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Recent British Virgin Islands BVI reviews

  • Island fantasy

    "Tortola is a special gem of an island set in one of the most beautiful and peaceful island chains in the world. Previous sailing trips in the BVI were a sheer delight, but our stay at the Captain's House was by far the most enchanting week we have spent in the area. Photographs do not do justice to the spectacular views of the Caribbean, Long Bay Beach, and Jost Van Dyke. The villa, set high on a hill, is private, intimate, and cozy. The main house and guest suite are beautifully furnished and decorated with remarkable watercolor artwork reflecting the tone of this island paradise. The open feel of the property invites a comfortable, spacious and graceful comfort for outdoor dining and lounging, and the weather is superb. The outdoor showers are private and offer that magical view. Several excellent restaurants are easily reached, and the beaches are a few minutes away as well, and are pristine, and almost private. My wife and I enjoyed our stay and plan to return. Many thanks to the Captain and his Mate."
    Guest: Clyde and Adrienne Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: February 6, 2015
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  • Seriously awesome and beautiful villa!

    "This is our 4th trip to Tortola, and this is by far the best place we have stayed. 3 bedrooms, each with their own private bathroom, plus a little studio apartment as a 4th bedroom plus bathroom and mini-kitchen. It has a nice swimming pool (actually pretty deep, maybe 7 feet at the deepest point?), lovely landscaping, and incredible views of all the sailboats at Soper's Hole and Frenchman's Key from the villa's perch on the mountain. Stove/oven was professional grade, and the outdoor grill was huge! The kitchen was the best-stocked with pans/plates/utinsils/small appliances of ANY VBRO house we have stayed in in the world! Bathrooms in the "west wing" have outdoor showers; lovely during the day or at night to shower under the stars! (though some animal/bird kept stealing the bar soap! Ha!) Beds were comfortable - kings were two twin beds put together, and all bedrooms had mosquito nets, air conditioners and fans. Wifi worked fine. Location was great - close to Soper's Hole and away from cruise ship traffic of Road Town, but within a half hour of many restaurants and beaches and walking distance to West End ferry terminal. Susan (owner) and Debs (manager) were really helpful before and during our stay with recommendations for restaurants, etc and were very responsive to our questions and emails. Restaurants nearby that we enjoyed were D'CoalPot (casual), Bananakeet (casual) and Sugar Mill Inn (fine dining). We enjoyed the beaches Cane Garden Bay (on a NON CRUISE SHIP DAY or around sunset!! otherwise it is miserably crowded) for SUP and relaxing (and Quito's there is also a good place to eat!), Brewer's Bay and Smuggler's Cove for snorkeling. We did a fun day sail with Kuralu which everybody else besides me enjoyed, and Captain Gary was very polite as I proceeded to retch over the side of his lovely vessel literally ALL DAY... :D We also had the MOST INCREDIBLE fresh cinnabuns from Susan's recommended baker Craig. Tips: 1. Water in the BVI tastes terrible no matter where we have stayed. :) A filtering water bottle like one by Camelback really helped the taste on this trip. 2. The driveway for this house is really steep and narrow, and for our SUV we had to back down it as there was no room to turn around. Have people stand outside and help you as you back down the first few times. :) 3. You can have Riteway, the main grocery store put provisions in the house to be there when you arrive - really helpful if you arrive at night!"
    Guest: Justine Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 23, 2015
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  • Great Property and Amenities

    "Third trip to Camanoe and first time staying at this property. Excellent value to the trip for those enthusiastic for boating, snorkeling, and adventure seeking. We had a busy itinerary for things to do so we really didn't get a day to enjoy the house but it was a perfect location to unwind after a long day out on the boat. The inflatable is sufficient for Camanoe, Scrub, Marina Cay, and Guana but you will need to arrange an excursion for the Baths, Jost Van Dyke, or Norman. Our party rented a 19ft Trophy from TRC Boating on Scrub Island for 4 days to truly island hop, regardless of the conditions. I understand that they also offer captained day trips for those not familiar with the waters/ spots. We had lunch on Scrub and dinner at the Last Resort and Marina Cay. We were really impressed with the renovations to the Last Resort. The set up is stress free and extremely convenient for getting from the boat to the house. WIFI was great for uploading brags on social media and was a decent speed for most of the week. All and all, this is a great property to rent for adventure seekers or for those just looking to escape."
    Guest: West K. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 25, 2015
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  • We'll be back

    "What can I say, our stay here was perfect. Theresa met us at the ferry and showed us to the house. The house is well appointed and stocked with everything one would need for an island vacation. The views are fantastic, the pool was refreshing, and the trade winds made it never necessary to use the AC. I was worried at first about staying on the North Sound, but the island being so small, the drive is part of the overall charm. Being right above Leverick Bay was also a great resource. A store with a great selection of food and drink choices, 2 restaurants, outdoor bar, and a free water taxi to Saba Rock."
    Guest: Ryan F. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 14, 2015
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British Virgin Islands BVI Travel Tips

British Virgin Islands Travel Is a Popular Favorite

The British Virgin Islands, located just 60 miles off the eastern coast of Puerto Rico, has been a popular vacation destination for a number of years. BVI is actually comprised of 40 different islands, although barely more than a dozen of those islands are inhabited. Some of the biggest islands to consider for your British Virgin Islands travel are Jost Van Dyke, Tortola, Virgin Gorda and Anegana.

British Virgin Islands Travel Is Lush and Beautiful

When you arrive at British Virgin Islands rentals, you will find that the weather is pleasant, no matter what time of year it is. The Caribbean resorts here are set against a backdrop of lush green hills and sunny sandy beaches. Four of the most popular beaches to consider when planning British Virgin Islands travel are Smugler's Cove, Marina Cay, Brewer's Bay and Long Bay. When you arrive on the islands, there will be no end to the amount of activities and amenities available.

British Virgin Islands Rentals Give You Access to an Array of Amenities

Watersports are among the most popular activities near the Caribbean resorts on the British Virgin Islands. Your island adventures might include surfing, kayaking, parasailing or snorkeling. There are even some Caribbean resorts that will allow you to swim right with the dolphins, which is an experience from your British Virgin Islands travel that you will certainly never forget. In addition, you may consider renting a power boat and taking it out near the British Virgin Islands rentals for even more adventure.

Caribbean Resorts for Romantic Getaways

If you are considering British Virgin Island travel for your upcoming honeymoon, keep in mind that many of the local resorts offer honeymoon packages that include your accommodations along with activities. Of course, if you want complete privacy and seclusion during your honeymoon, consider one of the British Virgin Islands rentals. From taking a moonlit stroll on the beach to enjoying a candlelit dinner for two in your own private vacation rental, there is no better way to start off your life together than with a romantic honeymoon to the British Virgin Islands.

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