British Virgin Island - Tourist Attractions

The British Virgin Islands bring royalty to their doorsteps for every tourist that visits this region. These islands float in the beautiful Caribbean Sea, neighboring their sister islands, the United States Virgin Islands to the east. British Virgin Islands is a modernized territory of Britain, consisting of five separate groups of the islands namely: the Anegada Islands, Jost Van Dyke Islands, Southern Islands, Tortola Island that is the largest island of all islands, and the Virgin Gouda Islands. British Virgin Islands take advantage of its beach assets brought about by its numerous islands. In addition to the beach sites are the important historic sites and so much fun activities taking place in these islands. 


British Virgin Islands can be accessed by airplane or sea. Tourists from other countries should board an airplane in San Juan or Puerto Rico in North America, or in United Kingdom’s Antigua city or alternatively in Saint Martin.

Attraction sites that boast their unique beauties in the British Virgin Island are: 

High number of white sandy beaches manicured with pretty coral reefs and some cultural villages dwelling in some of the islands. The islands have many extensive beaches so it would be difficult to find a particular beach that is overcrowded apart from the only crowded beach site known as Cane Garden Bay located in the Tortola Island.



Cane Garden Bay is the largest beach of the British Virgin Island in terms of the population of tourists that flock into the beach. This bay is located in Tortola Island. It is a center of beach fun like sunbathing, diving, snorkeling, skiing and sailing. The beach has its own accommodation facilities like villas and holiday houses to house its visitors. Tourists can enjoy unique world class cuisine with a rich British taste in the fine restaurants within the beach. There are various forms of entertainment and also the night clubs that will enable you enjoy clubbing all night long.



The O’Neal Botanical Gardens make the colorful floral part of the national park group of the British Virgin Islands. These gardens have many kinds of plant species including the indigenous ones that are nurtured within them. There is also a fresh rain forest and many waterfalls that complete the splendid paradise existence of these gardens. 



A paradise can never exist if it has no animals to embrace it. Thus many animal species have been settled in the gardens to complete their natural ecosystem. The different colorful bird species and the tortoise species with reddish are a rare species to be found in any other part of the world.



The most popular attraction site among all other sites is the Baths found in a place known as Virgin Gorda. These baths are beautiful natural pools at the beach where tourists swim and even get a chance to view the spectacular marine environment within the sea by snorkeling activity. Still within Virgin Gorda is an amazing natural wonder inform of volcanic rocks arrangement formed possibly during the pre-historic period.



Tourists can seek shelter in any of the facilities provided by the islands. Fine restaurants and hotels still stand in the some of the islands especially in the largest island, Tortola Island. T5hey serve quite a large number of different delicious local and international cuisines. There are unique beach resorts, hotels and villas to spend their nights as they enjoy the adventures in the British Virgin Islands.

British Virgin Island map