British Virgin Island's Top Stops: Places To Visit When You're Sailing The BVI
As one of the premiere sailing holiday provider in the industry, Med Sailing Holidays is making it a point to come up with more options to accommodate their growing clientele. It is within the company’s mission and vision to open new possibilities for those who want to experience a true sailing retreat, as well as to give newcomers something to look forward to.
It is within this motive that Med Sailing Holidays is planning to re-open the docks to their British Virgin Islands tour to complement their top-rated Croatia and Greece tour. More commonly known as BVI to those who keep it close to their hearts, the British Virgin Islands is, hands down, a melting pot of sand, sea and surf, as well as snorkeling on the side.
The flock is located east of Puerto Rico and is surrounded by the crisp waters of the Caribbean, making it one of the top destinations of vacationers all over the world. BVI has four main islands: Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost Van Dyke. 50 more islands, mostly of which are inhabited, dot the formation. Its tropical rainforest climate also makes BVI a destination for tourists to bask under the sun and enjoy nature’s best bounties.
To keep your excitement to the maximum, here are some of BVI’s top hot spots. There are still more to be discovered, but these are just the tip of the iceberg and a promising addition to your wish-list and must-visit itinerary.
CANE GARDEN BAY
Tortola’s Cane Garden Bay is a popular stop for tourists and voyagers simply because of its relaxing ambiance and accessibility. While its white lined beach is a common sight, the Bay’s handful of restaurants and bars come in a close second.
As its name suggests, Cane Garden Bay is known for its sweet sugarcane. Along this path is Callwood’s Rum Distillery, the oldest running distillery in the British Virgin Islands.
Brewer’s Bay on the other hand is a transport to an exquisite snorkeling and diving spot. Shallow and clear waters will entice any visitor to take a plunge and revel at marine treasures it offer.
Easily considered as one of the top 5 diving spots in the BVI, the Indians can either be on the first or the last of your sailing holiday at any given time. It is also the second most popular diving site in the BVI, as well as a must-visit snorkeling pit due to its shallow areas.
The Indians’ four pinnacles is a sight to behold, first and foremost. It reminds of an Indian’s headdress, thus the name. The Indians is packed with soft corals, sponges and marine life. In addition, an underwater cave provides more attraction to divers.
Arguably the most popular attraction of the island, Virgin Gorda’s The Baths is a “geological wonder” and is famous for its granite boulders, or batholiths. It creates a natural masterpiece where these boulders stand proud and a maze of grottos and caves welcome any visitor to explore its crevices.
The Baths Natural Park also includes Devil’s Bay and Spring Bay as an addition to the island’s tourist attraction. This popular daytime destination is popular for its white sand, mooring buoys and some of the best beaches in the world.