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    Lucky you! The Baths on Virgin Gorda are neat, both under and above water. Fun to climb over and around the giant boulders. Just get there early or late in the day to avoid day trippers. Restaurants ... I've not found anything stellar, but The Bitter End is just fine. over 7 years ago

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    Fun! Jost van dyke has one of the most beautiful beaches on white bay along with some great bars along the beach including the famous Foxys! The baths at Virgin Gorda are a must see, I only ate at a few restaurants but the one that I loved most was The Last Resort on Bellame Key at Trellis Bay everything we had was delicious, across the bay is where they celebrate the full moon party. There was a fun bar called Willy Ts at The Bight on Norman island, it is a floating barge and looks like a pirate ship so it was a fun experience over 7 years ago

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    The Little Sisters islands, like Peter's Island or Norman's Island. Be sure to stop at Cooper's Island for lunch! over 7 years ago

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    Lucky you. The BVIs are my favorite place on earth.
    -Jost Van Dyke- Foxys (wednesday night bbq) and Soggy Dollar Bar, beautiful beach
    -Norman Island- The Pirate Bar and Willie Ts, and snorkel there at the Indians and the Caves
    -The Baths at Virgin Gorda are very nice to explore and snorkel
    -Peter Island beaches are beautiful and a great/calm place to swim
    There are wonderful little shack bars and places to eat all over the BVIs. It's wonderful just to wonder in and out of them all and talk with the locals and other roaming souls passing thru. over 7 years ago

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    0h Boy! Forget Foxy's (expensive, over-hyped)..and for sure do a night at the Bight at Norman Island, but forget Willie T (rusty bucket for drunks with no social skills)...plot a course to Anegada, but grill steaks or fish on deck..forget the shore side restaurants...above all do ome sailing and don't drive your cat or mono around like a tugboat. Enjoy! over 7 years ago

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