The Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office has updated its travel advice for a number of destinations, potentially clearing the way for the restart of travel.
The British Virgin Islands has announced the country will reopen its borders on December 1st. The move was confirmed by premier and minister of finance, Andrew Fahie, earlier.
Uninhabited islands, pristine beach coves, authentic local cuisine and some of the best sailing routes in the world – these are just a few of the highlights on offer as small-group adventure operator, G Adventures, re-launches their sailing tours in the British Virgin Islands.
Visitors to the British Virgin Islands are being advised an environmental and tourism levy of $10.00 will be collected on arrival at the ports of entry from September 1st.
British Virgin Islands premier Orlando Smith has announced the appointment of Sharon Flax-Mars as director of tourism for the destination in a press briefing held earlier. Flax-Mars is a veteran tourism and hospitality professional with over 25 years of experience.
Ophir PR has announced its appointment as the UK public relations firm for the British Virgin Islands Tourist Board. The destination is a secluded group of over 60 exquisite islands and cays and is surprisingly still one of the world’s best kept secrets.
BTN talks to Hadassah Ward, Director of Tourism, British Virgin Islands at ITB Berin 2011
For couples seeking the ultimate in privacy, seclusion and stunning views, yet with quick access to beaches, restaurants, transportation and other amenities, the Turtle Dove Lodge in Tortola is a vacation opportunity to strongly consider. Part of the new British Virgin Islands Intimate Hideaways, Charming Cottages, Inns, Hotels and Villas reservations program, this three-cottage lodge stands 250 feet above sea level and has at least 100 feet of hilly topography between each unit.