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One of our guests enjoying a scuba diving experience in BVI
One of our guests enjoying a scuba diving experience in BVI

A lot of things to do in BVI, a picture-perfect paradise. You can explore from stunning British Virgin Islands beaches, sailing and yachting, various dive sites, and other attractions.

Whether you’re looking for an adventure or want to relax and soak up the sun, guests will never run out of things to do in BVI. British Virgin Islands trips are both exciting and relaxing.

So, read on to discover why this Caribbean gem should be on every traveler’s bucket list.

Snorkeling Spots in the BVI

Snorkeling in the British Virgin Islands is a must for any nature lover. Thus, the clear turquoise waters of this paradise offer some of the best snorkeling spots in the world. With islands teeming with colorful fish and stunning coral formations, there is something to captivate snorkelers of different ages.

BVIs are a snorkeling paradise. The best time to go is during summer, between June and August, when the water is calm and clear. Don’t forget to bring your own snorkel gear to better enjoy the marine life.

Spend your BVI snorkeling journey in Tortola, Norman Island, Peter Island, Cooper Island, Jost Van Dyke, and Virgin Gorda. They’re home to various protected marine life areas – coral reefs, shipwrecks, tropical fish, sea turtles, manta rays, and more!

  • Monkey Point – Guana Island
  • The Baths – Virgin Gorda
  • Treasure Point – Norman Island
  • Nanny Cay – Tortola
  • The Bight – Norman Island
  • Horseshoe Reef – Anegada

Whether you’re an experienced or a beginner snorkeler, BVI’s underwater world offers plenty of fascinating sites. A one of a kind experience.

Scuba Diving

Scuba diving in the British Virgin Islands offers the perfect escape for adventurers seeking unparalleled underwater exploration. BVI diving spots boast stunning shipwrecks, seamounts, coral gardens, and sandy bottoms for a truly remarkable experience.

Here’s some famous scuba diving in the BVI:

  • RMS Rhone Shipwreck – Salt Island
  • Wreck Alley – between Salt Island and Cooper Island
  • Vanishing Rock – Cooper Island
  • Blonde Rock – Great Dog Island
  • Sharkplaneo – Great Dog Island
  • Carvel Rock – Ginger Island
  • Diamond Reef – Great Camanoe
  • Dip N’ Scrub – Scrub Island
  • Monkey Point – Guana Island
  • The Aquarium – Virgin Gorda
  • Kodiak Queen – new dive site in BVI

So, for the adventurous diver, you will enjoy exploring the underwater world of BVI.

Fishing Boat Charters

The diversity of these islands is captivating, with numerous moorings. They offer a sailor’s paradise for avid fishermen to reel in some of the biggest fish in the Caribbean. If fishing charters are more your style, then the BVI’s are the perfect place for you.

Bonefishing

From Beef Island to Camanoe Islands and Jost van Dyke, fishing enthusiasts can experience a day of bonefishing. The clear waters around the islands make it easy to spot the fish below, and you can find several flats.

The North Sound also offers excellent fishing spots, such as Colquhoun Reef and Eustatia Reef off Virgin Gorda. You can target various species. With fishing boat charters in BVI, you are sure to have an amazing fishing adventure.

Deep Sea Fishing

For a unique Caribbean fishing experience, explore the world-class sport fishing in the British Virgin Islands. BVI offers incredible deep-sea fishing opportunities. Fish caught ranges from Mahi-Mahi, Wahoo, Tuna, and various billfish, including the famed Atlantic Blue Marlin.

June to October is especially attractive for monster Atlantic Blue Marlin anglers. The North Drop (the second deepest ocean depth on the planet at 33,000 feet deep) is just off the coast of Jost van Dyke Island. In addition, you can try your luck at catching Blue and White Marlin, Long-billed Spearfish, Sailfish, Mahi Mahi and Wahoo. Other fishes you might catch are Kingfish, Shark, Blackfin Tuna, Skipjack Tuna, Little Tunny or even giant Yellowfin Tuna.

A fishing boat charter in BVI promises a once-in-a-lifetime fishing experience. Explore marine life with an experienced crew and expert knowledge.

Trolling (Fishing)

Trolling is an exciting way to go fishing from your yacht, especially in the BVI. At slower sailing speeds of 2-3 knots, you can snag mackerel, jacks, barracuda, and yellowtail snapper. But up the speed to 5-7 knots and troll your way towards Anegada for the chance at Wahoo and Mahi Mahi.

One great spot to troll is just off the Queen Elizabeth Bridge’s west side, which connects Beef Island to Tortola. The strong current here makes it easy to access and allows you to drag your line across the surface. Besides, grab the chance of catching mackerel, kingfish, or tuna.

some of our guests enjoyed a fishing boat charter in BVI
some of our guests enjoyed a fishing boat charter in BVI

All in all, fishing in the British Virgin Islands allows plenty of exciting opportunities to land a great catch. But, for those who want to take fishing to the next level, you need to get a fishing license if you’re 18 years old and above.

Visitors can enjoy fishing by securing a fishing license and observing local laws and regulations.

Kiteboarding in the British Virgin Islands

Experience the ultimate kiteboarding holiday in the British Virgin Islands! Whether a kiteboarding charter vacation or a BVI Kite Safari, BVI Kiteboarding Charters can make your trip a reality.

Kitesurfing, or kiteboarding, is an extreme sport. The kite surfer uses wind power with a large kite pulling across the water, land, or snow surface. Combining aspects of paragliding, surfing, windsurfing, kiteboarding, snowboarding, and wakeboarding.

Experienced captains and crews can take you to the best spots depending on their guests’ wind direction, strength, and riding style preference. Some of the great kitesurfing spots in BVI include:

  • Anegada Loblolly Bay
  • West End Point
  • Necker Island
  • North Sound Virgin Gorda
  • Sandy Spit near Jost Van Dyke
  • Brewers Bay in Tortola

Book your BVI Kite Safari today for the most memorable and exciting holiday experience ever.

Hiking Trails

Witness the wonders in the British Virgin Islands. Its stunning beaches, crystal-clear waters, and lush rainforests are a must-see.

Therefore, hike to the highest point in the BVI, Sage Mountain National Park, about 1710 feet. Within the park are hiking trails, waterfalls, with mahogany trees thriving along other vegetation.

Enjoy breathtaking 360-degree views of the islands and the sparkling Caribbean Sea during moderate hikes. While easy hikes can reach a stunning viewpoint overlooking Tortola, St. John, and neighboring islands.

Don’t miss out the lookout point for panoramic island views. This short and rewarding hike is perfect for catching the sunrise or sunset. Indeed, BVI is a hiker’s paradise.

To discover more of the hidden coves and cays for your BVI hiking adventure, it’s best to rent a boat. Charter a private yacht to complement your travel style. Whether enjoying the natural wonders, historical sites, or vibrant nightlife.

Other hiking trails you shouldn’t miss in the British Virgin Islands include:

  • Fallen Jerusalem National Park
  • Bubbly Pool (Jost Van Dyke)
  • The Baths to Devil’s Bay Trail
  • Gorda Peak and Baths Circular Hike 
  • Little Trunk Bay to Cane Bay Trail (St. John)

Nightlife

Unlike any other islands, enjoy the laid-back atmosphere in this Caribbean pace. BVIs offer a diverse nightlife scene, from iconic beach bar, live music, and delicious food.

So, grab the chance to sip the signature Painkiller cocktail of Soggy Dollar Bar. This beach bar on White Bay in Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands made a rum-based cocktail. Taste pineapple juice, orange juice, cream of coconut, and nutmeg in every toss. 

Here’s a breakdown of the BVI’s vibrant nightlife scene:

  • Cow Wreck Beach – Anegada
  • The Baths:  From the stunning granite boulders, indulge in sunset cocktails and delicious food at restaurants like Baths Estate Bar & Grill.
  • Saba Rock – Virgin Gorda

Whether a popular spot for swimming, sunbathing, and party life, the BVIs offer festive experiences.  Don’t also miss the legendary full moon parties in Trellis Bay or Norman Island.

Island Hopping

Island tours in the BVIs range from quick half-day jaunts to week-long adventures in a cruise ship. With over 50 islands and cays to explore, choosing the perfect island tour can be overwhelming.

Visit the four main islands in the BVI: Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke. Then, sail between these islands on a catamaran or yacht. And spend nights anchored in different bays.

Contact us and we’ll create a unique route that will make your BVI island hopping adventure less hassle. Here’s an example of a Weekend getaway (from one island to another):

  • Day 1: Sail into Tortola, explore Road Town and enjoy dinner at a waterfront restaurant.
  • Day 2: Take a day trip to Jost Van Dyke, relax on White Bay, and soak up the laid-back vibes at Foxy’s Bar.
  • Day 3: Sail or ferry to Virgin Gorda, explore The Baths and swim in the natural pools.

What interest you the most? Tailor your trip based on your desired island hopping experience. Whether visiting iconic reefs, relaxing on pristine beaches, or exploring local cuisines, experience the magic of the BVIs!

Go Shopping in the BVI

Shopping in the British Virgin Islands is about connecting with the local culture. In fact, the island is not a prime shopping destination. Top things to buy include souvenirs, local treasures, or luxurious finds.

The BVI also offers breezy island apparel, sandals, and hats for a laid-back Caribbean vibe. Or, you can cherish locally made hot sauces, jams, and spices to bring the BVI taste home.

Consider “island hopping” for unique finds. Of course, each island has its own character and local artisans. Tortola is the most favorite shopping spot, with local arts & crafts stalls. Don’t ever miss out the BVI’s most famous liquor and rum cake.

Family Charter Activities

Families looking to explore the beautiful British Virgin Islands (BVI) need not worry about entertaining their kids. BVI Kids and the Sea Program, Charter Yacht Society of the BVI (Pack for a Purpose), and Kids & the Sea Programme (KATS) offer water safety courses. Also, fun activities for kids ages 4 to 15.

Moreover, families can book BVI family-friendly catamaran charters for a relaxing and enjoyable trip. Sailing, snorkeling, kiteboarding, or tubing your family desires, these yachts come with well-equipped water sports lockers. In addition to professional captains who will perfectly plan your day. A chef on board will take care of your meals– ensuring a truly luxurious family vacation experience.

Many islands, resorts, and marinas to choose from. Thus, ensure your family doesn’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to explore a BVI family-friendly destination.

one of our guests enjoy swimming with sharks in BVI
one of our guests enjoy swimming with sharks in BVI

More Things to do in BVI

When you think of the British Virgin Islands, most people can only think of beach days and beautiful turquoise waters. But there is so much more to this stunning Caribbean destination.

In addition to sunbathing on the beach, BVI also offers a variety of heritage tourism activities. Visitors can learn about the area’s history, culture, and cuisine by visiting historical landmarks such as:

  • The 1780 Lower Estate Sugar Works – Road Town BVI
  • 1910 Britannic Hall – Road Town BVI
  • Callwood Rum Distillery – Cane Garden Bay
  • Fort Burt – Road Town
  • Her Majesty’s Prison Museum – Tortola
  • Jost Van Dyke Preservation Society – Great Harbour
  • Little Fort National Park – South of the Yacht Harbour
  • Mount Healthy National Park – Tortola
  • North Shore Shell Museum – Carrot Bay
  • Old Government House Museum – Road Town
  • Sir Olva Georges Plaza – Road Town
  • St. Phillips Anglican Church – Kingston
  • The Copper Mine Ruins – the south-eastern tip of Virgin Gorda
  • The Noel Lloyd / P.A.M. Park – Road Town
  • Thornton Plantation – Pleasant Valley
  • HLSCC Marine Centre – East End

If you’re looking for a little extra zen during your visit, yoga classes on Yoga Yacht Charters are great options. Those looking for an adventure can embark on zip-line tours or choose from the many hiking trails in the area.

A learn-to-sail charter is another option for guests who want to know more about the basics of sailing. Lastly, wellness charters provide a unique way to combine sightseeing with yoga and meditation. Such activities are good for mental and physical health.

No matter how you spend your time in BVI, there’s sure to be something that appeals to every type of traveler.

Don’t Miss these Must-See Spots in the British Virgin Islands

If you’re planning to travel to the British Virgin Islands, there are various must-see spots that you should not miss. And you’ll only find the best things to do in BVI, whether on land or at sea level, as you explore this tropical paradise.

This is the ultimate experience for you and your family. From breathtaking hikes and gorgeous beaches to world-class snorkeling and sailing opportunities. So, contact a BVI SAIL expert yacht charter broker today. With their knowledge and expertise, they can create a tailored British Virgin Islands travel that is perfect for you.

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