Anegada, British Virgin Islands is quiet.

Untouched Exquisite Anegada

We had grabbed our bags to board our flight from Anegada when a calf sauntered across the fenced airport runway. Emergency staff climbed in a yellow fire truck and drove down the runway to chase the calf away. The staff herded the calf to the other side, not needing to power-wash him with a firehose. That was excitement on laid-back Anegada, where about 250 people reside on … Continue reading Untouched Exquisite Anegada

Photos of Virgin Gorda Designed Around Boulders

Virgin Gorda’s homes, landscapes and roads are designed around granite boulders. According to BVI Welcome, these boulders were formed about 50 million years ago through a process that pushed slabs of molten rock up from the ocean floor. The cooling of the rock and weathering caused them to contract, crack and pock making each one unique.       Continue reading Photos of Virgin Gorda Designed Around Boulders

Virgin Gorda International Airport in the British Virgin Islands

Why We Like Virgin Gorda

Our top 16 reasons we visit Virgin Gorda, BVI. 1) Customs and immigration usually take less than ten minutes. 2) Crowds are limited: Cruise ships must anchor and shuttle passengers on tenders. Only small planes and helicopters can land on the airport runway. 3) Take off, landing, and flying in a small plane is an adventure, and occasionally you can copilot. 4) Locals greet travelers … Continue reading Why We Like Virgin Gorda