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Are you planning an unforgettable summer vacation? Would you enjoy the pleasant summer breeze and refreshing cocktails on a wonderful seashore? No matter if you come with a big family, your partner, or as a single, you’ll certainly find the most ideal pastime on the British Virgin Islands.

Location of the British Virgin Islands

The British Virgin Islands are part of the Leeward Islands located in the Lesser Antilles. They make up a big part of the Virgin Islands and the Caribbean region. They’re northeast to the United States Virgin Islands. The Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea surround it from the north and the west. Smaller islands: Great Camanoe, Guana Island, Peter Island, Salt Island, Beef Island, Cooper Island, Ginger Island, Norman Island and several smaller islands are scattered across the Sir Francis Drake Canal. More than 50 islands are part of it from which only 16 are inhabited and some of them are private. Most islands are built by volcanic rocks. Its area is 153 km2, with nearly 30,000 inhabitants and the official language is English. The capital is Road Town on the island of Tortola. Most of the islands’ rocks islands are volcanic in origin. Their highest point is Mount Sage with 521 m.

History of the British Virgin Islands

Christopher Columbo discovered the group of islands in 1493 and named them the Islands of “Saint Ursula and her 11,000 Virgins”. First, Dutch settled down here, then Great Britain annexed the area. They only established the first settlement around 1680. The name of the islands was simply Virgin Islands until the end of World War I. By that time the US bought the nearby Dutch West India from the Netherlands and named them United States Virgin Islands. In 1958 the islands joined the West Indian Federation. With the end of the federation, it became an independent colony and was given an independent municipality. The foreign affairs, national defense, and a part of economic affairs are under the authority of the governor, nominated by the British Queen. The locally elected parliament and deputy governor coordinates coordinated everything else.

Beaches in the British Virgin Islands

It’s easy spending a whole day with just swimming and sipping on coconut milk on a gorgeous beach of the islands. Gentle waves and clean water are waiting for beginner surfers. Stand-up paddle boarding and snorkeling are also appealing for the lovers of water. Besides that, many caves, botanical gardens, and national parks attract explorers. Anyone finds their ideal beach on the islands. From milling bars and crowded beaches to hidden gulfs, there are countless opportunities.

Tortola beach

Traits of the beaches in Tortola Island are white sandy shores, wooded groves and yacht ports. It’s a true tropical paradise. This island is the largest and most populated part of the British Virgin Islands. Road Town is the capital, which means it provides easy accessibility for beaches and visitors. Tortola offers several dining opportunities to make the days on the beach even more enjoyable.

Jost Van Dyke: White Bay

It’s a classic Caribbean seaside with perfect sand, sailboats, and yachts in its gulf. Lively bars, refreshing cocktails, and the view of luxuriant mountains decorate this beach. It’s ideal for lovers of water sports and young people.

Jost Van Dyke: Big port

We could call Jost Van Dyke the center of the island. Its main attractions are restaurants and beach bars. Live music and special events are frequent. For example, the wood regatta race or the party on St. Patrick’s day. People love anchoring their boats and yachts here, especially at New Year’s Eve, at the time of huge parties.

Main attractions in the British Virgin Islands:

One of the sights on the islands is the JR O’Neal Botanical Garden. Even in exotic gardening, its beauty is incomparable. It has more than 62 species of plants and several special bird species. It offers a great opportunity for a summer picnic. Many tourists visit Virgin Gorda to view the beautiful baths. Guests can swim in exotic pools and caves while enjoying crystal clear water. The rocks on the seashore indicate the island’s volcanic origin. Lava corroded granite creating wonderful formations of baths. When visiting the Island of Tortola, don’t forget to try fresh seafood in one of the coastal caves or big historical buildings.

Weather in the British Virgin Islands

The Caribbean region has the traits of the all year hot and humid tropical climate. The weather is somewhat cool and dry from the middle of January to the middle of April. From the middle of June to the middle of November it’s usually hot, wet, and rainy. Wet rains and trade winds cool the islands. Hurricanes are frequent between July and October.

Crewed yacht charter in the British Virgin Islands

The port of the British Virgin Islands is the so-called Nanny Cay Marina. It’s a modern, naturally sheltered port, where several services are available. It’s also a popular destination of rental boats and yachts for those who wish to explore the region on the sea. Development of coastal holiday resorts started here in the 1970’s. A short bridge connects the port to the island of Tortola. Nanny Cay also has a boat factory next to it. The port has berths for 180 motor cruisers and yachts, storage for almost 200 boats, and two boat lifts of 50 and 70 tons capacity. In addition, there’s a hotel with 40 rooms as well as coastal houses right within reach. There are two restaurants, a small supermarket, shops, boutiques, a diving shop, a water sports center, and even a gym in the port’s vicinity. The British Virgin Islands offer quality pastime for visitors of every age. Breathtaking landscapes and sandy seashores welcome visitors.

More information about British Virgin Islands

The British Virgin Islands has a stable year-round tropical climate, like other islands in the Caribbean. Average temperatures on the island vary from 20º to 30º C. From December to March, the daily average temperature is around 25 º C. From May to October the daily averages are around 28 °C. The dry season lasts from December to March. The rainy season starts in May with showers till November. September is the rainiest month. Hurricanes may occur from June through November, most likely during September.

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