Top 10 Picks of Virgin Gorda
01. The Baths
The most well-know attraction of the Islands with the collection 7 acres of these Sky-high boulders scattered beautifully on the white sandy bay. This unique swimming beachs greatest secret is a narrow path way into its secret pool and onward to a twenty minute trek, you will climb over boulders and squeeze through narrow passages to explore the breath-taking views of Devil’s Bay.
02. Copper Mine
Are you looking for a stunning photograph background with crystal clear waters and blue skies with a bit of history. Why not explore the southeastern tip of Virgin Gorda where you can explore the scenic remains of the chimney, cistern and mine shaft house.
03. Hog Heaven
On the northern side of Virgin Gorda lay hills with spectacular views for you to take in while you enjoy some of our local cuisine such as ginger touched barbecue ribs, potato salad and fried pork, here you can enjoy the breathtaking views of offshore islands such as Necker Island and Saba Rock.
04. Conch Island, Anegada
Feel like exploring the British Virgin island via our crystal clear water? Allow us to arrange a private boat charter from our resort dock to Settlement in Anegada. It will be our pleasure to arrange a picnic basket to take on board or you can dine at the Big Bamboo restaurant and select your own freshly picked seasonal lobster, while you enjoy the beautiful view of the Loblolly beach. Don’t leave Anegada without exploring Conch island with Captain Kelly just fifteen minutes off course east of Anegada. It is one of the best-kept secrets that has taken hundreds of years to rise from the bottom of the ocean - created by fishermen throwing unwanted conch shell into the ocean after harvesting the prized meat.
05. The Dog Islands
This clutch of five islands - Dog, Seal, Great, George and Cockroach Islands. Just 2.5 miles off the Northwestern coast of Virgin Gorda are a sanctuary for birds and marine life. Join us on an excursion with a picnic lunch.
06. The Cave at Norman Island
The world-renowned caves are a must see located on the Southern tip of the British Virgin Islands. Experience feeding the fish, snorkeling and diving before entering the cave.
07. Wreck of HMS Rhone
Located just off the coast of Salt Island lies the spectaculer unique dive site of the Rhone at a depth of 80 feet you will experience all different type of marine life that have made the 310 foot marine wreck home.
08. Jost van Dyke
It is known as the fourth smallest main island, located at the Northern portion of the Virgin Islands with great history and the only natural foaming sea pool, the old sugar works along with great snorkeling at White Bay.
09. Coco Maya Restaurant
Slate tiles twisted lean vines, exotic timber with a swinging bar chair, you can dine on a wooden floor or the white sand with a view of the ocean. Located just 5 minutes away from the resort on the road to the iconic Baths, this restaurant serves you Asian and Latin cuisine and is also well known for sushi and karaoke.
10. Devils Bay
This Pristine beach can be accessible by boat or land. Located just a 5 minutes taxi ride away from the resort, this national park beach leads you down a rouge path way to the worlds number one beach the Baths. Enjoy the captivating view of pure white sand sprinkled with large granite boulders as well as the deep blue sea, rich marine life and coral.