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Tortola, capital island of the BVI.

Experience the beauty of Tortola.

Swim or stroll the white-sand beaches, explore ancient ruins or our delectable local cuisine, or drop anchor and rock with the rhythm of the azure ocean.  In Tortola, the largest island of the BVI chain, there’s a variety of Caribbean vacation activities to indulge in.

Beaches and Boats:  Swim or snorkel at the secluded palm-shaded sands of:

  • Apple Bay
  • Brewer's Bay
  • Elizabeth Beach
  • Josiah's Bay Beach
  • Long Bay Beach
  • Smuggler's Cove

Visit the protected anchorages at:

  • Brandywine Bay
  • Cane Garden Bay
  • Hodge's Creek
  • Soper's Hole
  • Trellis Bay, a boater’s paradise 

You can also fish, scuba dive and enjoy other water sports from our beach’s many well-equipped facilities.

Culture & History:  Discover Tortola's history with a visit to:

  • BVI Folk Museum
  • Fort Burt
  • Mount Healthy Windmill
  • Callwood's Rum Distillery
  • J.R. O'Neal Botanic Gardens

Shop: Everything from local spices, jams, rums, and soaps to handcrafted jewelry, silk-screened fabrics, and local art, can be found on Main Street in the capital city of Road Town.

Taste: For a taste of the Caribbean island’s rich cultural mix and local delicacies such as fresh lobster, conch, spicy goat curries, Johnny Cakes and West Indian roti, indulge in a four-star dinner at a converted sugarmill or a quaint meal in a pastel-painted cottage.

Natural Beauty:  Take your Caribbean vacation to new heights on the cool slopes of Sage Mountain National Park, where traces of a primeval rain forest can still be seen at higher elevations.

To & From: Warm, friendly and hospitable, Tortola has a wide variety of places to stay, ranging from luxury resorts and private villas to scenic campgrounds. Convenient to the other British Virgin Islands, regular ferries, private and crewed yachts, and planes offer visitors daily commuting options.

 
 
 
 

Tortola, capital island of the BVI.

Experience the beauty of Tortola.

Swim or stroll the white-sand beaches, explore ancient ruins or our delectable local cuisine, or drop anchor and rock with the rhythm of the azure ocean.  In Tortola, the largest island of the BVI chain, there’s a variety of Caribbean vacation activities to indulge in.

Beaches and Boats:  Swim or snorkel at the secluded palm-shaded sands of:

  • Apple Bay
  • Brewer's Bay
  • Elizabeth Beach
  • Josiah's Bay Beach
  • Long Bay Beach
  • Smuggler's Cove

Visit the protected anchorages at:

  • Brandywine Bay
  • Cane Garden Bay
  • Hodge's Creek
  • Soper's Hole
  • Trellis Bay, a boater’s paradise 

You can also fish, scuba dive and enjoy other water sports from our beach’s many well-equipped facilities.

Culture & History:  Discover Tortola's history with a visit to:

  • BVI Folk Museum
  • Fort Burt
  • Mount Healthy Windmill
  • Callwood's Rum Distillery
  • J.R. O'Neal Botanic Gardens

Shop: Everything from local spices, jams, rums, and soaps to handcrafted jewelry, silk-screened fabrics, and local art, can be found on Main Street in the capital city of Road Town.

Taste: For a taste of the Caribbean island’s rich cultural mix and local delicacies such as fresh lobster, conch, spicy goat curries, Johnny Cakes and West Indian roti, indulge in a four-star dinner at a converted sugarmill or a quaint meal in a pastel-painted cottage.

Natural Beauty:  Take your Caribbean vacation to new heights on the cool slopes of Sage Mountain National Park, where traces of a primeval rain forest can still be seen at higher elevations.

To & From: Warm, friendly and hospitable, Tortola has a wide variety of places to stay, ranging from luxury resorts and private villas to scenic campgrounds. Convenient to the other British Virgin Islands, regular ferries, private and crewed yachts, and planes offer visitors daily commuting options.