In the heart of the Caribbean, the British Virgin Islands are a wonderful place to visit to enjoy a relaxing beach holiday. The islands play host to a diverse range of geographical scenery - from lush dense rainforests, to waterfalls, gentle streams and pristine coastlines. Whether your intention is to come here and simply top up your tan on the beaches, or enjoy more physical activities, there will be something to do on the British Virgin Islands .
British Virgin Islands are home to plentiful stunning beaches, many of which are secluded, tranquil and not overcrowded with hordes of tourists. One such place that should not be missed is Virgin Gorda - a peaceful spot with unique rock formations that jut out of the sea, cerulean waters perfect for swimming and snorkeling, and fresh saltwater pools. 'The Baths' is another popular spot that is a secluded cove surrounded by unique rock formations. Jost Van Dyke is an upscale beach district popular with the yachting crowd. Many elegant restaurants and bars are situated here, and this is a good spot for people watching. For hiking and nature trails, travelers should head out to Norman Island, and Peter Island, both filled with plentiful routes that lead along coastal trails and through rainforests.
The British Virgin Islands are best enjoyed between December and March.
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