Discover the best top things to do in Tortola, British Virgin Islands including Rhone National Marine Park, Anegada Island, Josiah's Bay, Smuggler's Cove, Long Bay Beach, Brewers Bay, Cane Garden Bay, Soper's Hole, Dolphin Discovery Tortola, Sunny Caribbee Spice Shop & Art Gallery.
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4.5 based on 172 reviews
Park that encompasses the wreck of the HMS Rhone, a mail ship that sunk during a hurricane in 1867, and Dead Chest Island, both great dive sites.
I have been to about 24 Caribbean dive operations & Sail Caribbean is among the best. The owners, Mike & Melisande Rowe were on site every day to insure an excellent experience. The staff was well trained, professional & very safety conscious. The Newton dive boats were well equipped & in excellent condition. I dove the RMS Rhone 4 times which is too much. The blown up ship is scattered over the ocean floor & worth 1 or 2 dives. I like wrecks that are in 1 piece. The reefs are in excellent shape with numerous fish. There were reef sharks, nurse sharks, turtles, lobsters, bennies, cleaner shrimp, banded crabs & more. The dive groups were small with1 to 4 divers per guide. The visibility was good & the current was generally weak. I do not believe in repeating, but this could be a repeat.
4.5 based on 536 reviews
Anegada or the "drowned island" is completely surrounded by shallow reefs, and has become the focal point of underwater diving due to the many historic shipwrecks that litter the island's underwater depths.
Belle came out and was not expecting us. She was getting ready to close for the season. I'm sure her supplies were light and energy low after coming threw her high season. She put on a smile, served us amazing cocktails and cooked us such a fun lunch. Cannot pay her enough gratitude for opening her doors the way she did. Made our day and a memory for life.
4.5 based on 132 reviews
A lovely beach sweeping for half a mile, which provides a great place to swim, snorkel, sunbathe or just relax and watch the pelicans dive for fish.
This is a great beach with very few people. It has an interesting history too as it was a plantation that grew sweet potatoes on one side and sugar cane on the other. There are no more ruins from that time but it is a lovey beach.
4.5 based on 522 reviews
This Tortola cove offers excellent snorkeling opportunities.
One of the nicest Beaches in Tortola. A bit off the beaten path but worth the bumps and bounce on the well worn "road". Small beach shack with a bar and snacks and limited menu. Piña colada so good that you might "end up the bushes" ( as my Rasta bartender told me) limited facilities.
4.5 based on 220 reviews
A perfect getaway for a day, this charming, half-mile strip of soft white sand is isolated and rarely visited since it is accessible only by a small dirt road.
We're staying in a nearby property with a very small beach and wanted to checkout another, bigger beach. This one was fantastic. We're here in off-season, and had the place almost to ourselves. There is a good restaurant on the beach and plenty of parking on the street.
4.5 based on 260 reviews
An exceptional bay and beach area on Tortola's north shore, which is protected by boulder-strewn barrier reefs, making this stretch of water popular for swimming and snorkeling.
Brewers bay for me was one of the most virgin beach in Tortola. The environment around make that you feel are in solitaire island! Is extremely relax, clean and beautiful! The nature around is like a paradise.
4.5 based on 952 reviews
Centrally located on Tortola's north side, this is probably the busiest beach since its beauty is often compared to Magen's Bay on St. Thomas.
Cane Garden Bay is an awesome beach which offers a variety of establishments serving food, spirits, and music. Also the cruise ships bring many people here so there's always activity on the days the ships are in port. Plan to spend the afternoon and relax and enjoy.
4.5 based on 277 reviews
This marina and shopping center in West End is the place to get your Caribbean crafts and mementos.
We went here as part of a cruise ship tour and I frankly don't understand why. There were just a few shops and nothing I couldn't get in Road Town. Sure you can walk around and look at the marina but that hardly seemed worth the ride there. Maybe this is nicer if you are there longer or coming by boat, but I would say to skip any tour stopping here.
4 based on 472 reviews
Dolphin Discovery invites you to live the dream of swimming with dolphins in the Caribbean paradise of Tortola. We offer a range of programs for all ages, a family-friendly adventure you will never forget.
We had wanted to swim with dolphins for a few years. This trip to Tortola allowed us to finally enjoy the experience.
The staff were all really friendly and helpful.
We go the package with all the photos, it may be "pricey" but to have a record of the memories we made there, worth it.
4.5 based on 100 reviews
The Arts, the Crafts, the Flavours and Fragrances…the Best of the Caribbean can be yours! Located in what was Tortola's first guest house, Sunny Caribbee offers an eclectic collection of spices, sauces, cosmetics, art and craftwork all either made or designed in the West Indies. Open 7 days in season and now with a second location at Sopers Hole in West End.
A fun place to walk to from the cruise ship. I had read about the shop beforehand and since we have cooks in the family, plus cooks for friends, i bought several gifts to bring home. They were wrapped securely and the staff was very friendly. The best part, though, was the delightful iced tea that we sampled straight in the door. Great for us who are not used to the heat and humidity of the BVI"s. Art works were lovely and worth taking your time to view. Enjoy this little shop, for it was unique.
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