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Monday, November 4, 2019

Top 8 British Virgin Islands

-  Diamond Cay Jost Van Dyke

The location one of the best unknown snorkeling spots in the British Virgin Islands , if you are willing to wade through the flats and follow the shoreline to the tip of the island. The cove is a amazing place to moor for the night also is home to hawksbill sea turtles, stingrays and lots of tropical fish. 

-  The Baths

The Baths  the most popular and amazing beaches in the British Virgin Islands.Boulders the  size of houses are perfectly stacked, creating grottos and caves to climb through and snorkel around. Moorings are available along the coastline for overnight anchoring also easy to access the beaches.

-  Tortola

The capital of the British Virgin Islands, Tortola has many anchorages and secluded beaches to roam. Cane Garden Bay is loaded with beachfront restaurants; live music and plenty of bars pouring delicious rum concoctions .

- Cooper Island

one of the smaller, more laid-back islands. The shoreline has colorful bungalows, a dive operation also one of the best gift shops in the British Virgin Islands.

-  The Indians

The Indians are a must-see rock formation located near Norman Island British Virgin Islands

The Indians are located near Normal Island stick out like a sore thumb in the middle of the Drake Channel. Considered best off snorkeling spots in the British Virgin Islands, they are home to a rare trigger fish also have an underwater tunnel. Make sure to anchor early, as it gets busy with tour boats.

Located between Jost Van Dyke and Tortola, Sandy Spit has powder-white sand, calm and clear waters also can be circumnavigated in about three minutes. It’s the perfect place for a lazy day on the beach.

-  Monkey Point, Guana Island

Monkey Point British Virgin Islands

  This island is only accessible by boat and well worth the stop. With an abundance of marine life, this rocky shoreline is home to big tarpon, schools of minnows also assorted tropical fishes.

- Norman Island

Norman Island British Virgin Islands

This uninhabited island is famous for its stories of pirates plus treasure caves. It also has secluded coves for snorkeling, an amazing hiking trail that leads to breathtaking views and the Willy T, a permanent floating bar known to draw an enthusiastic crowd.


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