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Best things to do in Virgin Gorda

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Establishment
“Take the nature trail to the beach on a Virgin Gorda day trip. The stones are undiscovered by many and is said to be one the many hidden wonders of the world. Featured in many magazines, experience a clear beach take a crawl into the cave and chill in the nature's pool. Although frequented by tourist, I guarntee you will enjoy this beach. Be sure that your cellphones are charged for lots of memorable moments.”
15local recommendations
Restaurant
“Coco Maya is one of Virgin Gorda's premier restaurants. It is beach front with dancing on the beach Friday nights, Karaoke on Sunday nights and lots of special events. It is everyone's favorite!”
5local recommendations
Natural Feature
“Take a hike on a nature trail to Savannah Bay, one of the most stunning beaches in the BVI. After lunch, sail to Eustatia Sound where you can explore the paradise around Bitter End Yacht Club ”
2local recommendations
Park
“Although volcanism accounts for much of the Virgin Islands, The Baths was formed by granite that eroded into piles of boulders on the beach. The boulders form natural tidal pools, tunnels, arches, and scenic grottoes that are open to the sea. ”
3local recommendations
BBQ Joint
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“Best BBQ on island coupled with one of the best views from the top of the mountain.”
2local recommendations
Trail
“Highest point on Virgin Gorda. Experience beautiful views of Tortola and St. Croix”
2local recommendations
Establishment
“North Sound itself including Leverick Bay, a Pussers Resort, Biras Creek for a more sophisticated, formal dinner”
3local recommendations
Miscellaneous Shop
2local recommendations
Restaurant
“Another nearby restaurant and piano bar, great food! Note, the restaurant is nearer to Bigger Splash (pin is in the wrong place)”
1local recommendations
Point of Interest
“Was mined by the Cornish miners. Remains of the chimney, boiler house and mine shafts became a scenery for all to know about. ”
1local recommendations
Restaurant
2local recommendations
Natural Feature
“A short motor or sail up the North Sound takes you past Necker Island where you can snorkel and explore as far as the high water mark. Then sail to Muskmellon Bay on Guana Island, where you can hike”
2local recommendations
Administrative Area Level 1
“Saba Rock Bar, and a few resorts, hiking. swimming, exploring , paddle baording”
1local recommendations
Travel Agency
“A cross between SCUBA and Snorkeling...but no certification required. Great for all ages! ”
1local recommendations
Natural Feature