Tortola is the largest of the islands and has an airport and ferry port, making it easily accessible. The name ‘Tortola’ was given to the island by Christopher Columbus and means ‘Turtle Dove’. The highest point in Tortola is Sage Mountain, a National Park standing at an impressive 1780 feet. A walk through this lush rainforest will reveal amazing trees, wildlife and stunning views of the other islands and their coral reefs.

Some of the best surf beaches and snorkeling spots can be found on the island, making them easily accessible from the Villa, one of the most secluded beaches in the Virgin Islands is a few minutes away from St. Bernard’s, these along with amazing scenery, traditional Caribbean restaurants and duty free shopping, make Tortola the best place from which to base your vacation.