Get soggy on Jost Van Dyke

The Soggy Dollar Bar located at White Bay on Jost Van Dyke is legendary.  Boats have to anchor off shore at White Bay, leaving the only option to swim to shore — which means you will literally have soggy dollars in your pockets, because sadly drinks on this beach don’t come free.  We hear you can stay dry by taking the ferry, but what would be the fun in that?

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Swimming to shore on Jost Van Dyke

The crescent of soft white sand and clear aqua blue waters at White Bay is absolute perfection, and oh the painkillers aren’t bad here either.  Rumor has it these are the originals!

Get back to nature on Necker Island

If you’re able to shell out $27,000 you can rent a villa on this private island owned by billionaire Richard Branson.  But if you’re like the rest of us, you can visit for just an afternoon and ogle at Richard’s island playground and all the lucky animals that get to live here.


Take a bath on Virgin Gorda

No, not a real bath.  But you’ll want to spend the better part of a day exploring the huge formations and rock pools at “the Baths” on Virgin Gorda.

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Take a dip in “the baths”



Find hidden treasure on Norman Island

Rumor has it there’s hidden treasure on Norman Island, but we came for the snorkeling.  The caves off of Treasure Point were a ton of run to explore, with brightly colored corals of every hue.  Bring a flashlight to shine so that you can fully experience all that this great snorkel spot has to offer.