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Day 1 – Road Town

Road Town is the capital and biggest city of the British Virgin Islands. If you want to have an enjoyable stroll, there are two landmarks called Fort Burt and Fort George which are well worth a visit. Likewise, you won’t want to miss those beautiful landscapes, awesome sandy shorelines, and fabulous views.

View on Road Town in Tortola

Day 2 – Norman Island

Norman Island has an interesting history with legends of pirates and treasure caves. In the past, the farmers were raising cattle; today, this island is uninhabited and the caves became the most popular attractions for travelers. If you choose to visit Norman Island, then I recommend you order a nice lunch or dinner at the Pirates Bight Bar, which offers exceptional West Indian foods.

View of Norman island

Continuation Day 2 – Deadman’s Bay

Deadman’s Bay is located on the straight shore of Bonavista Bay, close to pleasant fishing grounds and sandy coastlines. It is one of the Virgin Island’s most well-known yacht harbor; you can appreciate seeing beautiful yachts that come from all over the world. Deadman’s Bay contains a peacefully protected bay with stone stones and tide pools to visit. There are many activities to do like trekking, rock climbing, kayaking, jumping and more.

View on Deadman's Bay

Continuation of Day 2 – Cooper Island

Cooper Island is a little island of the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean. This tiny island is private, and there are a famous wreck diving site and a nearby dive store close to the shoreline. The beach of Cooper Island is situated on pristine shores of Manchioneel Bay. This is a phenomenal place to unwind, with white sandy shorelines, light blue waters, and lovely surroundings.

Beach in Cooper Island

Continuation Day 2 – Peter Island

Peter Island is a private island located in the British Virgin Islands. An enthusiastic sailor fell in love with this lovely island and chose to purchase Peter Island. This Island is extremely popular for yachting around fabulous areas, for example, the Wreck of the Rhone, one of the most popular dive site in the BVI. Also, it contains, biking trails and fantastic shorelines facing the Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean Sea, and the Sir Francis Drake Cannel.


Day 3 – Wreck of the Rhone

Don’t miss out to visit the Wreck of the Rhone, which is the most mainstream scuba diving site in the BVI. It is even viewed as the best wreck dive by many people around the world. The wreck is located on Dark Rock point, but be aware that this site is only accessible by boat.Wreck of the Rhone in the BVI

Continuation Day 3 – Virgin Gorda’s Baths

The baths are the primary attractions in the BVI due to their secret caves and settled pools inside the giant granite boulders. A path heads you through the extraordinary pools and hollows of the rock field to the modest shoreline of Devil’s Bay. Scuba divers can enjoy exploring the hidden caves on its south side.
Bath of Virgin Gorda

Day 4 – Virgin Gorda

Yachting, fishing, snorkeling, and scuba diving are the most famous activities at Virgin Gorda Island. The baths in the Virgin Gorda’s shorelines are the most eminent due to its beautiful pools settled inside the monster rock stone and hidden caves. If you need to rest from the shorelines, there is a way that leads you to Gorda’s top and offers fabulous views of the entire Island.

View on Virgin Gorda

Day 5 – Anegada

Anegada is an island located in the British Virgin Islands. It is the second biggest island after Tortola. Anegada has numerous groups of flamingoes and a lot of isolated shorelines. There are two ways to get to Anegada, via plane or by yacht. In the event that you cruise around there, you will delight in seeing many beautiful reefs and awesome wild marine life.Beach in Anegada

 Day 6 – Jost Van Dyke

The best way to visit Jost Van Dyke Island is by vessel. When you get on Jost Van Dyke Island, you can have agreeable promenades around ravishing shorelines and impressive mountains. It’s particularly suggested to make a stop with your sailboat on the uninhabited Sandy Cay Island to explore the most awesome sandy coastlines.

Boats on the water in Jost Van Dyke

Continuation Day 6 – Sandy Spit

Sandy Spit is a small uninhabited islet of the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean. This islet is a standout among the most awesome places in the BVI and only accessible by boat. It is a ring-shaped desert of sandy shoreline surrounded by green plants. A genuine heaven!

View on Sandy Spit isalndContinuation Day 6 – White Bay

The White Bay is amazingly delightful and calm; it is perfect to take a stroll along the shoreline and revel in seeing the magnificence of the range. The white bay is particularly peaceful until the evening, becoming noisier at night due to the famous bar named Foxy’s that celebrate until dawn. If you want to have fun, it is highly recommended to take a dinghy over the Great Harbor for dinner and dancing.Yacht in White Bay

 Day 7 – Tortola – Road Town – Jost Van Dyke – Soggy Dollar Bar – White Bay

Tortola is the capital of the British Virgin Islands. Tortola is known as a standout among the most popular British cruising destinations worldwide due to its great winds. A lot of visitors fly into Tortola and when they get there, they lease a yacht to cruise through uninhabited islands, and also to explore Cockroach Hall, based on top of a huge rock on the important road. You can likewise visit the bat cave where you gain entry through a maze of trails. If you decide to stroll around this island, you will enjoy seeing unique building designs made of little wooden houses, and numerous fascinating shops, boutiques and art galleries.Marina in Tortola