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Anegada meaning “drowned island” is the most northern of the British Virgin Islands. It is also the second largest BVI island and the most sparsely populated of the main islands.

Anegada is home to the Horseshoe Reef which is the largest barrier coral reef in the Caribbean and the fourth largest on earth – truly a diver’s paradise. Anegada also boasts miles of almost deserted white sand beaches.

Key features

Anegada

  • Second largest BVI island
  • Most sparsely populated of the main islands
  • Fourth largest barrier reef in the world
  • Diving and snorkelling off Anegada is spectacular
  • Excellent Bonefishing

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Introduction to Anegada

Anegada, which is surrounded by coral is only 28 feet at its highest point. Between April and October, the diving and snorkelling off Anegada is spectacular. Anegada is also home to The Horseshoe Reef which is the fourth largest barrier reef in the world and the largest coral barrier reef in the Caribbean.

It is fun to hire scooters, dirt bikes or bicycles and go and explore the island. There is also a kitesurfing centre on Anegada at the Anegada Beach Club where you can hire kiteboarding equipment and also paddle boards, which are great fun and good exercise too. Lessons are available for novices and advanced kiteboarders alike.

Anegada is almost like a Robinson Crusoe island with miles of unspoilt white sand beaches.

Travelling to the BVI

Travelling from the UK to the British Virgin Islands

The most direct way is from Gatwick to Antigua with either British Airways or Virgin Atlantic. BA tend to have better connections. The onward flight is with either inter-Caribbean Airways who fly non-stop between Antigua and Tortola, or Liat who stop down once or twice en-route but you do not have to change planes. An amazing way to arrive into the BVI is to charter a private aircraft just for your party. Both Island Birds and VI Airlink provide an excellent service and will meet you when you disembark in Antigua, fast-track you through immigration and customs and take you to your waiting aircraft. Definitely worth the additional cost.

Travelling from Scotland

Flights from Edinburgh and Glasgow can also be arranged to connect with the Gatwick flights on certain days. Flights from regional airports can be arranged through Paris or Amsterdam to St Maarten and onwards to the BVI.

Travelling from New York, Boston or Miami

If you would like to have a few nights in New York, Boston or Miami before heading to BVI, this can also be arranged. The onward flight is via Puerto Rico which is a 35 minute hop over to the British Virgin Islands or again….Island Birds or VI Airlink can be arranged.

There are no direct flights to the BVI which is why the islands remain unspoilt, uncrowded and uncommercialised.

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