On the water
Some of the smaller British Virgin Islands have creative names like Fallen Jerusalem, George Dog, Prickly Pear or Ginger, all making for story-filled island hopping experiences on the 68’ foot vessel, Xanadu.

Peer through the glass bottom kayaks and enjoy a window into the marine life below.

Paddle surfing is an emerging global sport with a Hawaiian heritage. It is a great way to get fit, explore the neighbouring bays and surf the ocean

Every good fisherman knows you have to go where the fish are – and the British Virgin Islands surround you with them. Whether you’re offshore hooking into a trophy marlin or wahoo or you’re combing the shallows fly-fishing for world-class bonefish or tarpon, local guides always know where the fish are biting.

Virgin Gorda is close to one of the few world renowned and best sports’ fishing areas in the world, the “North Drop”, where boats from around the world come together in the summer for hours of fun and a variety of tournaments.
Deep-sea fishing is available throughout the year.