Things To Do on Virgin Gorda
Probably the Caribbean's most photographed landscape, these large house sized boulders make a great swimming spot. Visit early in the day or late in the afternoon if you can't deal with the crowds. Lee Rd.
Reach these beauties by boat for some of the most memorable beaching you ever remember. Terrific snorkeling.
Lovely private beach close to Spanish Town. North Sound Rd.
The main settlement on the island's southern end has a marina, some shopping, and car-rental agencies. You'll also find the ferry slip just north of town. There is additional shopping at Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbour.
Shipwreck Scuba Diving
For scuba divers, Virgin Gorda has lots to offer. One especially spectacular trip is diving down to the Wreck of the Chikuzen. This particular site receives less traffic from tourists, but is a wreck divers dream. Be sure to ask dive operators when they are going to the Chikuzen so you don’t miss the incredible opportunity.
Virgin Gorda Peak
A beautiful secluded hiking trail that brings you up to Gorda Peak National Park, a peak with stunning views and lots of wildlife. The hike is easy and under two hours round trip. Climb the tower at the top for an even better view.
Virgin Gorda has many opportunities for whatever aquatic activity you are interested in. Rent a power boat to island hop and snorkel, a sailboat to peruse the waters, or a fishing boat, all for a fun day out on the water.
Staying in a villa but want hotel spa treatment? Head over to Little Dix Bay resort and book your preferred type of appointment with their Sense spa.
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