The Baths at Virgin Gorda are a natural wonder, and a definite must see if you are in the British Virgin Islands. We sailed BVI Last April and arrive to Virgin Gorda by catamaran. It is a little difficult to get to shore, seeing that you are not allowed to get too close by boat. We took in the inflatable and swam the rest of the way. There were definitely waves, so I would not recommend this task for someone who can't swim, or for children without a floatation device. We arrived at the beach before the baths in front of the Poor Man's Bar ( funny !!). The baths themselves were gorgeous, but at times the grounds were not level and you needed to climb, swim etc to get through, once again if you are not stable on your feet, this probably isn't for you. After traveling through all the rock caves, you arrive at this GORGEOUS beach (Devil's Bay) on the other side. There is also a fun restaurant with a great view and pool at the top of the hill/ mountain after the baths. The food was a bit pricey, but what else would expect for this location? On the whole I would highly recommend this attraction. I would also recommend to go early, or later because the cruises come and bring FLOCKS of people for half day tours. The rock caves are narrow so it is a bit tough to get through the crowd.
Great day in BVI!!
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