Best Beaches to Explore during Your BVI Sailing Vacation
Since you want to make the most of your time during your sailing vacation to the British Virgin Islands, it’s important to pre-plan every detail of your trip. An important part of your v
acation planning is to first decide which beaches and islands you would like to visit on your sailing charters BVI and how much time you will be spending at each location so you have enough time to see all the places you have been craving for a long time.
Following is a list of top 8 beaches that will make sure you haven’t missed out any place during your sailing vacation.
The Baths of Vigin Gorda
This is one of the largest and most beautiful islands of the British Virgin Islands. It offers a national park full of white sandy beaches, tidal pools and grottoes. It is also considered to be the best snorkeling place in the entire Caribbean.
Trunk Bay, St. John
Make sure you don’t miss this beach during your vacation on a sailing charter to BVI. The beach offers the most breathtaking views in the Caribbean and all its tourist attractions have been well preserved by the caretakers.
Magens Bay Beach, St. Thomas
The beach has been named after St. Thomas, who, according to legends, waited here for the ships to plunder. The beach has remarkable calm water and fine sand, making it the best place to relax and have fun.
Cane Garden Bay, Tortola
This one is probably the most visited beaches by all those travelling on a sailing charter to BVI. The scenery offered by the beach is nothing less than that shown in travel ads. With its silky white sandy beaches, palm trees and excellent food, Cane Garden Bay is a must see on your next sailing vacation.
Sandy Point, St. Croix
This is one the largest beaches in the Virgin Islands and is called a geological exception because it is a sea mountain.
White Bay, Jost Van Dyke
This island is home to some great restaurants that you might want to pay a visit to during your trip. Its snow colored sand and turquoise waters along with offshore reef offer a perfect spot for snorkeling.
Jack and Isaac Bays Preserve, St. Croix
These are twin beaches set between rolling hills and deep valleys. It’s a perfect place for fishing, offering more than 400 species.
Loblolly Beach, Anegada
This is a great place for those who are seeking some private time away from the crowd. The beach with its natural beauty is usually deserted and offers a small restaurant where one can drop for a cold drink in the shade after a relaxing day at the beach.
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