Stunning beauty, relaxed sailing and endless activities surround you in the British Virgin Islands. Trust the trade winds to carry you to whatever you’re looking for: crystal clear waters, boulder-formed caves and picture-perfect beaches combine with oceanfront resorts and restaurants to provide sailors with a colorful wealth of welcomes. Easy deep-water island-hops, consistent breezes, line-of-sight navigation in protected waters and numerous anchorages for evenings ashore make this the ideal island paradise for less experienced sailors or those who simply want a more relaxed vacation. Each morning we set sail to an exciting new day sailing to our next destination, an amazing way to experience the beauty of the Caribbean, sun drenched activities, relaxing atmosphere and the history of pirates that roamed these seas long ago.
TRIP TYPE: Adventure
ACTIVITY LEVEL: Easy
TRIP LENGTH: 7 days/6 nights
SPACES AVAILABLE: 6
4600 – Catamaran
- 4 passengers from $6,000/person*
- 6 passengers from $4,000/person*
4800 – Catamaran
- 4 passengers from $6,100/person*
- 6 passengers from $4,100/person*
51.4 – Catamaran
- 4 passengers from $5,500/person*
- 6 passengers from $3,700/person*
*All prices based on double occupancy
TREK TIPS: COMING SOON!
- Depart Road Town for Cooper Island, arriving early enough to pick up an overnight mooring ball at Manchoneel Bay
- Dinghy ashore and enjoy the sandy beach, snorkeling and restaurant on the beach
- 5 nautical miles to Baths; 9 nautical miles to North Sound
- Head for Virgin Gorda, stopping at the Baths for a swim and walk through the rock formations, leaving early enough to get up to the North Sound for your next anchorage
- Possibly stopping at the Dogs to snorkel and have lunch
- Once up at the North Sound, there are plenty of overnight mooring balls and anchorages to choose from
- Enjoy a variety of restaurants, water sports, diving, snorkeling or even an island tour
- Sail from North Sound to Marina Cay or Trellis Bay
- There is good snorkeling at either anchorage
- Cruisers may be interested in a book called “Our Island” by Rob White, telling how he and his wife built their house, a portion of which still stands on Marina Cay
- Sail over to Jost Van Dyke, stopping at Sandy Cay en route
- Spend the night at Little Harbour or Great Harbour
- Great Harbour is the home of Foxy’s, the famous restaurant and beach bar.
- Sail on to Norman Island (the caves and the Indians)
- Spend the night in The Bight, at anchor or on a mooring ball
- Visit the “Willie T” (the William Thornton), a converted lumber schooner which is now a floating restaurant, or go ashore to Pirates Bight beachside
- We will be back for your international flight home from Tortola Airport
HUMAN OUTREACH PROJECT
One of World Wide Trekking’s founding principles is giving back to the places we travel. Through our sister non-profit, Human Outreach Project, we are making a difference in lives around the globe, and connecting trekkers with voluntourism opportunities in local communities.
Although we don’t have projects in this part of the world, there are always opportunities to get involved and find a meaningful way to engage with the local community. We would love to talk to you about custom voluntourism and humanitarian opportunities that you can incorporate into your WWTrek trip. The find out more, go to HumanOutreachProject.org or contact us.