British Virgin Islands
Located in the crystal blue waters of the Caribbean, the British Virgin Islands is comprised of four main islands and over 50 other smaller islands and cays. Take a scuba diving or snorkeling excursion and explore the underwater coral reef caves, marine life or shipwreck off the coast of Salt Island. Enjoy a wide range of water sports from surfing to kayaking to swimming with the dolphins. Hike to the top of Sage Mountain for breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea. Indulge in gourmet cuisines and local culinary creations.
Things You Should Know
|Time Zone:||AST (no DST)|
|Entry Requirements:||Valid passport or WHTI-compliant documentation|
|Best Times to Visit:||November through May|
British Virgin Islands Honeymoons
Whether you're honeymooning in a hotel resort, villa or private island, the romantic charms and timeless elegance of these British archipelago islands won't disappoint. Accommodations vary by island, but most properties offer luxurious honeymoon packages and amenities. Everything from a beachside couples massage to a special rose petal turndown service to your very own chef, pool and butler is possible here.
Destination Weddings in British Virgin Islands
Say "I do" on the beach as the surf kisses the shore and the sun sets below the sparkling water. Or, use lush jungle and amazing flora and fauna as your backdrop. Many of the resorts and hotels offer wedding packages, including the services of a wedding coordinator.
Climate & Weather
The British Virgin Islands have subtropical climate with very little variation between seasons. Depending on the island, there is usually very little rainfall. Hurricane season starts in June and ends in November. No matter what time you choose to travel, you'll enjoy warm temperatures and cooling sea breezes!