Recuperate from the stress of everyday life and become rejuvenated in BVI’s eco-friendly spas that utilise natural resources such as salt scrubs, mud and bush baths, aroma-therapies, seaweed, algae and clay wraps, hot stone massages, avocado body rubs and pomegranate scrubs.
Weighing up to ten pounds, the slender, silvery and surprisingly elusive bonefish makes an incredible fighting fish. Excellent bonefishing can be found in the BVI, especially on the reef-ringed island of Anegada. The fishing community on this isolated island is reminiscent of Hemingway’s Bimini in the 1930s.” See BVI on the Fly”.
The British Virgin Islands offer much more for the active traveller with plenty of watersports available for your enjoyment. There are plenty of exciting diversions for the watersports enthusiast to do – surfing, windsurfing, kayaking, kiteboarding, snorkelling and diving.
In the British Virgin Islands, there is much to explore with just a snorkel and mask at one of the many incomparable dive sites around 60 islands and cays. Spring Bay in Virgin Gorda has a gorgeous sandy beach perfect for snorkelling from.
The BVI is an excellent choice for every level of diver – plenty of shallows with the occasional drop-off, very few currents and plenty of sheltered dive sites. The “Wreck of the Rhone” is one of the most famous and popular and lies in depths from 20 to 80 feet with the water temperature fluctuating at around 80 – 86 degrees.
If you are staying on Tortola or visiting for the day from one of the other British Virgin Islands, you should not miss out on a visit to Dolphin Discovery at Prospect Reef to swim with the dolphins.