Rich in natural and cultural history, the British Virgin Islands boast some of the world’s most fascinating sights.
There are 21 National Parks, which encompass a stunning array of land and marine areas including historic sites, tropical forests, bird sanctuaries and one of the world’s most famous shipwrecks, each a jewel in its own right. Whether accessed by boat, jeep or on foot, the Virgin Island National Park sites can be the highlight of your holiday.
Established in 1961, the BVI National Parks Trust is responsible for safeguarding the territory’s natural assets, as well as the territory’s first national park at Sage Mountain on Tortola.
The BVI is little known for its’ National Parks – why don’t you come, visit and explore? Call us today!