Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Fun Filled Secrets of the British Virgin Islands

Did you know that the British Virgin Islands (BVI) boasts some of the most exclusive and least developed islands of the Caribbean? These facts make the BVI special in and of itself. Each part of the British Virgin Islands has its own distinct beauty, character, and story. In the BVI, visitors can island hop on a chartered yacht, enjoy an active week of sailing, yoga and stand up paddle boarding adventures, or simply relax on a private beach with a picnic prepared by the resort.

Some recent and very exclusive news for the BIV is happening on Moskito Island, the private island of Sir Richard Branson, which has just become available for bookings. Also new in the BVI, The Club, a well-known center of fine dining on Guana Island, has opened a place on Norman Island as a center of fine-dining and innovative cuisine. Executive Chefs Xavi Arnau and Patrick Williams have teamed up to open the new restaurant, which will serve Mediterranean- and Jamaican-inspired cuisine in an elegant, open-air space. The 80-seat beachfront restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, and offers beautiful views of the Caribbean, as well as a chic beach club atmosphere.

Mark your calendar:

  1. British Virgin Islands Emancipation Festival (July 22nd - August 6th): The yearly extravaganza is held in celebration of the freedom of BVI ancestor’s from colonialism, and their cultural history. Through fascinating performances of local music, delicious cuisine, Sailing Regattas and everything in between, this Festival rejoices in the history of its people in grand style.
  2. Full Moon Parties (Every Month): From Foxy’s on Jost Van Dyke, to Apple Bay on Tortola, partygoers come together once a month to enjoy several beachside festivities which celebrate the fully illuminated moon – and the to test the truth behind urban myths and legends around humans transforming into werewolves!

Summer FREEdom Offers:

  1. Bitter End Yacht Club – With the 5-Night Romance Package, couples can extend their summer with the addition of a sixth night for free.
  2. Scrub Island Resort & Spa – Guests can enjoy even more luxury when they book five nights and receive two nights free, along with a $500 resort credit
  3. Necker Belle – Explore the Caribbean in style aboard Richard Branson’s luxury catamaran, the Necker Belle, which sleeps up to 12 guests. Guests who charter the Necker Belle for seven nights can enjoy a free night onboard.

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