The sailing waters around the British Virgin Islands are world-famous. Experienced sailors can hire your own boat to go island hopping. Or you might prefer to take a daysail, where your captain will take you to great snorkeling spots, remote beaches, and more.
All guests with CaribbeanDays are welcome to book our villas and spend their stay self guided. But for extra adventure and to get the most out of your vacation, CaribbeanDays can now book your guided adventure!
– Dolphin Watch/Swim Tours, 40mins+ tour, starting at $99/person
– Sailing Tour, 7.5hrs+. tour, starting at $120/person.
All pricing is approximate due to time of year, weather and availability. Firmer quotes available upon inquiry.
To book your villa stay, ground transportation tour or activity, Contact Us.
While the islands are best known for their sailing conditions, they also have more than 100 dive sites well worth visiting. There is a wide variety of dive sites ranging from reefs and wrecks to underwater caves and canyons to lava tunnels and grottoes. For snorkeling, Brewer’s Bay is home to schools of trumpet fish, barracuda, stingrays, octopus, and sergeant majors, and Smuggler’s Cove offers two reefs, just 100 feet offshore, that are home to grunts, squirrel fish and parrot fish. Novice divers should enjoy the Chikuzen off Tortola’s East End, a 268-foot steel-hulled refrigerator ship blessed with visibility so good you can stand on the bow and see all the way to the stern.
The Tortola coastline is remarkably scenic, quiet, and full of wildlife, making it a great place to kayak.
Surfing, windsurfing, kiteboarding, and parasailing are all gaining popularity on Tortola.