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British Virgin Islands

To the east of the US Virgin Islands, nestled in the Caribbean you’ll find the British Virgin Islands. A self-governing, British overseas territory, the British Virgin Islands comprises of over 60 keys and islands, of which a numerous amount are uninhabited. Many of the islands, including the most visited islands of Tortola and Virgin Gorda, are dramatic volcanic islands while a small number are flat coral islands, some so low in elevation that they are not visible until sailing up close.   Anegada, often referred to as the “Drowned Island” is a low elevated coral island and is the second largest of the British Virgin Island archipelago. There are miles of beaches to enjoy on Anegada and it is relatively unvisited amongst the group. On the west side of the island there are flocks of flamingos to be found, they are attracted to the large salt pond that makes up the majority of the terrain, it is a spectacular sight as the sun rises and sets.   Tortola is the largest island of the British Virgin Islands and boats the capital city, Road Town. The island offers a plethora of stunning beaches, the majority consisting of soft white sandy shores and there are a few suitable for surfing activities. Brewer’s Bay offers the best snorkelling amongst the islands, there is lots of colourful marine life to get up close to. The beautiful uninhabited islands of the south offer explorer’s unlimited access to wonderful day trips, including a series of caves on the west side of Norman Island, an island that whispers the legends of treasure. Around the Coast of Norman Island you’ll find some intriguing dive sites such as the wrecks of The Rhone and The Fearless.   The island of Jost Van Dyke is a peaceful boat trip away from Tortola and is home to the infamous rum, Painkiller. There are lots of tranquil walks to be had across and around the island and for those who want to relax on a near-deserted beach in between visiting a handful of quaint shops and picking up some unique items for sale, will get the most out of visiting this island escape.   A relatively small island, approximately eight square miles and located a few miles from Tortola’s gorgeous shores is Virgin Gorda, an inhabited yet not over-commercialised part of the British Virgin Island nation. There are a small number of beaches to visit like the other islands, but the views are truly picturesque, head to the observation decks along North Sound Road for breath-taking views. For those interested in historic activities on the island, the ruins of The Copper Mine can be found at the south-eastern region of the island. Virgin Gorda will offer visitors an intimate, welcoming holiday stay.   The British Virgin Islands give travellers a sun drenched holiday paradise with a huge array of attractions to satisfy anyone, even if you’re ideal break is simple doing nothing at all.

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