Honeymoon Packages in British Virgin Islands
Peter Island Resort Private Island Caribbean Honeymoon
Couples will love the powder white sandy beaches and incredible snorkeling at this secluded island paradise escape called Peter Island
British Virgin Islands Honeymoons & Virgin Island Honeymoon packages
White Sandy Beaches, Crystal Clear Lagoons, Hiking and Great Snorkeling
A great destination for couples who want the combination of unsurpassed scenic beauty , privacy, luxury resorts & intimate villa accommodations. Couples will find a variety of things to do and see in the British Virgin Islands, here are just a few ideas of what to do While you are there:
- Enjoy some of the most wonderful natural attractions on earth, like The Baths on Virgin Gorda (a must see) plus the island of Anengada as well, a flat perfect island paradise.
- Charter a yacht for a week and explore on your own some of the most beautiful islands in the world! ( ask us!) learn to sail at the Bitter end yacht club
- Day Cruise to neighboring islands to discover the mysterious world -Trek under the cool forest canopies of the mountainous National Parks in Tortola and Virgin Gorda.
- Hop on a ferry to Peter Island or Marina Cay for lunch and a swim.
WEDDINGS IN THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
Where you choose to marry will always hold a special significance for the two of you. Weddings in the British Virgin Islands are memorable and stress-free occasions. A marriage license is simple to arrange, and the certificate is valid in the United States. Your choices couldn't be more romantic. Hold your ceremony on a balcony overlooking the turquoise sea, in a tropical garden, on a tranquil beach, or on a mountaintop. Invite family and friends to share your special day. Or rent an entire island and have a private ceremony with a few intimate friends. We have accommodations to suit every budget, from the modestly priced to the extravagantly luxurious. It's no wonder these islands are known as "Nature's Little Secrets"
British Virgin Islands- Honeymoon paradise
The Jewel of the British Virgin Islands- a must do excursion
The Baths at Virgin Gorda
The Baths at Virgin Gorda, one of the wonders of the world is located on a hop skip and jump from the main airport in Tortola. This geological wonder comprised of awe-inspiring granite boulders, which form sheltered sea pools on the beach's edge. The protected area also includes Devil's Bay, which can be reached from The Baths by a series of ladders scaling the boulders.
This popular daytime anchorage is ideal for swimming and snorkeling. The dinghy dock offshore prevents the beach from becoming overcrowded with dinghies, whilst mooring buoys protect the reef from anchor damage. Swim line markers guide vessels through safe channels when approaching the beaches, but caution should always be used and speeds should not exceed 5mph.
Strong ocean swells can occur in the winter months, preventing use of the mooring buoys and access to the beach from the sea. Swimming is also discouraged during these periods, due to the strong currents.
Devils Bay Virgin Gorda- picturesque bay like no other
This horseshoe shaped bay is a welcome sight at the end of the 15 minute hike through dry scrub vegetation and boulders from the car park at the top of the Baths. A second trail at the eastern end leads visitors to The Baths through massive granite boulders, where hikers should be prepared to crawl, climb ladders and wade through water. Caution must be used at all times to avoid slipping or failing.
A tranquil location for swimming and snorkeling, or just relaxing under the shade umbrellas, Devil's Bay is one of Virgin Gordas most beautiful beaches. At the southern end of the beach is a trail to Stoney Bay, where the Atlantic swells pummel the coastline and seabirds soar overhead. Swim line markers guide dinghies safely through the channel and into the bay, where a dinghy dock awaits for easy access to the beach.
SCUBA DIVING IN THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
The British Virgin Islands are volcanic outcrops of a vast underwater plateau that stretches for more than 70 miles where the Caribbean meets the Atlantic. Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke, Anegada, and more than 60 other smaller islands form a protective ring around the crystal-clear aquamarine water known as the Sir Francis Drake Channel. They create a sheltered paradise of secluded coves, calm shores and sweeping beaches.