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Our Islands Hidden Gems for Your Caribbean Honeymoon


The British Virgin Islands (BVI) is the ideal destination for a romantic retreat. This stunning sixty-island archipelago provides a plethora of activities for those seeking adventure or spaces for those searching for a quiet retreat for rejuvenation and revival.

The islands are little green gems, with sizes ranging from Tortola at 21 square miles to Sandy Cay which is less than half an acre. Sixteen of these islands are inhabited, and most of the islands’ over 30,000 residents live on Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost Van Dyke.

As the custodians of some of the BVI’s most celebrated natural treasures, The BVI National Parks Trust manages twenty-one national parks, protecting unique areas in the territory comprising natural habitats for plants and animals, thus preserving the islands’ wildlife.

The continued preservation of these habitats ensures that their unique existing life forms continue to thrive and are preserved for present and future generations to enjoy. The unique features of these islands continue to attract visitors who come to enjoy their natural beauty.

Our honeymoon will shine our life long:  its beams will only fade over your grave or mine.  CHARLOTTE BRONTË

The islands’ environment of verdant vegetation, unique topography and seas teeming with ocean creatures provides a dream destination for those seeking sun, sea and sand, making the islands an ideal destination for vacationing.

The preservation of these unique features is the impetus for the development of resorts which preserve the natural environment while providing romantic retreats for the environmentally conscious and also attracting newlyweds seeking romantic and idyllic honeymoon retreats.

With its pristine beaches, turquoise waters, and idyllic resorts, the BVI offers the perfect location for couples to deepen their relationships and create memories to be shared over a lifetime.

Tortola, the largest island is home to its capital city, Road Town. The capital is home to the main government offices and commercial activity. Virgin Gorda, the next largest island is considered the playground for tourism activity. Although only eight square miles, the island throbs with activity during the tourism season from November to April.

The first-class resorts on the island provide environments where couples can find rest, in addition to first-class restaurants on the island and neighbouring islands. There are several scenic beaches, most famous is the Baths National Park. Virgin Gorda is the perfect destination for sailing, swimming, snorkelling, and diving.

The islands enjoy sunny skies, and warm tropical water and are home to some of the best dive sites in the Caribbean. These islands are often referred to as ‘Nature’s Little Secrets’ which although now well-known, still offer the charm of a unique mix of nature and people living harmoniously.  Many first-time visitors make these islands their go-to vacation destination returning annually over many years.

On your first visit, you will fall in love with the physical beauty of the islands, enjoy the special hospitality of the residents, and keep returning to enjoy ‘Nature’s Little Secrets’.