Baths of Virgin Gorda

The Baths of Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands is part of a collection of boulders, tunnels, grottoes and ladders connecting several beaches on the island. Hike from one beach to the next in your swimsuit and flip-flops, enjoying the gorgeous views at each. The teal water is cool and refreshing all year round and the sand is white as snow. Volcanic eruptions and eroded granite led to the formation of such a gorgeous, adventurous place. Due to its unique nature, few travelers make the trek to this beach, leaving it safe from human pollution and giving it an air of exclusivity. The Baths of Virgin Gorda will supply you with an experience you will never forget.

Getting There

There are no direct flights from the U.S. to these islands so you will fly into Cyril E. King Airport on St. Thomas or to Puerto Rico, Antigua, or St. Maarten. Whichever airport you choose, you will then need to take a ferry from your respective island to Virgin Gorda. After you’ve arrived on the island you can take a taxi, bus or rental car to the beach.