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The British Virgin Islands and Antigua Multi Centre

Visit the Caribbean's most opulent and romantic islands,combining one of the world's most popular sailing destinations with the beach haven of Antigua. Arriving to the British Virgin Islands is like entering a new world, bright blue skies, private islands and super yachts gliding across the glittering seas. Leave the stresses of life behind and spend a glorious week hopping between the 60 magical islands soaking up the magnificent views. The service is second to none and no request is too small, share a champagne picnic on your very own private beach and relax on the deck or a luxury sailboat with a cocktail whilst watching the sunset.Making memories is easy in the BVI, but why stop here? Just a short flight away is Antigua,famed for its exquisite, flawless beaches. Spend a few days recharging your batteries, topping up your tan and selecting keepsakes in St John's duty free shops, where the pastel painted buildings line the waterfront.

14 days
Private basis, Self-Guided
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Trip highlights

  • Humpback whale watching from April to November in the BVI
  • Desserted beaches and uninhibated islands
  • Romantic sunset cruises and beach dining
  • Easy to hop between islands

Life's a beach in Antigua, but the beach is only the beginning.

Scattered along the otherwise flawless coastline are the ruins of British forts, whilst the capital, St John's is home to pastel painted wooden houses. Head south to Shirley Heights for the island's biggest weekly party, 'Jump Up' and dip beneath the waves off the coast of the tiny uninhabited islet of Prickly Pear. Alternatively, stretch outon a sun lounger surrounded byperfect white sands and the sparkling Caribbean sea.

With regular ferries between the islandsThe British Virgin Islands beg to be explored, each with something different to offer.

In Tortolathe capital,Road Town has an eclectic mix of bars and restaurants and is the most populated island. Virgin Gorda, named the 'Fat Virgin' by Christopher Columbus, has natural tidal pools known as 'The Baths' and a lush mountain forest. Whilst Jost Van Dyke, named after a Dutch pirateer, is an island stuck in time, with the beach acting as the main road!