more…

Snorkeling

Within easy reach of Virgin Gorda there are at least five not good, but great snorkeling sites to be explored – and you needn't hold yourself back to exploring just those locales. If you've got a snorkel and a mask, you can make any stretch of shore your own little underwater world of wonders.… more…

Sailing & Boating

Virgin Gorda has a long coast that is littered with places to dock. From… more…

Fishing

North of Virgin Gorda is a drop shelf that if overwhelmed… more…

Diving

North Sound, easily accessible from Virgin Gorda, is a… more…

Attractions

The pace of life on Virgin Gorda is a little slower than what you're probably used to back home, and your every day activities will almost… more…

Beaches

The most famous beach on the island of Virgin Gorda is the Baths.… more…

Natural Attractions

All of the most popular and important attractions on Virgin Gorda are… 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 . 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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