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British Virgin Islands

I’ve been fortunate enough to visit the British Virgin Islands twice in the last decade – once before and once after Hurricane Irma. While most (if not all) the islands are still recovering from the devastation, many are pushing through and open to tourists! It’s such a gorgeous destination – highly recommend checking it out!

City Guide

  • RESTAURANTS/BARS
    SOGGY DOLLAR BAR
    COOPER ISLAND BEACH CLUB RESTAURANT
    FOXY'S
    WILLY T'S
    MARCHE AT TRELLIS BAY
  • THINGS TO DO

    Most of our activities were planned by the Cuan Law (read more on that below!), but here are some islands to explore: Jost Van Dyke, the Sandy Spit, the Rhone, White Bay Beach, Scrub Island, Cooper Island Beach, Virgin Gorda (The Baths!), and Spring Bay.

    Some of the things we did while aboard the Cuan Law included scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, hobie cats, etc. They also have speed boats equipped with tubes, wakeboards, etc! So many great water sports and activities when you charter a boat like the Cuan Law.

  • WHERE TO STAY

    CUAN LAW

    On both trips down to the BVIs, I’ve stayed on the Cuan Law. It’s the world’s largest sailing trimaran, featuring ten staterooms and a full crew to take you everywhere, keep the boat clean and make most of your meals. Read more about the boat and our stay here!

    SCRUB ISLAND RESORT

    We didn’t stay here, but visited and hung by the pool for a bit on the day we docked here! Seemed like a fun place to stay.

    MARIA’S BY THE SEA

    Before boarding the Cuan Law, we always stay the night before at Maria’s By The Sea in Tortola. While the lobby area could use a refresh, the rooms have been renovated since the hurricane and are pretty nice! Spacious and right on the water.

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