Virgin Gorda

Anegada Island

Encompassing over 50 islands, islets and cays, the BVI is an endless source of adventure and discovery. In this tropical paradise, time moves at a gentle pace and life revolves around the sea. Days are spent exploring the deserted beaches, coral reefs and local watering holes of the various islands or delving into the BVI’s eclectic heritage which has been shaped by centuries of maritime trade.



The Baths of Virgin Gorda

By far the most famous geological landmark in the BVI, The Baths of Virgin Gorda rests on the southeastern tip of the island. Comprised of massive volcanic boulders that have toppled over one another to form a spectacular labyrinth of saltwater grottoes and pools, it is a picturesque site for swimming and snorkeling. A 20-minute hike through boulders and pools leads to the more secluded Devil's Bay.

Anegada Island

Located 15 miles northeast of Virgin Gorda, the island of Anegada is a memorable destination for an island-hopping day trip. The sparsely populated coral atoll is known for its miles of uninterrupted white-sand beaches, turquoise waters and fresh local lobster.