The BVI is the place to be
if you love watersport! Over half the BVI tourists
spend a week at sea, as the islands are fun to navigate by boat.
For landlubbers we still offer ferry services.
Choose from sailing, surfing, snorkeling, swimming,
windsurfing, kite boarding, kayaking, cruising, SCUBA diving and of
course life's a beach for limin' and sun tanning., all in the British
The British Virgin Islands
about 50 small Caribbean islands; around 15 are inhabited. They are
located a few miles east of the U.S. Virgin Islands. The North Atlantic
Ocean lies to the north of the islands, and the Caribbean Sea lies to
The largest islands of the BVI group are
Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke.
capital and largest town, is situated on Tortola.