British Virgin Islands | Tortola

British Virgin Islands | Tortola

Published in British Virgin Islands

The main islands are Jost Van Dyke, Anegada, Virgin Gorada and Tortola. A path way to the archipelago, the most populated island and a home to the capital city of Road Town is Tortola.

Smuggler’s Cove Beach, Tortola

There is an escape present for the people, who want to sail far away from resorts. Smuggler’s Cove is an under developed, sheltered and secluded patch that will attract you because of its beauty. There are turtles present too, which will company you, adding peace in the environment. And, if you are a movie fan, there is another benefit for you, Old Man the Sea was filmed here in the 1990, and the car remains are still there, look for them.

Cane Garden Bay Beach, Tortola

Well, it is high time for the most famous beach, it’s shape is like a crescent. The back of this hill is like a steep green hill. Wind in the beach protect the bay water and act as a shelter. This beach will give you duo effect of water sports with snorkeling and it is a buy dock filled with many opportunities. The native pays a visit to this island to enjoy the wonderful sun batch, get to know more about people and spend their nights and evenings listening to music.

Sage Mountain National Park, Tortola

Sage Mountain National Park is a present from the Rockefellers to the federation of Britain Virgin Island, it runs from the east to the west. This national park is 305 meters high from the surface and for hikers, Mount Sage is 523 meters above the sea level, which makes it the highest mountain in the entire British Virgin Island.

This is not a real rain forest, so the hikers might come across manikara trees, cedar, mahogany, ferns, hanging vines and philodendrons. Wildlife is also another beautiful thing about this island, which is pleasant to watch. This national park is under the custody of British Virgin Island, so there are many successful programs running for reforestation.

Soper’s Hole, Tortola

It was famous as pirate’s den in the past. In 1648, first Dutch’s were settled in this island. Now a day’s this island is very much busy, and it is a famous path for ferry terminal because it provides protected and deep anchorage.If you want to see some West Indian themed restaurants and house, then Soper’s Hole Marina and Frenchman’s Cay are your place to anchor, which are connected by the bridges to the residential area.