The British Virgin Islands
© dta Road Town, British Virgin Islands
If you are looking for information on a specific island – we can help. Our team have lived, worked and played all over the BVI so you can benefit from our experience.
The largest of the islands and the entertainment capital of the BVI. If you’re looking for cool bars or busy nightlife, first-class restaurants or local fare, water sports activities or Caribbean shopping – Tortola has it all. Click here for more infomation about Tortola.
© dta Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
Virgin Gorda is an island of beautiful contrasts. From the picture postcard resorts nestled in the hillsides of the North Sound - to the unique and dramatic beaches around The Baths and Devils Bay. This island gem has something for everyone. Click here for more information about Virgin Gorda.
Jost Van Dyke
© dta Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands
The BVI’s ‘friendly island’ is known for its hospitality - and is home to one of the best-known New Year’s Eve Parties in the world. If a warm welcome is what you’re after then head to Jost for a painkiller at The Soggy Dollar Bar or join in the fun and frolics at Foxy’s Bar…we guarantee you’ll be back for more. Click here for more information about Jost Van Dyke.
© dta Anegada, British Virgin Islands
Home to the third largest coral reef in the world and a dreamy desert island retreat. White sandy beaches, laid-back beach bars and world-class snorkeling and diving are just some of Anagada’s charms. Kick off your shoes and head to Anagada for the ultimate escape from the modern world. Click here for more information about Anegada.
The Other islands
© dta Marina Cay, British Virgin Islands
Some of the BVI smaller, less-known islands are hidden gems for you to discover. Sit alone on a sandy beach, explore pirate caves, swim with the colourful sea life, or sail through crystal clear waters to find your very own desert island. Click for more information about Norman Island, Peter Island, Cooper Island and all other islands.