British Virgin Islands

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The BVI's are a fantastic stunning collection of smaller islands to island hop around. Exploring the Baths on Virgin Gorda are a great way to spend a day! — Afar Magazine
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It has an orchid house, a small rainforest, and a palm grove. The aptly named flamboyant tree, with its brilliant scarlet flowers, is one of the highlights here. — Frommer's
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Cane Garden Bay is probably on the postcard that drew you to the BVI in the first place. The gently sloping crescent of sand hosts plenty of beachside bars and water-sports vendors. — Lonely Planet
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Just off the North Coast Rd at the west end of Cane Garden Bay, this is the oldest continuously operated distillery in the Eastern Caribbean. — Lonely Planet
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There may be no one manning the “museum” when you visit, but you’re welcome to explore on your own. — Frommer's
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The gorgeous long white crescent lies pressed to the sea by steep hills. — Lonely Planet
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The undeveloped island, roughly three miles west of Tortola, is a nesting site for endangered leatherback turtles and has recently been declared a national park. — Afar Magazine
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This beach was one of my favorites in Tortola. — Afar Magazine
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The highest point in the Virgin Islands—and the best place to watch the sun set. — Travel + Leisure
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This national-park beach gets much less traffic than the nearby Baths, and has the similarly large, imposing boulders that create interesting grottoes for swimming. — Fodor's
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A curve of shore on Anegada's northern coast, this bay is home to the best snorkeling on the island. — Fodor's
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Named for the cow bones that once washed ashore, this stretch of sand on the island's northwest coast has soft white sand and a casual beach bar and restaurant. — Fodor's
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This beach is easy to find, but the steep, twisting paved roads leading down the hill to it can be a bit daunting. An old sugar mill and ruins of a rum distillery are off the beach along the road. — Fodor's
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Eldred Williams and David Archer sell hand-glazed lanterns and bowls at Bamboushay, a colorful wooden cottage just outside town. — Travel + Leisure
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Cornish miners worked the area between 1838 and 1867 and extracted as much as 10,000 tons of copper, then abandoned the mine to the elements. — Lonely Planet
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This is a wonderfully private beach close to Spanish Town. — Fodor's
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