Sea, Sun and History

Natural beauty is in great abundance on the third largest island of the British Virgin Islands chain, from the mountainous inland region to the endless, deep-blue Caribbean Sea. On Virgin Gorda, beyond the beaches you’ll find an incredible history dating back to the days of Christopher Columbus. Arrange for an early morning boat ride to The Baths so you can explore the volcano-created beaches and rock formations. On the southeastern tip of the island, you can explore the stone ruins of a nineteenth-century Copper Mine.

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Know Before You Go

In winter months of December and January, expect highs of 84 and lows of 70. In summer months of July and August, expect highs of 88 and lows of 76. 
Fly into St. Thomas (STT) or Tortola (EIS) via Puerto Rico (SJU) and take a ferry or private boat charter to Virgin Gorda. 
Enjoy the salty air and Caribbean breeze from the moment you land. Virgin Gorda is a 30-minute boat transfer from Tortola, or a two-hour ferry transfer from St. Thomas. 

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