With the year-round great weather, crystal clear turquoise water under blue skies, colorful coral reefs, white sandy beaches with scenic seaside villages make this particular destination one of the most strikingly beautiful and gorgeous islands in the Caribbean for a perfect honeymoon. Without any doubt, today I’m talking about none other the British Virgin Islands. It is in the British Overseas territory, situated just to the east of the U.S Virgin Islands in the Caribbean.
The British Virgin Islands’ quality beaches are generally not crowded even during tourist season as well, offer a relaxing, exclusively romantic and secluded honeymoon. The BVIs is the first-timers paradise since well protected from the Atlantic. It consists more than sixty islands. They are, Tortola, Anegada, Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Gorda and other islands. Tortola is the largest of the islands and home to the capital city, Road Town. Jost Van Dyke is a small and secluded island which is only accessible by ferry or boat, contains 200 year round inhabitants. Honeymooners who love to have a quite and intimate time then this island is the perfect for them.
The British Virgin Islands is a colorful aquarium of the world’s most diverse sea life, located the east of Puerto Rico in the Caribbean. Including the main island of Tortola, these islands form a distinct pattern around the Sir Francis Drake Channel creating the backbone. A series of smaller islands in the south, in the north Anegada, Jost Van Dyke in the west and eastern border stretching Virgin Gorda. Thus, the BVIs creating a wonderful paradise of caves, coral reefs and a wide variety of dive sites.
The main attraction in the islands is it’s nature. It is the ideal location for natural adventures. For its sunny climate, constant breezes considered the BVIs as a sailing capital of the world. These islands offer stunning beaches, azure seas, lush rainforests, endangered wildlife, legendary wrecks, and many more that will take your breath away.
There are lots of secrets below the BVIs, which is nothing compared to the adventures. The British Virgin Islands is world-renowned for diving. Discover caves below Norman Island, becoming a character in the “Treasure Island” is the famous wrecks of the Rhone. Another field of sunken ships is “Wreck Alley”, which is one of the most popular dive spots in the Caribbean. Honeymooning couples can be enjoyed visiting Smuggler’s Cove, Loblolly Bay and Callwood Distillery. Smuggler’s Cove is one of the best spots in the BVIs for watching endangered turtles lay eggs and also known for being the pristine and interesting beach.
Other attractions are the Rainforest, Sandy Botanic Gardens, Museum, Churches and obviously the historic villages. Apart from these things to do in BVIs are breathtaking and amazing. Like diving, sailing, snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing (but spear-fishing is strictly prohibited), windsurfing, kiteboarding, surfing and lot more. Don’t miss the full moon party at Bomba’s Beach Shack, beautiful view of the sunset at Banana Keet on Tortola and Bitter End Yacht Club on Virgin Gorda, the island's most well-known attraction- baths and, of course, the plenty of happening nightlife around Road Town. From Continental, Asian to Local dishes, you can taste all here in BVIs. Drink choice in the islands is Rum.
A number of 5- star hotels, cottages and villas offer various honeymoon packages that are unique and memorable. Each of these luxurious accommodations offers from scuba diving to spa services. A some of them offers a helicopter tour of the Caribbean. You already have your desire stay in BVIs if you’re renting a boat. It is an amazing experience to see the islands by boat.
So newlyweds, don’t waste your time planning for a lovely and most romantic destination for a honeymoon! Visit to discover the secrets below the surface and consider the fascinating activities in the British Virgin Islands.
As usual, you’re highly recommended to ensure your travel insurance before touring anywhere in the world.