Other Islands

Flanking the aquamarine waters of the broad Sir Francis Drake Channel, the British Virgin Islands are made up of more than 60 islands. BVI visitors relish in the discovery of their pristine palm-fringed beaches, rugged peaks, rich vegetation and friendly people, while some islands are uninhabited and designated as national parks.

Each island bears a name that reflects its colorful past and unique landscape, such as Buck Island, Deadman's Chest, Fallen Jerusalem, Ginger Island, Great Camanoe, Round Rock and Scrub Island.

Among these numerous smaller islands, you’ll find must-see destinations for snorkeling and water sports, day hikes that lead the way to extraordinary lookouts, wildlife sanctuaries and so much more – all ensconced in the boater’s paradise that is the British Virgin Islands.

COOPER ISLAND

Just five miles from Tortola, this island offers four privately owned properties, a small beach club on Manchioneel Bay, and an extraordinary variety of plants and wildlife.

PETER ISLAND

Experience a relaxing pace on the BVI’s largest private island, with five pristine beaches and the aptly named Sunset Loop, which delivers you to a nearly 360 panorama.

SCRUB ISLAND

With extensive hiking and biking trails, this private island is a mere 7-minute ferry ride from Tortola.

NORMAN ISLAND

Reputed to be the inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island, Norman Island boasts water-level caves perfect for snorkelling. Spend the night moored in The Bight, visit the Willy-T and Pirates Bight Restaurants.

 

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