Discover a selection of 173 vacation rentals in British Virgin Islands that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and private pools. Prices start at $175 per night, and houses and villas are popular options for a stay in British Virgin Islands. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Make like Enya and sail away, sail away, sail away—to BVI

Anchors aweigh! Hoist up the main sail and chart a course for the British Virgin Islands (BVI), where sailing between the archipelago's 50 islands is a yachter's dream come true. Prefer terra firma? No worries—this sailor's paradise is just as idyllic for landlubbers, too, with stunning, uncrowded beaches, calm waters, and plenty of bars and eateries. British Virgin Island vacation rentals offer visitors the chance to while away in paradise for a week or two. So crack out that captain's hat and sunscreen—it's time to sail away.

Things to do

Beach bums do it better in the British Virgin Islands

Craving the feeling of sand between your toes? Then get booking British Virgin Island vacation rentals where you'll practically live on the beach. The Baths, in Devil's Bay National Park, is one of the most famous beaches on the islands, and with its #nofilter turquoise waters it's not hard to see why. But what makes it extra special are the boulders that turn the beach into a treasure trove of grottos and pools. Not far from The Baths you'll find Spring Bay, which has equally picturesque views, as well as some scattered boulders and pools—but smaller crowds.


Isn't about time you tried a captain's hat on for size?

Wet is best in BVI, where water is a way of life and sailing is king. The islands' combination of calm currents and steady trade winds has made it a sailing mecca for centuries. Even if you're not used to being onboard, there are plenty of tours on offer, or you could learn the ropes yourself with some sailing lessons. British Virgin Island vacation rentals are ideal for beach bums too, with beach hopping being something of a national sport—after all, with so many to choose from, how could you stick to just one?


Hot hot heat doesn't even cover it when it comes to BVI

Unsurprisingly, it's tres hot down in the tropics, and BVI is no different. You can expect warm weather year round here in paradise. Most visitors come between December and April, when temperatures hit the mid- to upper-70s, but temps between May and October can climb to highs in the upper 80s. When it comes to rain, you can certainly expect it—rainfall is at its lowest between January and April, while the months between May and December can be rather wet. Hurricanes are at their peak between June and November.

Natural features

Footloose and fancy free in #nofilter BVI

BVI is made up of 50-plus islands, with the 4 main islands of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke being the most popular with travelers. If you're planning to sail around the archipelago, you'll have more chance of seeing some of the smaller, harder-to-reach islands. Each one has a distinctive personality and natural features, whether it's the coral limestones and remote reefs of Anegada, the rainforest-filled Tortola where you can visit Sage Mountain National Park, or the volcanic-made boulders of Virgin Gorda. Wherever you go in BVI however, you'll be greeted by palm-lined beaches and picture-postcard turquoise waters.

How many vacation rentals are available around British Virgin Islands?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 173 vacation rentals around British Virgin Islands. From 139 house rentals to 113 villa rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.