Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Tortola, the largest island of the British Virgin Islands, is a peaceful getaway for nature lovers. Tortola is Spanish for "Land of the Turtle Dove," so named for the shape of the island. Characterized by rugged mountain peaks, white-sand beaches, banana trees and clusters of palms, this sailor's paradise has a distinct nautical charm and West Indian flavor.
Largest city on the island and the capital of the British Virgin Islands, Road Town features a scenic harbor, historic site of the government, Main Street shopping area, and Wickham's Cay, a town center activity project.
Sage Mountain National Park
Located more than 1,700 ft. above sea level, this park features the British Virgin Islands' highest peak and trails that lead through a primeval rainforest overlooking neighboring islets.
Virgin Gorda Baths
The Baths at Virgin Gorda or Fat Virgin is known for its quiet coves, huge granite rocks, and lush grottos filled with sea water, where swimmers refresh in hidden pools.
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