Foxy’s Bar in Jost Van Dyke is no doubt the most famous beach bar in all of the British Virgin Islands. A haven for yachties from all around the world, it’s built entirely around seventh-generation Jost Van Dyke native Philicianno “Foxy” Callwood. Continue reading Foxy’s Bar Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands
Introducing the newest and the smallest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, Water Island. Although the quaint island was acquired by the USA in 1917 from Denmark, it continued to be owned by a corporation for several decades thereafter, and it was not until 1996 when it became a part of the U.S. Virgin Islands. It’s not uncommon for people to think that it’s just an extension of St. Thomas, with it sitting near Charlotte Amalie harbor– it’s not. Continue reading Water Island, U.S. Virgin Islands
Virgin Gorda is the third-largest and second most populous British Virgin Islands. Christopher Columbus is said to have christened the island as Virgin Gorda, or “Fat Virgin” because it looks like a lady lying on her side.
One of the tourist havens in Virgin Gorda is the unusual geologic formation known as “The Baths,” located on the southern end of the island. Continue reading Virgin Gorda and The Baths, British Virgin Islands