British Virgin Islands are one of the most popular yachting spots in the Caribbean. Known for its beautiful scenery, the panorama includes white crescent beaches nestled at the bottom of steep green mountains and stunning vistas of neighboring islands from the top of those mountains.
Consisting of 60 islands and cays, Tortola is the largest island. Dive or snorkel the Rhone ship wreck where the movie The Deep was filmed. Take a snorkeling expedition to The Caves on Norman Island, thought to be an inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson's famous adventure novel, Treasure Island. Virgin Gorda is the second largest island. Swim and snorkel among the giant boulders known as the Baths - fine sea caves and grottoes, the most photographed area in the British Virgin Islands. Peter Island is a private 1800 acre island 4 miles south of Tortola (25 minute ride by motor launch). It is pretty much the primitive garden that Columbus first sighted during his second voyage to the New World. Home to 5 spectacular beaches, including the famous palm fringed Deadman's Bay, often among the most beautiful in the Caribbean. Snorkeling, excellent dive sites, variety of beautiful birds, tropical plants & flowers, still remains largely untamed. Walking & biking trails among the island's hills and tropical gardens.
Little Dix Bay - Pristine 500-acre setting with 98 peaked roof bungalows amid flowering shrubbs and trees along a sweeping crescent beach. Premium Cottages or Premium Hill units offer a stunning view of the bay. Usual water sports, guided snorkeling tours, yacht day sails, seven-court tennis compound, fitness center and spa.