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I was surprised at how awesome the snorkeling was. The beach itself became quite congested so please get there early! The water, of course, is pristine and unbelievably beautiful. We purchased our ferry tickets when we arrived and this was the best thing to do....More
This might be the most beautiful beach in all of the BVI. You can swim in from your boat or hike down the hill from parking lot at the top of the hill. It is a secluded small beach with gorgeous water and soft sand....More
There is an entrance fee of $3 for adults and $2 for kids. It can get really crowded in the morning due to cruise passengers. We lucked out and only a dozen were in the premises. We arrived at 4pm which was great, but not...More
Our visit to Virgin Gorda was great. I'm glad we all wore appropriate footwear for the hike since the trek could be a bit treacherous in flip-flops. Our guides were very knowledgeable and helpful; the only frustration was a group of people stopping to pass...More
It’s about a 10-15 min hike to get here via the Baths (up and down big boulders and on paths) or a 20 min hike down an actual path to get here but it was fairly easy and worth it! The sea was a little...More
Interesting place but not for everyone. As a park there is an admission charge (reasonable) but it is a quarter mile walk down a winding trail which can be difficult for those who have mobility problems. Thr return hike can be arduous for some. Nice...More
My husband and I visited the Baths in early October. Fyi, the route through the Baths is not for someone with mobility issues. Some minor climbing is required, and there are some tight spaces, however the trek is absolutely... More
My husband and I visited the Baths in early October. Fyi, the route through the Baths is not for someone with mobility issues. Some minor climbing is required, and there are some tight spaces, however the trek is absolutely worthwhile! Devil's Bay is AMAZING! There was not a strong current while we were there. The water is crystal clear, and relatively shallow. There was a rope sectioning off the deeper water. If your 6 yr old can swim, I truly believe this is a safe activity. Our guide did keep an eye on everyone. I do recommend bringing some bottle water with you if possible. You'll be thankful! Not sure about the life jackets, but we took a boat to the Baths, and life jackets are mandatory on the boats.