British Virgin Islands 

The Virgin Islands, often called the British Virgin Islands (BVI), is a British overseas territory, located in the Caribbean to the east of Puerto Rico. The islands make up part of the Virgin Islands archipelago, the remaining islands constituting the U.S. Virgin Islands. The British Virgin Islands consist of the main islands of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost Van Dyke, along with over fifty other smaller islands and cays. Approximately fifteen of the islands are inhabited. The capital, Road Town, is situated on Tortola, the largest island which is approximately 20 km (12 mi) long and 5 km (3 mi) wide. The islands have a total population of about 22,000, of whom approximately 18,000 live on Tortola.  

If Tortola is known for its lovely mountains and plethora of activities, Virgin Gorda offers travelers secluded resorts and sun-kissed beaches to enjoy. The tiny island of Jost Van Dyke is a wonderful place to kick back and relax; while the coral atoll of Anegada is known for its pretty beaches, rare birds, iguanas and wild goats.

Things to do in British Virgin Islands


   Our Top Three Hotels

Rosewood Little Dix Bay

Peter Island Resort

Fort Recovery  Villas






rosewood bay

Just beyond a colourful barrier reef, lapped by gentle blue waters, lies Rosewood Little Dix Bay - a truly authentic destination, tamed for sophisticated tastes. The timeless boutique resort on Virgin Gorda offers tranquillity found nowhere else in the Caribbean. Little Dix rewards its discerning guests with an instantaneous retreat from their fast-paced lives.  

The pristine sugary sand beaches, whispering breezes, and tranquil turquoise waters surrounding our stunning Tortola luxury accommodations will beckon your return – again and again. Savor a private island paradise that is truly unique. 

Built around an original 17th Century Dutch Fort, Fort Recovery is possibly one of the last standing and oldest, completely intact Fort in the entire Caribbean. This site is one of the most famous Historical Landmarks in the Caribbean. Accented with masses of bougainvillea, oleander, hibiscus flowers, & swaying palm trees, Fort Recovery is a hub of nature and intimacy.