British Virgin Islands
The British Virgin Islands consist of the main islands of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost Van Dyke, along with over fifty other smaller islands and cays. About 15 of the islands are inhabited. The capital, Road Town, is situated on Tortola, the largest island.
For the active and adventurous, there’s an array of exciting things to do within the British Virgin Islands. See the spectacular vistas of land and sea from a hike to the top of Sage Mountain, or visit one of British Virgin Isle’s 28 National Parks. Experience the rich Caribbean culture through a performance from Dancers, fungi and steel bands. Dine at a local Virgin Islands restaurants and taste the island specialties . There is also a range of great beaches to enjoy, each with its own special character and vibe. In the British Virgin Islands, beaches are come in all shapes and sizes. From the surf friendly waves of Apple Bay, to the pristine white sands of Elizabeth Beach, to the boater’s paradise, Deadman’s Bay, every beach has its own unique advantage. With endless blue skies and warm caribean water, you can plan a different beach adventure every day, enjoy exploring palm-fringed beaches, rugged peaks and rich vegetation, while some islands are uninhabited and designated as national parks. Tortola, the largest of the British Virgin Islands, is the hub of the chain. It offers visitors peace and quiet, plus every activity they could hope for. The range of accommodations runs from posh hotels to beach side cottages. And Tortola offers as many choices in cuisine from continental to local fare. Breakfast can be a cappuccino and croissant, lunch a West Indian roti, and dinner a four-star meal in a converted sugar mill, where the only sound will be the pounding of the surf.
Time Difference: GMT -4 hours
Flight Duration from UK: Approximately 10 hours
Currency: US Dollar
Language: The offical language is English however Spanish is widely spoken
Visas: British passport holders do not require a visa however, you must have at least 6 months remaining on your passport on your date of return