The most popular Island in the British Virgin Island is Jost Van Dyke. This island offers what the Caribbean is all about. With only 200 full time residents, untouched white powder sand beaches, family owned restaurants, swim up bars and a small town feeling. Foxy’s restaurant and bar is world known for its New Years Eve party. In fact, it’s the number one event in the whole Caribbean for New Year’s Eve. To top it off, go to white bay where the famous Soggy Dollar bar is located. They are the creators of the famous “Painkiller” drink.

Nearby by must see:

Sandy Spit, British Virgin Islands

A remote naturally made spit of sand with a unique topography. It measures less than half an acre in size, and consists entirely of a ring of sandy beach surrounding light foliage. the southwest corner when a swell is not present snorkeling is amazing. One of the corona beer commercials was filmed here and many professional photo shoots.

Sandy Cay, British Virgin Islands

Sandy Cay is an uninhabited island of the British Virgin Islands. A must see
and what a jewel it is. Waves curl onto it’s perfectly shaped, white powder sand beach in an endless caress. Not a building in sight. Great snorkeling. Your private eden.

Sydney Peace and Love Bar and Restaurant

This is the spot if your looking for a “local” restaurant/bar. Owned and operated by six sisters and mom. Here they have a ” honor bar” where you are your own bartender and you pour your own drinks. For lunch, you can indulge your self and with a choice of your own fresh lobster from a tank under the dock.

Jost Van Dyke, BVI