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4 popular regions in the UK Virgin Islands:

  1. 1
    Virgin Islands
  2. 2
    Caribbean Islands
  3. 3
    Virgin Gorda
  4. 4
    Tortola

Explore and find Hotels in the British Virgin Islands

Two cultures meld into one on The British Virgin Islands. English is spoken and fish and chips are dished out, yet these sun-kissed islands also possess palm-fringed beaches, remote reefs, lush hillsides and secluded coves form the landscape, and most of the 50 islands are protected from development. The largest of the islands, Tortola, is home to the capital, Road Town. From here you can explore pristine beaches like Cane Garden Bay, or the forests of Sage Mountain National Park. Meanwhile, slower-paced Virgin Gorda is home to the famous Baths – natural rock pools formed from large granite boulders. Go early to beat the crowds. The islands are also magnets for scuba divers. Hop on a boat and skim your way to the low-lying Anegada atoll to swim among vivid coral reefs, or over to Salt Island, where an old shipwreck is visible from the water’s surface. Accommodation in the British Virgin Islands consists mainly of hotels and villas, found on Tortola Island.