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Top 10 places for travel & vacation in British Virgin Islands.

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1.Anguilla
Anguilla is an island that is covered with sandy beaches of white coral sand on the Virgin Islands. The average temperature is 27 degrees Celsius. In the fall, hurricanes are possible. Anguilla is a famous tourist and offshore center. Another part of the island's economy is catching lobsters, which can be tried at local restaurants.
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2.Spring Bay
Spring Bay National Park is one of the most beautiful beaches of the Virgin Islands. Spring Bay is a protected area, the marine life here is fantastic. This makes it an excellent place for scuba diving. The entrance to the park is free. You will find many restaurants in the vicinity. Nearby are: Devil Bay National Park, Copper Mines, Little Fort National Park, Small Fortress Ruins, Maritime Museum, Josia Bay Plantation, Old Methodist Church.
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3.Tortola
Tortola - the largest and most populated island of the archipelago of Virginia. The island is famous for its white sand beaches: Long Bay, Brewer's Bay, Josiah's Bay, Lambert Bay and Apple Bay. Where you can sunbathe, swim, scuba diving and much more. Also be sure to visit the Sage Mountain Park and the Joseph Reynold O'Neal Botanic Gardens.
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4.Virgin Gorda
Virgin Gorda - the third largest island in the British Virgin Islands, an area of ​​21 square kilometers. Swimming and snorkeling, as well as bouldering are the main attractions. Attractions for visitors are unusual geological formations in the south-west, known as Baths, which show the volcanic origin of the island. The island is a popular place for sailors, so there are several marinas. It should also be noted the ruins of the old copper mine, which was exploited in the middle of the 19th century in the southeast of the island.
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5.Peter Island
Peter Island is an island in the British Virgin Islands. Peter Island is the largest private island in the British Virgin Islands. The largest beach is the Dead Bay named after dead pirates thrown out on the coast. Peter is the largest island of the British Virgin Islands, which is a private domain and the fifth largest of the 60 islands. The only hotel, the 52-room resort of Peter Island. The island is mostly undeveloped, but it contains pedestrian and bicycle routes. The beaches are in the Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean Sea and the canal of Sir Francis Drake.
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6.Necker Island
Necker Island - an island in the Atlantic Ocean, belongs to the British Virgin Islands. The area of the island is about 0.3 km2. The highest point on the island is 84 m above sea level; The island is located 190 km east of Puerto Rico. All the land on the island belongs to Richard Branson, famous for his Virgin brand. The island operates as a resort and can accommodate up to 34 guests, with an extra room for children. Although the island and the private - all the beaches up to the water are open to the public.
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7.Devils Bay
Devils Bay - a beach area consisting of unique geological formations and one of the main tourist attractions of the Virgin Islands. Granite boulders which are full on the beach have a volcanic origin. Since 1990, there is a national park.
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8.Cooper Island
Cooper Island - is a small island in the British Virgin Islands. There is a small resort and beach club. The island is near the places of shipwrecks and diving. The island is located next to the "steep alley", a popular dive site. A local dive shop near the beach club rents a tank for certified divers. Cooper Island is a popular stop for yachts, group tours.
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9.Norman Island
Norman Island - is one of the islands in the southern part of the British Virgin Islands. Norman Island has many caves, hidden bays, and sunken ships, many tourists are still exploring them in the hope of finding a treasure. There is also a beach club Pirates Bight. The bar and restaurant ship Willy T is located in The Bight, a popular place for sailors, which sometimes offers an entertainment program.
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10.Beef Island
Beef Island is an island owned by the British Virgin Islands. On the island there is an international airport Terrence B. The island is located to the east of Tortola, which is connected to it by the bridge of Queen Elizabeth. The Trellis Bay is located to the east of the airport. Tallis Bay is a small town that has a market, a restaurant, a cafeteria, a local craft and a beach.
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