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British Virgin Island's 7 Day Itinerary

From Tortola to Tortola

7 Days, 56 Miles

The British Virgin Islands offers an enchanting region of undiscovered beauty, making it an ideal island escape. From the world-class diving off Salt Island to the virtually deserted beach paradise on Anegada, an itinerary voyaging through the BVI combines some of the best underwater scenery with magnificent dining spots. A week spent sailing amongst these offshore gems feature a blissful balance between adrenaline fuelled activities and peaceful relaxation.

  • Day 1
    6 Miles
    Tortola – Jost Van Dyke
    Tortola – Jost Van Dyke

    Begin your journey through the British Virgin Islands at the yachting hotspot of Tortola; the BVI capital full of busy towns and set amongst lush mountains and sweeping coastlines. Anchor to Soper’s Hole Marina and discover the nearby charm of Apple Bay, or If you are looking to embark on the glittering boutiques of the capital, visit House of Luxury in Tortola’s Pier Park. Close a day of exciting ventures by indulging in a delicious meal overlooking the stunning scenery of Tortola at The Courtyard restaurant, nestled in the wondrous Surfsong Villa Resort. For laid back island living, set sail to the aptly named White Bay, nestled off Jost Van Dyke Island, where you’ll anchor and bask in tropical seclusion – the perfect way to acquaint yourself with the area. Set foot on dry land and feel the soft white sand between your toes, before enjoying a beach-side cocktail – an ideal nightcap before tomorrow’s adventures.

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  • Day 2
    15 Miles
    Jost Van Dyke – Scrub Island
    Jost Van Dyke – Scrub Island

    Jost Van Dyke, a small but charming island is best know for its caves that hide amazing snorkelling sites brimming with multicoloured fish and vibrant coral gardens. Sail onwards to Scrub Island, where Scrub Islands vibrant marina and bustling resort will greet you. After an exhilarating snorkelling session at Guana Island’s Monkey Point, you’ll be ready for your first taste of private island indulgence. Re-energise in the hilltop Ixora spa, enjoy a relaxing stroll through the marina village, or try out some water sports. Be sure to visit Shark Point, too, renowned for its spectacular marine life and just a stone’s throw away.

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  • Day 3
    7 Miles
    Scrub Island – Virgin Gorda
    Scrub Island – Virgin Gorda

    Next head to Virgin Gorda and prepare to spend the next 48 hours on an island with endless opportunity. Moor at the famous Yacht Club Costa Smeralda and soak up the exclusive treatment they afford their visitors. Yacht club members can even benefit from the club’s dedicated concierge, so a private picnic on Prickly Pear’s nearby Vixen Point beach is an indulgent possibility. Alternatively, journey around the bay to Bitter End Yacht Club where you can enjoy an adrenalin-fuelled afternoon aboard some of the club’s 100-vessel strong fleet.

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  • Day 4
    7 Miles
    Virgin Gorda – Fallen Jerusalem
    Virgin Gorda – Fallen Jerusalem

    Today you’ll discover one of the British Virgin Islands’ most iconic landmarks: The Baths. A national park located on Virgin Gorda’s west coast, you’ll snorkel, swim and search for hidden bays behind a network of volcanic grottos that rest against stunning shores. On your final day, visit the Sir Francis Drake Channel, stopping off for a lunch at CocoMaya, a beachside eatery serving Japanese cuisine, before finding your feet on Fallen Jerusalem Island. Here, explore the volcanic landscape’s eerie caves and caverns before foraging between boulders and beaches as you make your way back to your yacht. The afternoon gives you a chance to enjoy another BVI highlight – the majestic wreck of the RMS Rhone, where a deep-sea dive allows you to explore this fascinating underwater relic.

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  • Day 5
    86 Miles
    Virgin Gorda – Anegada
    Virgin Gorda – Anegada

    The most northern of the Islands, sitting some 50km north of Tortola, Anegada is home to an array of deserted beaches, each offering a sense of utter escapism, not to mention the finest lobster in the region. Visit Cow Wreck or Loblolly Beach, where piercing blue waters wash against pristine, powdered shores. Or spend the afternoon shipwreck-searching in Horseshoe Reef, before keeping it low-key in the evening by relaxing at Anegada Beach Club. Return to your yacht after a day on one of the world’s most isolated beaches, and snorkelling the third largest barrier reef in the world.

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  • Day 6
    33 Miles
    Anegada – Norman Island
    Anegada – Norman Island

    A harmonious blend of tropical ambience and rustic charm, the British Virgin Islands are both modest and mellowing. Nevertheless, the chance to create a sense of exclusivity in your own private corner of the Caribbean is entirely possible. Discover Norman Island, offering unique and captivating nature trails as you are privately guided through the mysterious crevices of Norman Island, the focal inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson’s novella Treasure Island. An evening spent toasting the tropics is the perfect antidote to a busy week discovering nature’s own delights.

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  • Day 7
    7 Miles
     Cooper Island – Virgin Gorda
    Cooper Island – Virgin Gorda

    The week comes to an end back in Tortola, a bustling base connecting you to the tropical plethora of British Virgin Islands. If you fancy a last pitt stop somewhere truly spectacular, take to the laid back shores of Cooper Island. Don't forget to pay a visit to Cooper Island Beach Club, complete with an on-site brewery featuring only the most tempting produce native to the Virgin Islands. The family owned Beach Club rests on the sandy shores of Manchioneel Bay, offering a charming spot to enjoy rum, beer, or personal blended espresso at their coffee bar with delicious homemade gelato.

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