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This was a great spot to see the island and surrounding area. Stop into the restaurant at the entrance. The owner has been there for 40 years and can show you a lesser known foot path. We decided to take that. It’s rocky, so you...More
I had the Mount Sage hike on our list of "things to do" while in Tortola, and so happy I did! Of course, we wanted to hike to the highest point in BVI, which we did, after talking to Jim, the park caretaker, and gift...More
Did the hike of the highest point of the islands. Nice and green but very muddy in places. Good views of all the outer islands. Guy in gift shop a bit surely. Then went to a beach, not one of the best. If you wanted...More
We did this an excursion. It was a pleasant not too strenuous walk It was a bit muddy in places so I'm glad I wore walking shoes. We got half way around and my husband thought he would use it as a training run and...More
Hiking in Sage park was the only activity we had time for. Hiring a taxi was not as bad as on Barbados. The place is about 8 km from cruise ship doc , so taxi driver ( actually there are not taxies but minibuses) took...More
We went "on spec" by taxi to the "park" which is just a protected area no top of a mountain ridge.. You can just follow the main trail (as we did) or there are several trails going "off piste" for the more intrepid walkers. The...More
Would highly recommend this gem. We had a bit of a challenge finding it but the locals were helpful, as always! Once you get to the store/restaurant you know your good! Hike is about 3.5 miles. The central hike was easy with some incline. The...More
To the highest point in Tortola, through a dreamy rain forest; seriously damaged by Hurricane Maria in 2017, but hiking is well restored. Trail is easily passable and beautiful; not overcrowded, many plants labelled, some relabelled after the storm. Hike takes an hour or so...More
We stopped in to Jim's Mountain view Restaurant for the info on the trails up here. We hiked for about 2 hours and really enjoyed the unique vegetation and views. Must have a fresh fruit smoothie at the restaurant after the hike!! MUCH deserved!
Largely recovered after Irma. A really great walk. My son done the hike from sea level to the ttop now twice. Gruelling. Great views . Also the gift shop and resturant is well worth a visit. Jim runs the place and offers private dining at...More