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Whether your ideal Caribbean vacation consists of a good book, all-day happy hour, sports or wading on the beach, the British Virgin Islands has the perfect sublimeXcursion for you.
Imagine having lodging on one home-based island where you stay every night and visit a different island a day? Yep: it’s totally possible. A central stay on Tortola or Scrub Island can easily be a ferry ride to day trip to Virgin Gorda, Anegada, Norman Island, or Jost Van Dyke.
Virgin Gorda has huge granite boulders organically strewn along its shoreline that make tide pools such an opportunity for scenic and modelesque photo shoots. These rare beauties at The Baths are incomparable to anything words can describe. A visit to the British Virgin Islands would be incomplete without at least a day trip to Virgin Gorda.
How about a bang for your buck and cover the hot spots? Stay on the edge of the BVI on an island like Virgin Gorda, Anegada or Jost Van Dyke. That way you can book a day yacht charter, start on one end and island hop to the other end. Or you can extend your reach within reason with a beach and restaurant bar hop starting with breakfast through Trellis Bay on Beef Island, lunch at White Bay on Jost Van Dyke and happy hour and appetizers at Cane Garden Bay on Tortola, ending with a private chef dinner on your vacation property.
With at least 6-10 easy-access beaches on each island, you can have plenty of “Beach of the Day” photos in your vacation portfolio. Why not get in a medium-impact hike or two through Shark Fin or tour the Anderson Point National Parks and ecosystems? The low-impact tour through Fort Charlotte gives you a breath-taking view overlooking the Tortola harbor.
Does your Caribbean vacation energy level need to feed on at least one adventure a day? Day tripping to an island to explore its Xcursions would mean you can go to Salt Island for… harvesting your own organic sea salt. Or snorkeling at The Baths in Virgin Gorda. Or get your dinner by lobster diving on Jost Van Dyke. Or horseback riding on the beaches in Anegada.
With over 100 dive sites, multiple beaches on each island, casual and fine dining cuisine, or relaxing with spa visits or lounge sites, you have vacation options all in the British Virgin Islands. Your sublimeXcursions concierge can tailor a BVI stay towards a blend of personalities.
The British Virgin Islands are currently set to reopen to visitors on Dec 1, 2020 just in time for you to have a warm Caribbean Holiday.
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