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The British Virgin Islands

The Amerindians populated these gemlike islands over 1,000 years ago. On some of the 50-plus islands and cays, it may seem as if they were the last ones here! Some say, “Walt Disney could not have created a better cruising ground for sailors.” These are only a few of the reasons this hidden archipelago of the British Virgin Islands is called “Nature’s Little Secret.”

The BVIs are accessible from the United States Virgin Islands (USVI), and San Juan, Puerto Rico, and many other points of embarkation. Tortola has several ports of entry by sea as well as the Terrance B. Lettsome International airport on the adjacent, Beef Island.

The largest of the British Virgin Islands, Tortola, at its highest elevation of 1716 ft., boasts what is known as a moist forest in the 86 acre national park, Sage Mountain. To her East lies the second largest of the BVIs, Virgin Gorda, or VG for short. Virgin Gorda has a small airport, two points of entry by sea and a sea plane arrival point at Gunn Creek in North Sound.

Several habited and uninhabited, famous and infamous islands are sprinkled along the Sir Francis Drake Channel. Off Virgin Gorda’s southern point is small collection of boulders know as Fallen Jerusalem. Sailing from East to West one passes by Ginger, Cooper, Salt, Peter and Norman islands. To Tortola’s North lies Guana, Great and Little Camanoe, and Jost Van Dyke. Although most of the islands seem to spring up out of the sea, Anegada, the Northern-most of the island group, is a coral atoll. Lying virtually flat and being surrounded by sugar-white sand beaches, her waters are fringed by the massive “Horse Shoe” coral reef. If your schedule permits, Anegada is not to be missed. The abundance and variety of flora and fauna within these islands is extensive and one only needs to do a little exploring to uncover many of its’ hidden treasures.

Culture and history are evident throughout the islands. A visit to a rum distillery or a museum will enable to you to see first-hand the lifestyle of the BV Islanders during the 18th and 19th centuries. Still today, ruins of forts, homes, churches and distilleries are scattered within the valleys, towns and beach fronts, inviting you to embrace the history and a not-soon-forgotten way of life. The Dutch and British made these islands their home as far back as the 1600s. An amalgamation of cultural influences from the Arawaks to the modern-day settlers can be found in the islands’ music, food and arts & crafts. What better place to enjoy a holiday on land or at sea - in “Nature’s Little Secrets”? Come and have them be revealed to you.

Sample Itinerary

Day 1. St. Thomas: Shopping followed by a short cruise to Christmas Cove at Great St. James for snorkeling. Then on to Maho Bay, St. John where you can relax on board as you enjoy a fabulous meal sheltered in the turquoise waters of a National Park.

Day 2. “Clearing in” at West End, Tortola, BVI and some shopping in the picturesque, Frenchman’s Cay. Then, onto Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke for beach dwelling during the day and partying in the evening where there is music and dancing ashore at the world famous, FOXY’S!

Day 3. Spend the day enjoying water sports or snorkeling at any one of the great locations along Tortola’s North shore. Make sure to stop at Monkey Point just off Guana Island to snorkel. End the day in the protected waters of the North Sound of Virgin Gorda.

Day 4. Cruise up to Anegada. Rarely visited, she boasts beautiful beaches and abundant marine life. Enjoy a famous grilled “Anegada Lobster” dinner on shore.

Day 5. The Baths National Park on Virgin Gorda is a collection of unusual granite boulders surrounded by pools where there is dramatic snorkeling. Enjoy a “Sundowner” at any of the great anchorages easily within an hour’s sail.

Day 6. Peter Island has terrific snorkeling, amazing beaches and the “Sunset loop” walking trail ashore. This island has something for everyone, featuring a luxurious spa to sooth the aches earned by a day of sailing the Sir Francis Drake Channel.

Day 7. Return sail to St. Thomas to swim or play in the bays or collect those last minute presents and souvenirs.



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