The Baths, at the SW tip of Virgin Gorda, are a "must see" when sailing in BVI. Stunning granite boulders with the sea washing between them, and a beautiful white sandy beach with excellent snorkeling- what more could you ask for?

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    Very different to the high peaks of the other islands, Anegada is a low lying coral island. Fringed by reef, it offers beautiful snorkeling, spectacular beaches and a selection of beachfront restaurants serving Anegada's specialty - fresh lobster.

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    Palm fringed beaches, calm and sheltered moorings and spectacular sunsets. Close to some of the best wreck diving in the Caribbean, Cooper Island is a very popular stop with guests.

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    A beautiful bay with a white sandy beach which sweeps around in an arc. Enjoy a swim, a walk along the beach with its powder white sand or a drink in one of the bars close to the water. You can also take a short stroll to see the islands only remaining rum distillery.

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    The small island of Jost Van Dyke is sheltered by a reef offshore, and has several beautiful anchorages. Whether you want to relax at Sandy Cay, have a rum punch in Foxy's or swim ashore for one of the Soggy Dollar's famous "Painkillers", there is something at Jost Van Dyke for everyone.

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    Home of the famous floating bar "Willy T", The Bight is a popular bay for party lovers. It is also only a short dinghy ride to The Caves and The Indians; two of the most beautiful and most popular snorkel spots in the BVI.

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These destinations are only a tiny sample of the delights that the BVI has on offer. You can view some of the holiday tracks that other guests have made by clicking on the button below.

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