Jost Van Dyke
Jost Van Dyke lies to the North of Tortola. With a population of only 200 the island remains relatively unspoiled. The largest settlement is Great Harbour, which is also a port of entry into the BVI.
The island sports a lifestyle of a Caribbean Gilligan’s Island. This rustic and laid back isle is a wonderful beach odyssey. Its casual beach bars, mountainous terrain and awesome beaches are spectacular.
The only access to Jost Van Dyke is via a 20-minute ferry from West End, Tortola or by yacht or boat.
Natures Little Secrets
A perennial delight to yachtsmen and landlubbers alike, some 60 islands of the BVI have succeeded in safeguarding their special charm from the inroads of mass tourism. However, the secret is out as an increasing number of escapists discover this ancient archipelagoes many natural advantages, from sanctuaries for exotic fauna and flora to fabulous fishing and dive sites.
Among the most frequently visited of the BVI’s handful of inhabited islands are Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Beef Island, Anegada, Jost Van Dyke, Peter, Mosquito and Guana Islands. All of these lilting place names reflect idyllic sites for unwinding, wriggling your toes in the sand and absorbing the tranquil pleasures of sunshine and sapphire seas.