Bays and harbours with white sandy beaches, fine reef ecosystem, fascinating underwater inhabitants with unique possibilities for diving and snorkelling.

To Do in British Virgin islands

Road Town - BVI

West Indian houses and a colourful market can be found in Road Town, the capital of the British Virgin Islands, on the south coast of Tortola.
Tour Callwood's Rum Distillery or explore Fort Recovery, built in the 1640s.


Sugarloaf Mountain - BVI

This is the highest point on Guana Island at 246m (806ft) and is great for hiking; alternatively walk the trail to the North Beach on Prickly Pear, a 98-hectare (243-acre) island of cacti-covered slopes and pristine beaches.