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We hiked from the lower entrance/parking area. It took maybe 45 minutes each way. We are in our early 50's, in good condition, and the hike itself seemed pretty easy. The observation tower has not been rebuilt since Irma knocked it down, but you can still climb up the boulder…
We took the ferry from Tortola over to virgin gorda it took about 40 minutes then took a shuttle bus over to the baths took about 15 minutes. Baths are rock formation that form caves that you wade through. This was a beautiful very fun excursion and well worth it.definately need…
From our cruise ship that docked in Tortola we hopped on a ferry (sensation ferry) that took us to Virgin Gorda and then we hopped on an open-air bus to get to the baths. Once we got to the baths it was $3 to enter. We paid a total of $41 per person to get into the baths...…
A bit of a hike to reach the summit, but worth every minute of the climb. You will be amazed at the view.
The observation deck hasn’t been rebuilt since the hurricane. The path is moderate, just when you think you’re off trail a sign pops up. Path isn’t maintained well so there some thickets and brush you push through. You don’t really get any good views but it’s a heck of a workout…