Tortola is the largest and most populated of the BVI, with lots to explore. Rent a car and explore the beautiful countryside, or anchor off shore and explore on foot. Cane Garden Bay is lovely, but can be untenable with a northern Swell. Stanley's is a beach bar that is well known on the island and they serve great West Indian style fish; call ahead or stop in a few hours before dinner time and place your order. Rhymer's is a recreational center in Cane Garden Bay; they have a game room for the kids and a restaurant. The Village Cay Marina is a good place to dock in Road Town, with novelty and clothing shops close by. It is an easy walk to town and shops. You may also want to check into the Saga Mountain National Park with the highest peak being 1780' and it's graveled paths for hiking. Or check out the Last Resort on Bellamy Cay in lovely Trellis Bay.

Tortola is the largest and most developed of all the BVI and home to the capital, Road Town. The majority of the charter fleet based in the BVI can be found in the many marinas located on the island.
Jost is the smallest of the four main islands of the BVI and home to the famous Foxy’s and the Soggy Dollar Bar nestled along the some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean.
Virgin Gorda is where you will find the highest point in the BVI and the beautiful, mysterious boulder formation called The Baths, ready for you to explore.
Thought to be the inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson’s pirate novel Treasure Island because of its storied past, Norman Island is also where you will find one of the most popular anchorages in all of the BVI and the location of the infamous shipwreck bar, the Willy T.
Home to upscale resorts and gorgeous beaches, Peter Island has several anchorages popular with the charter fleet.
Most notable for the numerous salt ponds which were once a valuable resource, the island is now known for its proximity to the wreck of the RMS Rhone, the most popular dive and snorkeling site in the BVI.
Cooper Island has a great smaller resort where you’ll find lots of moorings and anchorages close in proximity to many of the wreck diving sites in the BVI.
While all of the other islands of the country have volcanic origins, this northernmost island is an atoll formed of coral and limestone and is the lowest point of the BVI. Well known for its lobster BBQs, beautiful beaches and their well-stocked bars. Great sportsfishing is based here as well.