Popular Attractions & Places You Simply Must Visit!
Popular attractions & places you simply must visit while you visit the Virgin islands. This list is incomplete and we are working on it! What are we missing? Please email and help us to complete this list.
The Baths located near Spanish Town on Virgin Gorda is an ecological phenomenon of rock formation that creates a trail between all these huge boulders of about 250 yards long and along with local yarn and history is a most interestingly beautiful part of our world. The enormous 40ft. high boulders form natural tidal pools, arches, grotto’s and tunnels that edge the water and the same while snorkeling the crystal clear waters.
Cooper Island for a traditional Caribbean lunch.
Norman Island (Treasure Island) is uninhabited except for wild goats. The 3 water-level Caves at the base of the cliff is an ideal snorkel stop. Normally will find a large variety of fish and coral on the cliff walls. The Indians off Norman Island is a great snorkel with it’s deep and shallow waters. Also find an abundance of fish and coral.
The restaurant Pirates is a great lunch stop and of course the renown Willie t’s is always worth a fun stop.
Jost van Dyke and famous Foxy’s and beautiful White Bay with Soggy Dollar Bar and their Painkillers.
The north beaches of St John are stunning in the National Park. Annaburg sugar mill ruins and other ruins between the beaches makes exploring part of the snorkel beach experience of St John.