The BVI’s Other Isles
The British Virgin Islands archipelago comprises more than 60 individual islands. The largest are known for rich vegetation, exceptional luxury resorts, beautiful beaches, fantastic food, and friendly locals. Some of the less-prominent islands are completely uninhabited, and designated as national park space. But each has its own character, rich history, and reason to visit. If you’re feeling adventurous, we encourage you to explore.
Beef Island — The site of Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport (the primary point of entry for BVI). Visitors should also stop by Trellis Bay — a charming beachside town with several must-see points of interest.
Cooper Island — Largely private Cooper Island is located approximately 5 miles from the southeastern shore of Tortola, and is home a handful of private residences, as well as a beachfront resort.