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British Virgin Islands Vacation Travel

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When to go?
There are no direct flights from the U.S., so you will probably want to head to the British Virgin Islands when you have got more than a weekend to spare. High season starts around Christmas, and prices do not drop significantly until April 15th. Some restaurants may be closed in the fall, but delicious lobsters of Anegada will still be in season! Note that tropical storms can hit in the late summer.

Where to stay?
Many people choose to sail or charter a boat (overnight boats are available) around the BVI - just to touch on each of its appealing isles. If you prefer to: rent your own island, grab a weekend hotel package, or camp on the beach, the British Virgin Islands is ready to accommodate you. Tortola, the largest of the British Virgin Islands, offers the most lodging options and action, while Virgin Gorda offers a number of five star exclusive resorts as well as guest houses. Rooms on both Anegada and Jost Van Dyke await you for calmer prices, complementing the sleepy charm of the islands.

What to do?
Visitors to BVI love to snorkel, sail and swim. With buildings allowed only as high as the palm tress, these island outposts have stayed quaint and picturesque for general touring. Take a memorable dip in The Baths on the beach front on Virgin Gorda- swimming holes nestled between massive boulders from an era long past.


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