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Travel & Transport

 

Travel & Transport

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Planes fly high, touching down from the light blue sky while ships chart their course over the deep blue sea.

No matter how you get to the BVI, we’ll go out of our way to make sure your trip goes smoothly and is first class all the way.

If you’re arriving by air, keep in mind that there are no direct flights from the USA, Canada, Europe or South America to our main airport - the Terrence B. Lettsome Airport (EIS). When booking air travel remember to request flights to Tortola or use the airport code, EIS. The airport code for the Virgin Gorda Airport is VIJ.

If you’re arriving by sea, ports of entry are located in Road Town and the West End on Tortola, Great Harbour on Jost Van Dyke and St. Thomas Bay in Virgin Gorda. All vessels must clear Customs and Immigration immediately upon arrival and a valid passport and boat registration papers may be required.

All roads lead to the British Virgin Islands. Connecting airports surround the BVI, making arrivals and departures an easy part of your travel itinerary.

 
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Take a taxi ride with the BVI's many taxi operators who are as friendly as they are knowledgeable.

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Renting a car in Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada or Jost Van Dyke means, having the freedom to move around at your own pace...or you could just breeze around on a bike or scooter and explore some of the larger islands in the BVI.

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Ferry services among the larger islands of the BVI are frequent, speedy and efficient – the perfect way to go island hopping.

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Take advantage of the many air charter companies that travel throughout the BVI and the Caribbean.