On your first day, take some time to get acquainted with the area. Relax on your boat before enjoying water sports on the turquoise waters of Tortola Island.
Then, sip a locally produced punch. Virgin Islands rums are among the best in the world.
Head to Norman Island. It’s a perfect spot for snorkeling. You can swim in the unique underwater caves to observe colorful fish. The underwater life is very developed.
Set a course for Salt Island. Step ashore at a Salt Island restaurant.
Horseback riding is a good way to discover the island in an enjoyable way.
Salt Island is also known for the famous wreck of the Rhone, a mail ship caught in a cyclone in 1867. A fabulous snorkeling expedition is to be done in the middle of magnificent multicolored fish.
After all these adventures, take a break at Cooper Island. Hit the beach clubs for some fun and relaxation. Then stroll along the white sandy beach, between the turquoise sea and the green forest. The island offers a palette of vibrant colors. Immortalize these memories by taking beautiful pictures.
Virgin Gorda is the next stop of your itinerary. Here the fauna and flora are abundant. You will surely have the chance to see Galapagos Islands Turtles and Marine Iguanas while snorkeling. The island is also home to a variety of bird species such as the Frigate and the Galapagos Falcon.
In the south of the island you will also find the Baths National Park. The Baths beach is famous for its huge smooth rocks that form natural pools in which the water is translucent.
You will witness a true spectacle of nature in Virgin Gorda.
Let yourself be charmed by Anegada, the second largest island of the archipelago. It is also a great spot for snorkeling since the Horseshoe Reef is the 4th largest coral reef in the world. It extends over 29km. Divers can also explore hundreds of wrecks, including the famous HMS Astraea, Donna Paula, MS Rocus stranded in the 19th and early 20th century.
On the shores, there is the Conch Shell Mound, where there are hundreds of thousands of colorful shells.
In Anegada, don’t miss the tasting of the delicious Anegada lobsters.
Kitesurfing lovers will also find their happiness for the practice of their sport. Moreover, in February, the Kite & Paddle Festival takes place on this spot.
Finish your wonderful cruise at Jost Van Dyke. This is your chance to do water sports in this tropical paradise. Afterwards, indulge in some local culinary delights. Stuffed pancakes and grilled seafood are recommended. Relax on board the boat while sipping a delicious cocktail.
From January to April, the sunshine is at its maximum and the rains remain low.