The Virgin Islands are filled with exciting and beautiful places to see. Part of the adventure can be the surprise of it all. If you’re new to this area, you may not have a specific destination in mind, but having an idea about what you might enjoy most will help us make your dream a reality. To spark your imagination, we’ve listed a few of our favorite experiences and destination spots to visit. Consider which one seems right for you. Remember, we are here to help create your unique BoatDay.
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JOST VAN DYKE SNORKEL TRIP
Enjoy some of the best snorkeling the British Virgin Islands have to offer. View the coral at the shallow Norman Island Caves or the Indians rock formation off Pelican Rock with beautifully colored fish. Have a delicious lunch at The Willy T pirate ship or at the beach bar and restaurant, Pirates Bight. Afterward, spend the afternoon at White Bay Beach and enjoy the lively restaurants and bars including the world famous Soggy Dollar Bar on the island of Jost Van Dyke.
Jost Van Dyke Beach Hop
Jost Van Dyke is the smallest of the four main islands of the British Virgin Islands. We’ll visit the Great Harbour where we can stop at Foxy's, a popular stop for relaxation and shopping. After, we can explore Sandy Cay or Sandy Spit for beautiful and secluded scenery. A visit to Diamond Cay will bring us to Foxy’s Taboo for a tasty lunch and great water views. Then it’s off to the popular Soggy Dollar Bar for a world famous painkiller and a run at their ring toss game.
Tortola Snorkeling and Jost Van Dyke
For a little bit of everything, we’ll visit the Cane Garden Bay Beach on the island of Tortola to explore the shops and restaurants before heading off to Brewer’s Bay for some great snorkeling. After, we can island hop to Jost Van Dyke for lunch and relaxation at the long-established Foxy's and then kick-back and relax at One Love Bar and Grill.
Virgin Gorda Trip
A definite bucket list item, Virgin Gorda is the eastern most British Virgin Island, mostly famous for The Baths, a national park with unbelievable granite boulders, which form sheltered sea pools by the shoreline. Optional visits can include Marina Cay, a secluded eight acre island which has many quiet lagoons and is home to Pusser’s Restaurant, and Cooper Island which is another great place to have lunch.
Peter Island / Cooper Island
These adjacent private islands can be the perfect escape for the explorer. Peter Island is home to The Willy T pirate ship and the beautiful Peter Island Resort. There are breathtaking coves to visit along with many shopping and restaurant choices. Cooper Island is a great place to stop and have lunch either on your way back from Virgin Gorda or after visiting Peter Island.
Explore the Shores of St. John
Many aspects of St. John can only be seen and enjoyed from the deck of a boat. Spend a day boating around St. John exploring the many coves and snorkel stops. Coral Bay, located on the East End of the island, has many dining options. Or for something more unique, stop at Christmas Cove in St Thomas and pull up to the Pizza-Pi boat, which is a food truck concept on a boat.