Activities - Sightseeing
Immense boulders are scattered along stunning beaches providing grottos and pools where you can walk through and explore this unique natural phenomenon.
Now a National Park, the 19th century ruins of an abandoned copper mine can be seen on the south-eastern tip of Virgin Gorda.
Mount Sage (1716 ft), a National Park, shows traces of a rain forest and boasts a nature trail where you can observe tropical plants and trees.
Ridge Road Drive
Drive along the Ridge Road that spans Tortola for spectacular views of surrounding islands and to view colourful murals depicting history of the islands.
Day trip to Anegada
The deserted mile-long beaches on Anegada are perfect locations to spend a day, Also known for its wildlife especially iguanas and pink flamingos.
Day trip to Jost van Dyke
Jost Van Dyke, named after a Dutch pirate, is renowned for it’s laid-back style, beautiful white-sand beaches and local entertainment.
Day trip to Norman Island
The Caves and The Indians are not-to-be-missed sites for diving or snorkelling. A floating restaurant and bar, the ‘Willie-T’ can be located in The Bight.