Sailing Holiday British Virgin Islands is the perfect way to relax and spend some time in the sun. The boat will make many stops on beautiful islands, so that you can explore as much of this region as possible. The beaches are white and the water is aquamarine and there are plenty of areas to see.
One of the first stops for this sailing holiday is Cooper Island. The island is only 2 miles long and the Cooper Island Beach Club is part of that short distance. The Beach Club is an eco friendly resort and there is a restaurant that serves lunch and dinner. For the perfect relaxing afternoon, they invite you to sit out in their outdoor lounge and enjoy a drink as you are looking out at the water.
Virgin Gorda is the third largest island in this group and visitors can find The Baths at the southern end of the island. The Baths are an unusual geologic formation and the beach there has evidence of the volcanic activity from the past. Some of this evidence is shown in large boulders of granite. All of the boulders have formed together to make tidal pools, tunnels and arches throughout the area. The Baths is definitely a must see destination while on the island.
After a fun filled day of exploring Virgin Gorda, you will continue your sailing holiday as you go to Marina Cay. At this destination you will have the opportunity to see the spectacular Glacier National Park. There are over 700 miles of hiking trails and you can take a dip in over 100 lakes. It doesn’t matter what section you visit, because the views are stunning in any area of the park. Before you leave Marina Cay, you should go to Pusser’s Restaurant. They offer delicious food and specialize in seafood and Caribbean cuisine.
While you are in Cane Garden Bay, you will be able to experience nightlife like you never have. Many of these nightclubs are located at the beach and you can have an evening to remember while you are dancing and eating traditional island foods.
As you are nearing the end of your Sailing Holiday British Virgin Islands you will make a stop in Great Harbour Cay. This is the perfect area for romance and fishing. Begin your day with a fishing pole in hand and continue on to eat lunch at Foxy’s. This is the most popular restaurant in the Caribbean.
Your last destination will be Norman Island and the anchorage that is known as The Bright. As soon as you reach this area, you will have been all around Tortola. It is recommended that you eat a meal at Willie T, because it is a replica of a 93 foot lumber schooner and it floats. There will be plenty of time for snorkeling at the caves at Treasure Point afterwards.
Any sailing holiday is considered special, because of the time spent on the water and in the sun. These holidays are the perfect way to see multiple destinations without the hassle of figuring out transportation. All you need to do is sit back and relax and let the boat take you to where you need to go. Enjoy Sailing Holiday British Virgin Islands.