BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS YACHT TRIP
Come join us on a 7 day sailing adventure! While the schedule is flexible and depends on where the group wants to explore each day, below are some places we will for sure hit while there!
Coconut palm trees surround these crystal clear saltwater grottoes created millions of years ago from granite chunks of volcanic lava. Some of the magnificent boulders are the size of three-story buildings, and the smallest are scarcely bigger than most people. We will hike to the Baths across a quarter-mile long rocky trail beginning at the white sand Devil’s Bay beach and passing through the famous Cathedral pool seen in many photographs and television series. At the Baths, we will then snorkel around the offshore reefs and take a relaxing soak in one of the many pools.
Underwater Playground & Shipwrecks
Home to some of the largest shipwrecks in history, here we will explore all sorts of shipwrecks and visit a unique underwater playground.
This peaceful and famous two and a half mile long island is said to be Robert Louis Stevenson’s inspiration for his famous pirate novel, Treasure Island. The snorkeling beneath the three sea caves is now the main attraction of this uninhabited ‘Little Sisters’ island at the archipelago’s southern tip. Here we will snorkel and explore this famous place.
Explore Marine Life
We will plan to swim with sharks, turtles, dolphins & other creatures!
Hike Mount Sage
Mount Sage is a protected area of the British Virgin Islands. It is named after the highest peak of the island of Tortola, Mount Sage. The Mount Sage volcanic peak rises to a height of 1,716 feet, and is the highest point in all of the Virgin Islands.
Visit Guana Island
Guana Island is an island of the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean. One of the few remaining privately owned islands in its part of the world, Guana has seven white powder-sand beaches and 850 acres of tropical forest, mountains, hills, and valleys.
The endangered Anegada rock iguana named after the northernmost British Virgin Island is just one of many rare species whose populations greatly outnumber the 250 human residents. Here we will feed and play with all the iguanas.
Price of Trip: $1,600
(originally $12,000 trip, however because we know the captain, we get to go basically free – we just have to cover the expenses the yacht).
Date: June 4-11, 2022
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