The experience offered by sailing in the British Virgin Islands is that you will be given a chance to sail through some of the lovely natural islands and crystal clear waters of this British overseas territory. The BVI is known for its beautiful beaches, charming villages and a cuisine that tastes of the tropical islands. One of the best ways for a BVI visitor to experience all that it offers is by sailing.
The British Virgin Island group is composed of islands situated in the Caribbean Sea, east of Puerto Rico. There are over 60 islands,cays and islets in the group of islands. Only about a handful have any inhabitants. The most popular sailing destinations in the BVI include the main islands of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke, and Anegada.
The largest island of the British Virgin Islands, Tortola's famous for its fine beaches, lovely towns and excellent Caribbean cuisine. Cane Garden Bay, Brewers Bay and Smuggler's Cove are among the most well known beaches on this island. Road Town, the island's administrative city, is a favourite place for tourists to sail and has numerous restaurants, taverns and bars that can be enjoyed.
The beauty of its beaches, the charming towns and great Caribbean cuisine has attracted tourists to Virgin Gorda. There are also some of the most famous beaches on the island, namely The Baths, Mahoe Bay and Leverick Bay. There are many restaurants, taverns and bars to see on the island's main city, Spanish Town, which is a popular spot for sailing.
Jost Van Dyke is known for its beautiful beaches, picturesque towns, and delicious Caribbean cuisine. It's also home to the beaches of White Bay and Great Harbour. The main port of Great Harbor is a popular place for sailing and the town offers many restaurants, bars where visitors can enjoy themselves.
The Anegada Islands are located in the farthest part of British Virgin Island, and have a reputation for beautiful beaches, charming cities as well as fine Caribbean cuisine. The famous beaches of Loblolly Bay, Wreck Cow Bay, and Flash of Beauty are also located on the island. The Settlement, the main town on the island, is a popular port of call for boat trips and there are plenty of restaurants, bars to enjoy.
In the British Virgin Islands, cruises offer an exceptional opportunity to discover its natural beauty, rich history and gastronomical delights.