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Diamond Cay

Diamond Cay, BVI

British Virgin Islands
Boasting the ultimate union of beauty and nature, Diamond Cay was declared a National Park in 1991 and is now a bird sanctuary.  Located off Long Bay, Jost Van Dyke, the volcanic nature of this BVI island flaunts bare, rocky cliffs on its windward side and white sandy beaches on its leeward side.  The adventurer in you will enjoy the snorkeling and hiking trail.  Boaters will relish in several day anchorages but must use caution to avoid damaging the reefs when anchoring in sand.
Boasting the ultimate union of beauty and nature, Diamond Cay was declared a National Park in 1991 and is now a bird sanctuary.  Located off Long Bay, Jost Van Dyke, the volcanic nature of this BVI island flaunts bare, rocky cliffs on its windward side and white sandy beaches on its leeward side.  The adventurer in you will enjoy the snorkeling and hiking trail.  Boaters will relish in several day anchorages but must use caution to avoid damaging the reefs when anchoring in sand.

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