The British Virgin Islands are a marvellous warm country in the West Indies region. They benefit from scenic landscapes, clean seas. There are lots of opportunities for tourists, like diving, fishing, and yachting. The touristic facilities are developed and provide great opportunities. People who love relaxed pastimes will love this country.
Why should you visit BVI?
Yachting is relatively easy as the mileage between the thirty-six archipelago isles are short, enabling tourists to make stops during the cruise on a BVI charter yacht and hop in on a couple of islands in the same day.
Travellers can enjoy fishing, snorkelling or diving among stunning corals and old ships that are now home for sea creatures. There are underwater caves for extremals who don't suffer from claustrophobia.
The British Virgin Islands are an energetic and lively place, where travellers attend various holidays all-year-round.
The largest fest is the Islands Summer Festival. This is a carnival with ceremonial processions, performances, and music concerts.
The isles most considerable in size are:
- Virgin Gorda;
- Jost Van Dyke;
There are more than sixty less big islets and coral reefs.
Road Town on Tortola Isle is the main city. Approximately 90% of the people live here. English is widely spoken, the US dollar is used as a currency. The Internet and telephony services are highly-developed.