I am searching for a cheap place to stay in Anegada. This remote little island in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) appears to be off the beaten track. I'm quite used to roughing it. Nonetheless, I am uncomfortable showing up via ferry here if I don't have an affordable place to stay. Any ideas, suggestions, etc? I'm looking to spend less than $100 per night (for two people).
I'm looking for someone who knows the BVI's pretty well and can help me out. I am planning a trip there in November this year but i'm on a budget. I know there are a couple of campsites like Ivan's and Brewers but is it possible to camp on any of the other smaller islands? Ideally i'm looking for an uninhabited island to set up a hammock for my girlfriend and I for a night or two. I know there are national parks where i'm guessing camping isn't allowed but are there any places that…
Persons from foreign countries, including within the Caribbean, who are holders of United States, Canadian and United Kingdom (UK) visas, will no longer need to have a BVI visa to enter the Territory.... it's for anyone who is entering the Territory, whether for work or otherwise.
...the new policy was taken to Cabinet for approval and is to be approved shortly.
Thinking of heading down to the BVI's solo from Feb 14-20. I'm planning to do some fly fishing for a few days on Anegada, but wouldn't mind meeting up on another island for a few days as well. Male - 30's. My schedule is pretty open. Anyone going to be there at this time?
Has anyone been to Tortola recently and has been to dolphin discovery? If so, what are the photo packages there and some things I can buy?
Also, anyone who is against dolphins in captivity, please don't respond because I am not against it, and will not be changing my mind..
Originally i planned to go to the BVI through Puerto Rico on the 6th of January, but as i will do a Dive Master Internship there, and stay for a total of 115 days, i do not have time to get a B-2 tourist visa, as the VWP probably isn't gonna cut it.
I'm therefore looking into getting there through a different airport, and fell across Antigua. I can go there for roughly the same price, and then fly to Tortola via. St Kitts & Nevis.
What i need help with here is: Will this work for…
My wife and I will be in Tortola for 6 weeks starting mid-December. Let us know if you want to meet for coffee.
We are also interested in doing some volunteering while there.
Anyone traveling solo in BVI's...bring medical records with, and have a designated person back home in case of emergency. Recently sailed with friends on our charter boat, and one friend had a medical emergency and died. Next of kin not available to id him, we were finally given permission to do so after one week. After 2+ weeks, they still have not performed an autopsy. Not a pretty subject to talk about, but beware when traveling here, especially without next of kin. I have taken many trips…