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Adventures While Sailing British Virgin Islands

Fabulous Hiking Adventures While Sailing British Virgin Islands

There are millions of people around the world that love to hike and the good news is that people can hike anywhere at any time. That means that people can even hike when they are sailing British Virgin Islands.

Here are three fabulous hiking adventures that people can go on while sailing British Virgin Islands:

  1. Gorda Peak National Park on Virgin Gorda

The drive to this national park can be a little windy and intimidating, but the views are breathtaking. The park contains two hundred and fifty-four acres and there are two different trails that lead to the 1,370-foot summit. The trails are not too long and hikers will find themselves at the summit within a half hour or so. After a slightly strenuous climb to the summit, people can choose to climb to the top of the wooden water tower for even better panoramic views of the nearby islands.

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  1. Sunset Loop on Peter Island

Anyone can venture over to Peter Island while sailing British Virgin Islands and there are multiple trails there that people can hike. The main trail is approximately five miles long round trip. The Sunset Loop is a little shorter at three miles, but the last half of it is very difficult since it is almost a complete vertical climb. However, the summit offers beautiful views of Norman Island, Pelican Key, and St. John, which are all towards the west.

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  1. The Baths and Devil’s Bay Beach on Virgin Gorda

The Baths are granite boulders that rise above the blue waters and while they are the perfect place to swim, they are even better for hiking. Devil’s Bay Trail goes through The Baths and leads people to Devil’s Bay Beach. It takes approximately twenty minutes to walk along the trail and everyone will find themselves scaling the boulders and shimmying through tight spaces as they continue on. It is impossible to stay dry on this hike, so people will only want to bring what they absolutely need and make sure that they have a pouch to keep their camera dry.

The hikes on the islands may not be what most people are used to, but that is what makes them so irresistible to those who are sailing British Virgin Islands. They can definitely be challenging, but they will all be an adventure that no one sailing British Virgin Islands will ever forget.

Further Readings:

British Virgin Islands Sailing

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