Beach Feature: British Virgin Islands

Our favourite magazine, Condé Nast Traveller, has us hanging on every word with their latest recommendation. It is what they describe as unfussy and laid-back and that is a perfect match for our KAUAI ways. Ain’t nobody got time for fussy, especially not us!

This Beach Feature takes us to the British Virgin Islands (BVI) of the Caribbean. CNT talks about rum bars and beach shacks and rickety taxis that rattle you along dirt roads. It’s simple and rustic and a place you need to visit before the high-rollers move in.

The BVI consist of the main islands of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost Van Dyke, along with over fifty other smaller islands and cays. A cay is a low bank or reef of coral, rock or sand. Yes, we had to look it up. Only about 15 of the islands are inhabited, how wonderful and close to nature, and the biggest island is only 20km long x 5 km wide.

It sounds like paradise!

But enough of this chit-chat, it’s a picture that speaks a thousand words…

Read more here.

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