Caribbean Fly Fishing has the distinction of holding the exclusive rights for guided fly-fishing in the BVI. Fish the numerous flats surrounding Tortola for Bonefish, Tarpon and Permit. The Bonefish tend to be in the 6 – 10 pound range, Tarpon 40 – 100 pounds and Permit in the 15 – 45 pound range. Nanny Cay offers transportation via their 28′ Bertram. Once at the flats, you will be transferred to one of their custom built poling boats with a professionally trained guide. If you are interested in fishing – this is a must!
If you are a certified diver or want to learn to dive – look no further – Blue Water Divers has been operating out of Nanny Cay since 1980 and their divers are PADI certified instructors who know the best and most beautiful dive sites in the British Virgin Islands. The experience and interests of the divers involved determines the nature of their tours.
Dive the the wreck of the RMS Rhone (featured in the film “The Deep”) and marvel at the spectacular array of coral reefs and marine life. All equipment is available to rent and rest assured, it is quality gear. Cleaning your equipment afterwards is all done for you. All you have to do is turn up and enjoy your dive. You will be well taken care of by Blue Water Divers.
There are many stunning beaches on Tortola and Cane Garden Bay is around 20 minutes drive from Nanny Cay. Here you can rent sailing dinghies, stand-up paddle boards, kayaks and other beach “toys” or you can simply relax on the beach with your favourite cocktail.
West End ferry dock is 10 minutes drive from Nanny Cay and from here you can take a ferry to Jost van Dyke for the day. Even closer is Hannah Bay where you can catch the free ferry to Norman Island. Road Town is 10 minutes drive and here you can catch the ferry to Virgin Gorda or Anegada for the day. Everywhere is very accessible from Nanny Cay on Tortola.
Nanny Cay is host to the BVI Spring Regatta – one of the biggest in the Caribbean.