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British Virgin Islands

British Virgin Islands vacation rentals

Make a vacation rental or condo in the British Virgin Islands your home away from home in this island paradise.

The British Virgin Islands, a group of 40 islands located just east of Puerto Rico, offers visitors beautiful beaches and a variety of outdoor activities, including swimming, diving, snorkeling, surfing, parasailing, wind surfing, deep-sea fishing, hiking and horseback riding.

Road Town, on the island of Tortola, is the capital of the British Virgin Islands. Road Town offers a variety of dining, nightlife and shopping for guests of Tortola vacation rentals. Be sure to look for English-made goods, which are duty free.

One of the most stunning beaches on Tortola is Cane Garden Bay, just west of Road Town. Smuggler’s Cove, at the west end of the island, known for its fine white sand and calm turquoise waters, is a great spot for snorkeling. In the wintertime, Josiah’s Bay Beach is a favorite surfing destination.

Virgin Gorda vacation rentals, located about 12 miles east of Tortola, are a quieter option for visitors of the British Virgin Islands. On the quaint streets of Spanish Town visitors will find a variety of restaurants and eclectic shops. You can hire fishing charters or catch a ferry at the Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbour.

The Baths, an outcropping of volcanic rocks on the southern end of Virgin Gorda, form tide pools that are great for swimming and snorkeling. The beaches in this area are very popular, but just north of the boulders is the less-crowded Spring Bay. Visitors can rent watercraft at the marina near Leverick Bay Beach.

Other fabulous beaches for guests of British Virgin Islands vacation rentals include Deadman’s Bay Beach on Peter Island and White Bay Beach on Jost Van Dyke. Anegada’s coral reef is popular with divers, and its Loblolly Bay beach is gorgeous. Divers also flock to the wreckage of the RMS Rhone, near Salt Island. This 310-foot mail steamer broke up in a hurricane in 1867 and lies in 50 to 80 feet of water.

Guests of British Virgin Islands vacation rentals will find a number of sanctuaries and parks on the islands. Hike the trails of Virgin Gorda Peak National Peak, or visit the bird sanctuaries uninhabited islands of Diamond Cay, West Dog and Great Tabago. Visitors can see a variety of orchids and other colorful tropical plants at the Joseph Reynold O’Neal Botanic Gardens on Tortola.

With British Virgin Islands lodging options ranging from seaside cottages to high-rise condos, you’re sure to find the perfect vacation rental for a memorable vacation. Reserve your British Virgin Islands vacation rental today!