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Holiday resorts in british virgin islands

tortola

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Tortola, is the largest island in the British Virgin Islands chain. It has a laid back and uncommercialised atmosphere offering visitors peace and tranquillity. There is a range of activities available on the island including snorkelling, scuba diving, and horse riding. The British Virgin Islands are one of the world’s premier yachting destinations where you can sail the deep blue waters and drop anchor at a deserted beach. The capital Road Town is the islands main shopping centre, it also has a colourful market selling West Indian wares including jams, spices, hand-crafted jewellery and rum. With the JRO Neal Botanical Gardens and the Sage Mountain National Park located on the island, you can hike trails or enjoy a picnic in beautiful natural surroundings. At night, a host of beach shack bars and lively local nightspots come alive. Tortola offers a wide choice of cuisine from local fare to international menus and accommodations range from private hillside villas and elegant hotels to fabulous beach resorts. Tortola offers the perfect holiday for those seeking a tranquil, laid-back paradise.

virgin gorda

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Virgin Gorda is the second largest of the British Virgin Islands and is roughly 8 square miles. The island's dramatic scenery is of green peaks sloping to the pristine beaches and turquoise waters below. The pace of life here is peaceful and tranquil. You can spend your whole day relaxing on one of the many deserted beaches including Handsome Bay, Savannah Bay, or Big Trunk Bay. The island’s exclusive resorts have an elegant and secluded ambience. A range of activities and facilities including water and land based sports are on offer and the island’s restaurants feature menus to please the most discerning diners.

Virgin Gorda is home to the most popular attraction in the British Virgin Islands, ‘The Baths’. Located on the southern end of the island, The Baths National Park offers a myriad of pools, secret beaches and trails. The most striking feature of the park is the giant granite boulders that lie on the beach. The boulders form caves and rock pools creating a fantastic area for snorkelling and swimming. These massive boulders are also found at Fallen and Broken Jerusalem. There are plenty of other activities on offer away from the beach. You can visit Spring Bay National Park and Gorda Peak National Park. The latter is rich in biological diversity and has a lookout offering panoramic views of the Virgin Islands. Whether you visit Virgin Gorda for days or a weeks, you will be sure to want to stay a little longer.