Tortola is the biggest and most popular of the group and the usual beginning point of yacht charters. It is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean, such as Cane Garden Bay, Smuggler's Cove, and Long Bay Beach, which are perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and water sports.
Anegada is a low-lying coral island, the second largest of BVI, it’s known for secluded beaches like Loblolly Bay and Cow Wreck Beach. Horseshoe Reef is rich in marine life and dotted with shipwrecks which makes it a great point of interest for divers. Waterside restaurants feature Anegada lobster. The island is home to flamingos, rock iguanas and rare plant species like sea lavender.
Jost Van Dyke
Jost Van Dyke is an island well known which offers sheltered anchorages, quietness and relax, where you can enjoy swimming in white sand beaches and eating delicious seafood, especially lobsters.
Gorda is the island famous for "The Baths", a formation of monolithic granite boulders that line the beach, with waterways among them and a system of caves that open to the ocean. Between these rocks, there are many small pools and caves, very attractive to swim among.