Tortola, the hub of the British Virgin Islands is thronged by tourists as much for its pristine beaches as for its banks and buildings. With more than 60 islands and cays an aerial tour is perhaps the best way to experience the grandeur of BVI. The city also has a great nightlife and you can watch it come alive while you enjoy dinner at the Sky World Restaurant. If you prefer an encounter with nature, take a hike through sub-tropical rainforests ending with a stroll amidst the island’s unique flora and fauna at the botanical gardens. If you're hoping to get that gorgeous summer tan, do indulge in some lazy sunbathing on the beaches of Cane Garden Bay.
Cruise to Spanish Town for a tour of Virgin Gorda. Journey through the mountains on your way to the Coppermine ruins and stop by the Baths at Spring Bay, rumored to be former private bathing areas for the slaves that inhabited BVI in the 1700s.