Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands (BVI) – Vacation Packages

By Miss Julie | December 22nd, 2006

Less touristed than its American counterparts, the BVI offers some welcome seclusion. Virgin Gorda is only eight square miles, which means most of the island is within a few hours walk. The seldom-driven roads should not be overlooked, however, for they can provide enjoyable walks, going past sparsely populated hamlets and out to such pleasant points as Little Dix Bay, Gun Creek, and Pond Bay.

Perhaps more than the vegetation and fauna, the wonderful isolation is the reason to come to the BVI. Many of the smaller islands are hard to reach, yet have beautiful palm-lined coral sand beaches just waiting to be visited. It is possible to spend full days exploring the shores and low-lying ridges of these islands without seeing another person. Even on the populated islands there is an abundance of secluded spots. Tortola, Jost Van Dyke, and Virgin Gorda all have beaches that are rarely visited.

For more on British Virgin Islands, check out the British Virgin Islands Travel Guide on BootsnAll.

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