BVI Holidays, British Virgin Islands

Uploaded by kenwoodtravel on 21.05.2012

The stunning archipelago that are the British Virgin Islands make for a sublime caribbean
getaway.Known as natures little secrets -Some islands are completely uninhabited, some have
only a single bar, and others are littered with tiny coves and shipwrecks to explore.
Here in the BVI's you will find one of the few places in the world where you can have
an island entirely to yourself. For the perfect romantic holiday spend a secluded week at
the exclusive Peter Island Resort and Spa, the sole occupant of this unspoilt island.
Virgin Gorda island is home to Biras Creek, a unique chateaux style resort popular with
couples. Just around the corner you will find the Bitter End Yacht Club, a larger family-friendly
resort with excellent sailing facilities. if it is miles of white sand on your doorstep
that you are after, the Long Bay Beach Resort will be sure to satisfy.
Wherever you stay, boat transfers and excursions make it easy to explore the entire archipelago,
and with such a wealth of natural wonders, there is no telling what you might discover.
The calm turquoise waters are ideal for diving and snorkelling; the stunning coral gardens
are abundant with marine life and the wreck dives are a fascinating experience.
If you want to learn to sail, then there is no better place to do so. There are plenty
of sailing schools, and with its extensive facilities you can enjoy the serene waters
whatever your level of experience. Of course you could go it alone on a bareboat
charter, or you can lay back and relax whilst a crewed yacht sails you through these stunning
islands. for the more adventurous, there are a wide range of watersports activities, including
windsurfing and kite-boarding. All the hotels provide lessons and courses to suit every
level, so you will be a pro before you know it. And if you decide to spend a little time
out of the water you won't be short of activities. Horse-riding, cycling and hiking, are all
great ways to explore these islands and their unique wildlife.
One of the most famous sights in the BVI's are The Baths on Virgin Gorda. explore the
rock pools and hidden passageways leading you from beach to beach. These giant boulders
are best seen at sunset or sunrise for a truly magical experience.
Unspolit and secluded let Kenwood travel take you away to the ultimate in barefoot and hideaway