British Virgin Islands
Overview of Island
British Virgin Islands is a small archipelago of 4 main islands. Its nearest neighbours are Bermuda to the north, Anguilla to the east, US Virgin Islands to the south and south-west and Puerto Rico to the west. Combined they are estimated to be 59 sq. miles.
Capital: Road Town, Tortola (largest Island)
British Virgin Islands or BVI as it is fondly known as, was originally inhabited by both Arawak and Carib Indians.
They were settled by the Dutch in 1648 then taken over by the British in 1672 and granted autonomy and self-government status in 1967.
The economy is tourism driven and tied to the $US, in addition to its offshore financial trade.
Things to do
Scuba & Snorkeling
Swimming with the Dolphin
Surfing, Windsurfing & Kitesurfing
Where to stay
Anegada Beach Club
Anegada Beach Club is Anegada's newest and best in accommodations, beach, activities and dining! Experience "Glamping" in our Beachfront Luxury Tents for one night or ten.