Road Town Marina, Tortola
Visit the BVI – Virgin Gorda
The “Baths” at Virgin Gorda – take a ferry from Road Town. Cross the Sir Francis Drake Channel to Spanish Town on the third largest island in the British Virgin Islands. Virgin Gorda is not on the cruise ship circuit, so there is far less tourism. Most visitors arrive on small yachts. View the volcanic formations. “Baths” refers to the natural pools that have eroded into the volcanic rocks at the shoreline. These are found at the southern tip of the island of Virgin Gorda.
Open Air Tourist Bus, Road Town, Tortola
Visit the BVI – By Sea
The capital and only cruise port for the British Virgin Islands is Road Town. You can easily arrange tours of the island of Tortola from registered cab and open bus drivers at the port. Going rates are about half what you would pay for a cruise ship excursion.
Visit the BVI – By Air
There are no direct flights to the British Virgin Islands from North America, Europe, or South America. Terrence B. Lettsome Airport on Tortola receives flights from Caribbean islands like Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, Antigua, or St. Maarten.