British Virgin Islands Itinerary

There are so many options of things to do in the British Virgin Islands.


On your crewed yacht charter in the British Virgin Islands, you are sure to hit a beach bar or beach club. It’s easier to get around on your yacht charter.


Day 1:


Pick up at Nanny Cay, Tortola. If flying into the airport Beef Island Tortola, pick up at Trellis Bay. Head over to Kelly’s Cove on Norman Island. Norman Island is said to be what the book and movies Treasure Island are based on. Here we can snorkel in the caves and hunt for treasure. Here you can go ashore to the Pirates Bight for cocktails at the beach bar.

Day 2:


After breakfast, we can head to Deadman’s Bay on Peter Island. A large rock formation between Peter Island and Salt Island, Dead Chest Island is where the British pirate Arthur Teach – Blackbeard is thought to have abandoned 15 of his men, who he was most displeased with, on the island with only a bottle of rum, hence the song “15 men on a dead man’s chest, yo ho ho and a bottle of rum”! Dead Chest is an uninhabited National Park with three dive sites: Coral Gardens suitable for novice divers and snorkelers, Dead Chest West, and Painted Walls – which is perhaps one of the most photogenic dive sites in the British Virgin Islands

For the evening, head over to Foxy’s, where they have music. Foxy’s has live music and Full Moon parties. This beach bar is a lively area full of locals and tourists.



Day 3:


Next stop, Virgin Gorda! This is where we will enjoy the Baths, Devils Bay National Park, or Spring Bay. You will find beautiful peaks atop the mountain trails,

The Baths national park is a collection of massive granite boulders as large as 40 feet in diameter, with white sand beaches and secret rock pools. The cavernous surroundings are a result of molten rock seeping up into the existing volcanic rock layers. The molten rock did not reach the surface, so it cooled slowly and formed a hard crystalline granite layer. Further shrinkage and cracking formed blocks, which were exposed when the softer volcanic rock above eroded away. Weathering rounded the corners of the boulders to what they are today.

Some might enjoy Mountain Point or North Sound.

Day 4:


Since we are so close yet so far, and if the weather is right, we will set sail to Anegada, where we can enjoy a fresh lobster dinner. Anegada is home to Conch Island as well as many flamingos in different seasons. We can also enjoy some beach time on Cow Wreck Beach. An Anegada beach bar Tippzy at Loblolly Beach. Flamingo Pond, where you the flamingos will literally fly in circles around you. Check out the Anegada Beach Club.

Yes, it really is that bright and beautiful. Conch Island.



Day 5:


Once we have had our fill of breakfast, we will head to the Dog Islands for snorkeling and diving. The Dog Islands consists of 5 islets: Great Dog Island, George Dog Island, West Dog Island (a BVI national park), East Seal Dog Island, and Little Seal Dog Island.


Caribbean monk seals populated the area at one time. The seals made a barking noise that sounded very much like a dog. When sailors moored there, they heard the seals and assumed that they were dogs. Sailors regarded the Caribbean monk seal as a good source of protein, they are now extinct.



Day 6:


Sail to Muskmelon Bay on Guana Island or White Bay. Here we can snorkel or dive. There is a great hiking trail on the northern ridge or Muskmelon Bay. The sunset is stunning.


Guana Island is one of the few remaining privately-owned islands in its part of the world, Guana has seven white powder-sand beaches and 850 acres of tropical forest, mountains, hills, and valleys. The island is mostly a natural preserve and has a small resort.



Day 7:


For our final night /day, we can head to Sandy Spit, about an acre of white sandy beaches sitting midway between Sandy Cay and Green Cay. It measures less than half an acre in size and consists entirely of a ring of sandy beach surrounding light foliage. Then back to Jost Van Dyke. Here we will visit the famous Soggy Dollar Bar for more beach time and the original Painkillers. Or we can head over to Great Harbor for Karaoke at Foxy’s.



Day 8:


Head back to Nanny Cay or Trellis Bay for departure.


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