Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Tortola, the capitol of the British Virgin Islands is the largest of its brothers and sisters.
With a population of roughly 24,000, Tortola is also the most populated of the B.V.I. Tortola boasts limitless white sandy beaches that are perfect for a quite stroll in paradise.
Things to Do
Some of the more popular destinations on Tortola include:
- Soper’s Hole
- Cane Garden Bay
- Callwood Rum Distillery
- Road Town
Adorned with beautiful white sandy beaches and crystal clear water strolling along looking for shells or snorkeling with colorful salt water fish is the perfect way to decompress and unwind.
Where to Shop
Main Street in Road Town is where you will find everything from spices to jewelry handcrafted by local artisans to jams and rum.
Where to Eat
Tucked in Smuggler’s Cove is Nigel’s Boom Boom Beach Bar & Grill. Great food and Nigel is just a great guy. Try the pork with Creole sauce and get a helping of coconut corn.
Another place with a huge helping of Virgin Island hospitality is Naomi’s Little Secret Beachside Cafe. Located in Josiah’s Bay, Naomi is the “hostess with the most-ess.” Be considerate of the wait. You are on island time, this a place to hang out, enjoy the view, and relax. If you are in a hurry, we will provide other options.
If you plan on cruising over to Tortola, plan a full-day private charter excursion with us. The British Virgin Islands require entry through customs and entry back in the US Virgin Islands at the conclusion of the trip.