A British overseas territory and a part of the British West Indies, the British Virgin Islands (BVI) is located about 60 miles east of Puerto Rico. The BVI is an excellent collection of 60 gorgeous tropical islands in the northeastern Caribbean. The plentiful and majestic natural locations of this island country are a must-visit tourist destination, offering stunning picturesque islands, numerous recreational activities and friendly people. This Boating capital of the Caribbean has its own special character, legends, beauty, culture and history. The Virgin Islands archipelago has many islands and Tortola is the main island, whereas, Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke and Anegada are other islands.
Tortola is a major island among the group of islands of BVI, offering verdant green mountains, powdery white-sand beaches and a sheltered yacht-filled harbor. There are many quiet coves, safe anchorages, yacht clubs and luxury resorts at Virgin Gorda, which attracts honeymooners and enthusiastic tourists from all over the World. Jost Van Dyke is the smallest of the four important islands where tourism is flourished and offers amazing watersports activities. Another popular destination here is Anegada, which is the only coral atoll island in the Virgin Islands chain of islands. Sandy beaches, striking coral reefs and Horseshoe Reef are some of the striking features this island.