Top 10 Tourist attractions in British Virgin Island
Seas and postcard Caribbean beaches. White sand, turquoise waters, palm trees, colorful tropical birds, and mysterious rain forests. They are the British Virgin Islands, a destination for an unforgettable journey.
Let’s take a look at the top 10 tourist attractions to experience in British Virgin Island.
- On the island there are the Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport and the main port of the archipelago of the British Virgin Islands, from which it is possible to rent a catamaran British virgin island to discover the other islands, doing “island-hopping”, as the local inhabitants say.
- Tortola is not only the economic center of the BVI, the British Virgin Islands, but a wonderful island to discover, with different tourist attractions and breathtaking natural landscapes.
- Not to be missed is a visit to the capital Road Town, in particular, the port area, full of small shops and typical restaurants overlooking the sea.
- La Promenade is the ideal walk on the waterfront to discover the tastes and flavors of the archipelago: a rich mix of traditions that unites all the cultures that have passed through here, Caribbean, African and European.
- The port of Road Town is also the perfect place to start discovering the other islands that make up the archipelago.
- Water sports lovers; in particular surfers will find their way to Apple Bay, considered by fans to be one of the best spots in the Caribbean for riding the waves. Rent a luxury catamaran British virgin island and sail away.
- A decidedly electrifying experience that Tortola offers is the Virgin Canopy Tour, an adrenaline-filled zip-line that allows you to “fly” over the lush vegetation of the island. An adventure suitable for the whole family.
- For nature and trekking lovers, don’t miss the Sage Mountain National Park, the first national park of the BVI for the protection and conservation of the local ecosystem.
- Tortola obviously also offers a series of unique beaches. One of the most loved is certainly Long Beach, on the western tip of the island. About 1.5km long, Long Beach is famous for its fine sand and crystal-clear, calm waters, which make it a safe and suitable place for everyone.
- The liveliest beach in the BVI is Cane Garden Bay: the chiringuito and beach bars offer music and excellent drinks, naturally based on rum. Right here is the famous Callwood Distillery, an ancient rum distillery still active and now also used as a museum of this distillate.
Feel free and experience the unique adventure of a Catamaran British Virgin Island and explore all the mentioned tourist attractions of British virgin island.