If you want to a beach vacation, head to Beef Island. This beautiful location in the British Virgin Islands is like paradise with its golden sand beaches and turquoise blue waters. From chilling out on the beach to water sports, you can spend your days outdoors enjoying the sunshine in Beef Island. You can even rent a boat and head out exploring the water and take in the stunning views of the island. For dining, there is everything from casual grills to fancy restaurants, with the options of Caribbean food and seafood.
Top places to enjoy on Beef Island include Trellis Bay, where you can laze on the beautiful beach. There are several shops and restaurants here too. You can also head to Long Bay Beach where you can sunbathe on the sand and go swimming in the calm waters. Plus, you'll be able to see planes take off from the nearby airport. There's also the opportunity to enjoy windsurfing, surging and kayaking on the island.
The best time to visit Beef Island is from September to November. This allows the hurricane season to pass and still has warm weather.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Beef Island. The warmest months in Beef Island are April and May, when temperatures reach 94 ˚F. The coolest month is October, when temperatures drop to 70 ˚F. The wettest month in Beef Island is February with 8.5 inches of rain, while the driest month is August with 0.16 inches of rain.
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