Virgin Gorda, Caribbean


Virgin Gorda is the second largest island in the group and encompasses the area known as the ‘North Sound’. This is a water sports enthusiast dream with ideal conditions for Water skiing, Wake boarding, Kite surfing, and Kids Tubing, not to mention the variety of Snorkeling. Snorkel around the sunken 17th Century cannons and ships anchor, with the good chance of seeing Eagle Rays, Octopus, Nurse Sharks and Sea Turtles, along with the numerous colourful tropical fish.

The beaches are very secluded, and with their powder white sands, will appeal to sun worshippers and shell seekers alike all with the backdrop of Richard Branson’s ‘Necker Island.’

Why not celebrate with a meal at one of the beach side restaurants. The Bitter End Yacht Club has local music, and a first class sailing centre. Saba Rock, built on a small island, was once owned by the treasure hunter Burt Kilbride. It has a museum showing some of his great finds from various shipwrecks. You can even buy the gold and silver doubloons to take home with you. A nice night out for families, there is a great kids menu and an outside aquarium full of fish, lobster, moray eels and conch – for viewing only, not to eat!

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For a spectacular sunset cocktail, make your way by boat to Biras Creek. This world-class restaurant offers an outstanding menu and amazing views, ideal for a romantic evening or relaxing with friends.

For a real fun Caribbean evening, visit Leverick Bay’s Moko Jumby night. These traditional skilled dancers on stilts will delight kids and adults alike. A casual BBQ and dancing, make this a great family night, or stay later for the top quality live local music. For the ladies, Virgin Gorda has many small boutiques and a Pussers store. Ask the house manager about a visit to Virgin Gorda.

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