The Baths, Devil’s Bay and Spring Bay:
This trio of beautiful beaches is part of the BVI National Parks System. With its
majestic boulders and lovely sea pools, The Baths has become one of the BVI’s
most popular attractions.
Little Fort National Park:
A 36-acre wildlife sanctuary east of the Yacht Harbour, Little Harbour also
contains the remains of a Spanish fort.
The ruins of a 19th century sugar plantation are on the grounds of the Nail Bay
The small national park is located on a windswept hill and contains the
remains of a copper mine operated by Cornish miners between 1838 and 1867.
Gorda Peak National Park:
At 1,500 feet this national park is the island’s highest point, and features a
variety of indigenous and exotic plant life.
Known as a sailor’s playground, this sheltered area at Virgin Gorda’s eastern
end, has several well-known resorts, restaurants, water sports facilities and
small marine museum at Saba Rock.