Bri­tish Vir­gin Is­lands

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The nat­u­ral al­lure and mys­tique of the Bri­tish Vir­gin Is­lands (BVIS) beck­ons many to dis­cover the en­rich­ing per­son­al­ity and charm of the 60 is­lands and cays that com­prise this ar­chi­pel­ago. For many, the ex­cit­ing jour­ney of Na­ture’s Lit­tle Se­crets be­gins by ex­plor­ing our tran­quil shores or nav­i­gat­ing through the deep to dis­cover ex­otic marine life. In the Bri­tish Vir­gin Is­lands ev­ery day is a trop­i­cal dream where you can re­lax in a ham­mock sus­pended be­tween sway­ing palm trees or re­treat to your own pri­vate cove to leave your foot­prints in the sand. For the un­in­hib­ited, is­land hop­ping around the Bri­tish Vir­gin Is­lands is the best way to ap­pre­ci­ate the con­trasts be­tween these unique is­lands where one can ex­pe­ri­ence the ru­ins, na­tional parks, cul­tural ex­hibits and dine on sig­na­ture culi­nary dishes, as well as sim­ply en­joy­ing some peace and tran­quil­lity.


Sit­u­ated be­tween the At­lantic and the Caribbean Sea, just east of Puerto Rico, the Bri­tish Vir­gin Is­lands is a fam­ily of 60 is­lands and cays

Con­nect­ing air­ports sur­round the BVIS, mak­ing ar­rivals and de­par­tures from Tor­tola (EIS) an easy part of your jour­ney.

You can fly into An­tigua (ANU), St. Maarten (SXM) or San Juan (SJU). The av­er­age tem­per­a­ture is be­tween 26-30°C


The Bri­tish Vir­gin Is­lands’ Spring Re­gatta & Sail­ing fes­ti­val is one of the largest re­gat­tas in the Caribbean.

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