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.
Treasure Isle Hotel - Nestled on the hillside in Road Town, the capital,
Treasure Isle in its verdant setting embraces the natural
environment of Tortola, one of the beautiful British Virgin Islands.
From the magnificent pool that forms the centerpiece of the
hotel to our luxurious room accommodations, you will savor the
Villa Taino - This truly exotic home perched high on the western hills
of Tortola was named after Tortola's first Indian people.
Villa Taino is luxury comfort in Caribbean and Polynesian
styles, mixed with lush gardens around a unique pool. Several
terraces offer spectacular panoramic views. By day the sea below is
Village Cay Hotel & Marina - After a day of sport fishing, sailing, or simply enjoying
the sun and tranquil waters of the Caribbean, Village Cay
Hotel & Marina awaits you. Dockside, you're just steps away from
a cool drink at the bar, a fabulous meal at the restaurant,
a refreshing dip in the pool, as well as an array of
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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