Domestic– explore the waters around Saint Thomas/Saint John including snorkeling off the barrier islands.
Experience some of the most popular spots including:
o Saint John’s Watermelon Cay or Salt Pond Bay for some of the best snorkeling in the National Park;
o A Saint Thomas day trip can include a beach bar stop at the gorgeous Honeymoon Beach on Water Island; or
o Hans Lollick, a deserted island off the north shore of Saint Thomas where you can play castaway on huge coconut palm fringed white sandy beaches.
International– explore the waters of the British Virgin Islands.
Plan your day trip to include amazing snorkeling at the Caves or Indians and a fabulous lunch stop at:
o Pirates Bight on Norman Island -- the island that was the inspiration for Robert Luis Stevenson's Treasure Island;
o The famous Willy T. a floating pirate ship nearby Norman Island;
o Peter Island's luxurious private island resort the Deadman's Beach Bar and Grill; or consider a stop at
o Scrub Island Resort, off Tortola, for lunch right on the pool deck with a swimming pool and water slide for the kids.
o Taboo on the Eastern end of Jost Van Dyke for lunch with a visit to the bubbly pools, a short walk away, and or a short hop over to Sandy Cay and Sandy Spit.
Other interesting stops include the Baths where you can walk a trail thru the bolders and swim or snorkel in the grotto
International trips entail Customs’ fees -- base rates are $40pp. Entering the national parks of the BVI, places such as the Baths, Sandy Cay, the Indians, or Caves, cost an additional $5 pp bringing Customs’ to $45pp. Returning to US waters, we must stop in Saint John to pay a port authority fee which must be paid directly by the customer in either cash or credit. This averages around $6pp depending on holidays, etc.