British virgin islands
7 day itinerary map

1. Norman Island – Snorkeling, hiking, beachcombing, attractions

2. Little Harbor, Peter Island – Snorkeling, hiking, watersports

3. Cooper Island Beach Club – Snorkeling, beachcombing, rum tasting

4. The Baths at Virgin Gorda – snorkeling, beachcombing, sightseeing

5. Long Bay, Virgin Gorda – Snorkeling, diving, beachcombing, watersports

6. North Sound Virgin Gorda – Sightseeing, attractions, watersports

7. Anegada – Sightseeing, kiteboarding, snorkeling, beachcombing

8. Cane Garden Bay, Tortola – barhopping, beachcombing, swimming

9. Jost Van Dyke – barhopping, beachcombing, swimming, hiking

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1.norman island

  • Snorkel inside caves and search for sunken treasure!
  • Snorkel one of the best reefs in the BVI at ‘The Indians’
  • Hike miles of mountain trails
  • Visit the famous ‘Willy-T‘ floating bar and restaurant

2. Little Harbor, Peter Island

  • Visit Little Harbour, Peter Island to take a chill day. This harbour is home to flat calm, crystal clear waters and turtles! Sea Turtles love to chomp down on the plentiful sea grass on the seabed. This is also a great spot for a little paddle board yoga and watersports on the tender!

3. Cooper Island Beach Club

  • Give your sea legs a break and explore Cooper Island Beach Club. Grab a bite at their delicious restaurant, shop their chic boutique or grab a seat at the rum tasting bar. This stop is also great for lounging on the beach or snorkeling with stingrays!

4. The Baths - Virgin Gorda

  • Visit the Baths on Virgin Gorda – Nature’s little secret. Walk the purest white sand beaches, take a dip in the crystal clear water and trek through the caves made by the largest boulders you’ve ever seen. 

5. Long Bay - Virgin Gorda

  • After your active morning at The Baths National Park, take a break in the calm waters of Long Bay. Once you’re rejuvenated, grab some snorkel or dive gear and explore ‘The Kraken’ Shipwreck! 

6. North Sound - Virgin Gorda

The North Sound of Virgin Gorda is home to many private islands owned by the rich and famous. Although private, Sir Richard Branson does offer tours on his spot of paradise ‘Necker Island.’ 

Other activities include, jet skiing,  beachcombing and kiteboarding.

Catch a comedic pirate show on Mon., Tues. & Weds. evenings at Leverick Bay Beach Restaurant. Fun for the whole family!

7. anegada

Enjoy a beautiful sail to Anegada – the BVI’s 2nd largest Island. To see all of the gorgeous beaches of Anegada, grab a scooter or hire a private open air taxi tour. Most beaches house an eclectic bar and restaurant you are sure to enjoy. Most famously, Anegada is known for their fresh lobster dinners at charming shoreside restaurants. Reservations are required.

Anegada is also another fantastic spot for kiteboarding and swimming in shallow waters.

8. Cane garden bay, tortola

Cane Garden Bay, nestled on the North side of Tortola, is a large white sand beach lined with charismatic bars and restaurants. Grab a ice cold drink and head to the ocean for a dip in Cane Garden Bays clear, calm water.

9. white bay - jost van dyke

A visit to White Bay, Jost Van Dyke is a great way to complete your charter vacation. This bay is named after their sparkling white sand beach and is home to the famous Soggy Dollar Bar. After grabbing a legendary Painkiller Drink – taxi over to Great Harbor for a stop at Foxy’s Bar.

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