Things To Do on Tortola Vacations
The island of Tortola is known as the gateway to the British Virgin Islands. From the airport on Beef Island, vacationers can hop on ferries or private boat charters and zip off to exclusive retreats at Necker Island, Oil Nut Bay and Scrub Island. Many choose to stay put on this relaxed island and explore the cozy harbor villages of Road Town and Frenchman's Cay, enjoy the lively beach scene at Cane Garden Bay or stroll along the white sand beach of Long Bay West. Your WIMCO Villa Specialist can recommend things to do in Tortola, then make reservations for you
Cane Garden Bay - (Cane Garden Bay Rd)
A soft beach with gin-clear tranquil waters. You'll find plenty of water sports rentals available, as well as beachside restaurants. As its the closest beach to Road Town, it has a tendency to get crowded when the cruise ships are in port.
Dolphin Discovery - (Road Town)
Dolphin Discovery is one of the best-rated Dolphin experiences. At their facility you can swim and play with dolphins while learning more about their natural habitat and lifestyle
This small island off the coast of Tortola houses West Indian style buildings full of galleries, boutiques and restaurants. Stop by Pusser's for a cold drink and a sandwich as you watch the boats bob in the harbor.
Long Bay West - (Long Bay Rd.)
A real Kodak moment (or a sure hit on Instagram). Long Bay West is an extraordinary mile long stretch of white sandy beach, with nice swimming.
Pastel colored buildings line the streets of this historic town. Full of shopping and restaurants, Road Town makes for a full day of activities.
Sage Mountain National Park - (Ridge Road)
Take a hike or a nature walk at the highest point in the Virgin Islands. Established in 1964 with a donation from Laurence Rockefeller, Sage Mountain was the first national park in the BVI.