Bitter End Yacht Club
Imitating a typical Caribbean beachfront village in style and lifestyle, this resort offers guests unforgettable sailing experiences. Its own sailing school will teach you how.
- Secluded Hotel
- Fresh Water Pool
- Sunset Cruises
Peter Island Resort & Spa
This luxury beachfront resort is unsurpassed in the British Virgin Islands in terms of romance it offers. Perfect to visit with the one you love.
- Eco Friendly Hotel
- Private Island
- Family Owned
Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina
Nestled on the serene waters of a beautiful bay and enjoying amazing weather year round, Scrub Island is the perfect place from which to discover the British Virgin Islands
- Private Beach
- Marina Hotel
- Breathtaking Location
With all the perks of a tropical climate and the cool action of the trade winds, British Virgin Islands Holidays are renowned above all for the quality of their sailing. Yacht chartering is a huge industry here, and with 60 Caribbean islands
in the British half of the Virgin Islands alone, it’s easy to see why. Every day brings new sights and sounds, and all you need to experience it all is the freedom of a yacht and a beautiful hotel to retire to after an energetic day of travel on the waves. Here, absolute seclusion is possible: sail off and find an island or a patch of open-water with nobody around, and relax undisturbed by fellow tourists.
Whether you sail or not, British Virgin Island Holidays are perfect for the holidaymaker who likes to avoid the crowds and the tourist traps that accompany them. The beaches of each of the main islands are easily accessible, offering a wide range of water sports as well as the usual sunbathing opportunities expected from a luxury tropical holiday.
Luxury Holidays to the British Virgin Islands
Sailing is just one of the many ways to experience the British Virgin Islands. You can find more details about yacht inclusive packages with the Bitter End Yacht Club here, or alternatively, yachts can be chartered whilst on the islands. But whilst chartering a boat is an important, affordable part of many holidays in the British Virgin Islands, there are plenty of other things to see and do as an alternative. The nation’s hotels are dotted around the islands: on the main islands of Tortola, Virgin Gorda and Jost Van Dyke, as well as exclusive holiday resorts on outliers like Anegada and Peter Island.
Interesting Facts about the British Virgin Islands
- Area – 59 sq miles
- Population – 27,000
- Capital – Road Town
- Official Languages – English
- Currency – U.S. Dollar (USD)
- Time Zone – UTC-4
- March – Caribbean Arts and Crafts Festival
- March – BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival
- May – BVI Music Festival
- August – BVI Emancipation Festival
Important Events in the British Virgin Islands
If you seek a holiday that gets you back to nature, has a slower tempo and which enables you the freedom to make your own entertainment, holidays to the British Virgin Islands are a perfect proposition. Call us today to book for the upcoming British Virgin Islands holiday 2016 season!