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The top attractions and things to do in the Caribbean, BVI, and Beyond!

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Exploring The Caves at Norman Island

Nestled in the beautiful waters of the British Virgin Islands (BVI), lies Norman Island, a place steeped in legend and mystery. Among its many attractions, The caves at Norman Island stand out as an intriguing destination, offering visitors a glimpse into the island's fascinating past and natural beauty. The History of the Caves at Norman Island A Journey Inside the Caves Snorkeling outside The Caves at Norman Island Embracing The…
Caitie Rosko
March 8, 2024
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Best Yachting Locations: A Voyage Through the Caribbean

Exploring the Exquisite Waters of the British Virgin Islands US Virgin Islands: A relaxing Paradise Historical Havens: Exploring the Rich History of the USVI The Bahamas Anchoring in the Secluded Coves of the Bahamas Saint Martin's Charm: A Dual-Nation Yachting Experience Immerse yourself in the Caribbean's best yachting locations. The Caribbean boasts some of the world's most spectacular yachting locations, each offering its unique blend of charm, adventure, and relaxation.…
Dustin Lack
February 12, 2024
Foxys Bar Entrance
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The Legend of Foxy’s Tamarind Bar | Jost Van Dyke

A Foundation Built Upon Charisma & Music The Founding of Foxy's Tamarind Bar was in 1968 by Philicianno "Foxy" Callwood— a charismatic local musician and entrepreneur.  In the shade of a Tamarind Tree, Foxy set up a bar for welcoming sailors to his island home.  Quick with a song, joke, or story, Foxy's charming personality helped make it a beloved gathering place for visitors and island residents alike.  For over…
Sara Nelson
December 6, 2023
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Saba Rock | An Island All Its Own

The truly unique and tiny island of Saba Rock offers big hospitality A one-acre slice of paradise, Saba Rock is situated in the North Sound right between Virgin Gorda and Prickly Pear in the British Virgin Islands. It is known for its beautiful natural surroundings, crystal-clear waters, and popular restaurant and bar that offers a unique dining experience.  History Saba Rock's origin dates back to the 1960s and was put…
Sara Nelson
November 18, 2023
Windmill Bar Sunset
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The Windmill Bar | Hilltop Crown Jewel of St John

Experience the Caribbean's Best Kept Secret at The Windmill Bar - Enjoy the Best Sunset View in the Virgin Islands. Scenic Views The first thing I want you to know is the Windmill Bar has the most STUNNING sunset views of our bright orange ball burning bright on the horizon as it dips behind the neighboring island, St Thomas. It is the kind of sunset that gives you goosebumps and…
Sara Nelson
November 4, 2023
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The Baths | Swim Through the Cathedral to Cleanse Your Body, Mind, and Spirit

A Geological Masterpiece Situated on the Southern tip of Virgin Gorda are The Baths. A natural wonder to experience as a visitor on your private luxury yacht charter. Imagine arriving on this picturesque island, where azure waters meet white sandy beaches, massive boulders form tidal pools, and lush green foliage frames it all together. You'll find yourself at one of the most stunning geological formations in the Caribbean. Arrival by…
Sara Nelson
October 24, 2023
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The Willy T | Dive Site

The Orignal Legendary Bar Lives On After Hurricanes Irma & Maria The Willy T Dive Site, short for William Thornton, is a world-famous floating bar and restaurant located in the British Virgin Islands. It was named after a British-American physician who was also an inventor, painter, and architect who designed the United States Capitol. The original vessel was built as a private yacht in the 1930s. It was later converted into…
Studio Misfits
May 9, 2023
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The Infamous Wreck of the RMS Rhone

The Wreck of the Rhone: An Eerie Piece of Underwater Virgin Islands History and One of the Most Popular Wreck Dives in the Caribbean The History (Boring Bit) The RMS Rhone was a UK Royal Mail Ship owned by the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company. The Rhone took two long years to build, then set sail for her maiden voyage in October 1865. She was 310ft in length and 41…
Caitie Rosko
April 25, 2022
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