Anegada Beach Club’s Luxury Tents Offer Unique ‘Glamping’ Experience

By Paul Joseph

There’s nothing quite like laying in bed listening to the sound of waves gently lapping against the shore – and in the British Virgin Islands there’s nowhere better to experience this than Anegada Beach Club.

Nestled on the secluded island of Anegada, the club features several luxury tents positioned on the pristine white sand dunes overlooking the Caribbean sea, each boasting lavish king-size beds, en suite bathrooms and swinging hammocks.

There’s also a fantastic restaurant serving up freshly caught grilled lobster - a delicacy that has become synonymous with Anegada, widely considered as being home to the best lobster anywhere in the region.

It is an idyllic setting at any time of year, but Anegada Beach Club truly comes into its own during the annual Anegada Kite & Paddle Festival each January, where guests can watch high-octane water sports from the comfort of their luxury tent or get involved in the action themselves.

The most northern island in the BVI, Anegada’s 15 mile coast lines of beaches and shallow blue waters makes it one of the most popular watersports playgrounds in the Caribbean, particularly with kiteboarders and paddlers. With a consistent breeze blowing across the island, enthusiasts from across the world are drawn here to experience it for themselves.

Hosted by Tommy Gaunt Kitesurfing, a professionally run Kitesurfing School, the weekend-long festival features kitesurfing along with stand up paddle boarding competitions, downwind races and plenty more besides. Meanwhile, visitors can also enjoy an array of off-water activities and entertainment including  yoga, a raffle, BBQ, Bonfire and live DJ.

This year’s Kite & Paddle Festival has already taken place, but it’s never too early to start planning for such an incredible adventure.  For more information, visit the festival’s official Facebook page here.

Or if you’d like to visit Anegada Beach Club at any other time of year, where you can gaze at the stars with the sand inches from your toes in a truly luxurious setting, then you can find out more here

By Paul Joseph