Tortola, BVI | Destination overview
These 60-or-so islands in the tropical sun have near-perfect conditions for "yachties." The most frequently visited isles are: Tortola, the largest and with some 13,000 population; Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke, Anegada and Peter Island. As might be expected in a British colony, Tortola has a superb, "veddy British" four-acre Botanic Gardens perfect for studying rain forest creatures, orchids, cactus and magnificent tropical plants.
Casa Caribe - Casa Caribe is ideally suited for those looking
a value priced villa with a great
'on the water'
Fall asleep to the sounds of lapping waves
wake up to a spectacular multi island
view from this
and comfortable villa.
Literally on the
Chateau Relaxeau Caribe - Welcome to the totally remodeled "Chateau Relaxeau Caribe"
at the water's edge of spectacular Little Apple Bay
Tortola...the villa with very reasonable rates....and billion dollar
"CRC" is now a three story home consisting of two
self contained apartments...all with breathtaking views of the
Cooper Island Beach Club - Cooper Island Beach Club is a family owned eco-resort on
the sandy shores of Manchioneel Bay. Nine luxurious guest
rooms are perfect for a beach getaway, a scuba diving vacation
or relaxing after a sailing charter in the British Virgin
Islands. Cooper Island is also a popular overnight stop for
All about Tortola
Tortola, pronounced tore-TOE-luh, means Turtle Dove. Self-named as "Yachting Capital of the Caribbean," Tortola's laid-back government centre is called Road Town. In the 17th Century, an open anchorage was called a road. The island's "roads" were an ope ... continue
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Celebrate Old Year's Eve at Foxy's in BVI
British Virgin Islands (November 10, 2007) - Foxy's is the only place to be for the biggest event of the year! Old Year's Night is renowned, world wide, for ringing in the New Year. ... continue