24 Hours in Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
Explore its natural wonders and rich heritage.
Virgin Gorda, at 8.5 square miles, is the third largest of the British Virgin Islands (BVI). With quiet, secluded coves, luxury yacht clubs and multiple national parks it lures travellers to explore its awe-inspiring natural wonders and discover its rich African, Indian and Spanish heritage.
A cultural cornucopia of food, drink and atmosphere, Chez Bamboo blends flavours from the Mediterranean, New Orleans, Asia and the Caribbean to create an exotic and varied menu. Enjoy the balmy evening breeze while sipping a specialty martini in the tropical garden.
Step aboard Three Moons and experience the beautiful waters of the Virgin Islands in the private luxury of a chartered yacht. Comfortably sleeping eight, the 72ft yacht offers award-winning cuisine and invites you to stay and play with a variety of water toys including ocean kayaks, water skis and a stand-up paddleboard.
Explore stunning coral gardens, canyons, tunnels and grottos with Dive BVI. With over 37 years’ of experience and two dive shops in Virgin Gorda, their flexible daily dive schedule means there is always something for the newest diver to the saltiest sea dog to discover.
Avoid long lines and lengthy stopovers in the comfort, privacy and security of your own aircraft. Fly BVI offers on-demand air charter services enabling you to fly where you want, when you want. So as they say, ‘Relax, you’re with Fly BVI!’
Drop the Anchor
Head to Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbour with its 111-slip marine facility to re-supply, recuperate and, most importantly, relax. With facilities to accommodate yachts from 10 to 160 ft, the harbour is also home to a range of on-shore facilities including restaurants, boutiques and banking.
Experience a home away from home with Villa Aquamare, an exclusive villa conglomerate located on Mahoe Bay. Featuring three large villas, each accommodating up to 12 guests, Villa Aquamere is surrounded by lush, tropical landscaping offering breathtaking views of the Sir Francis Drake Channel.
A geological wonder comprised of magnificent granite boulders formed by molten rock seeping into volcanic rock layers centuries ago, The Baths is a major tourist attraction. Accessible via a series of ladders, the giant boulders are surrounded by crystal clear water and white sandy beaches for you to swim and snorkel the day away.
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