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.
Fort Burt Hotel - Built on the ruins of a 17th century fort, Fort Burt Hotel
is nestled in a tropical garden on a knoll overlooking Road
Town, with panoramic views of Sir Francis Drake Channel and Road
Harbour. It boasts spacious, luxurious rooms and suites two suites
with their very own swimming pool.
Fort Recovery Beachfront Villas & Suites Hotel - Fort Recovery Beachfront Villas is built around the
original 17th Century Dutch Fort of the same name located on the
calm Caribbean Sea of Tortola, British Virgin Islands. It is
one of the most exclusive beachfront properties available
Chosen by "Wheel of Fortune" as a top prize, Fort Recovery Hotel
The Heritage Inn - eritage Inn Tortola Hotel is nestled on 2 plus acres 400
feet directly above the sea on top of Windy Hill on Tortola's
scenic North Coast of the British Virgin Islands.
from your private Tortola BVI Hotel balcony or porch is
unequaled in the BVI. You will see 3 beautiful bays (Carrot, Apple
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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