Travel & Transport

MOORINGS & ANCHORAGES

In order for sailors to enjoy the many beautiful sites both above and below the water, The BVI National Parks Trust has installed over 200 mooring buoys (surface buoys attached to stainless steel pins set in bedrock) for day-time use…

Marinas

Marinas on Tortola and Virgin Gorda have facilities to accommodate long-term regulars, transients, mega-yachts and live-aboards.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The following measures are to be adhered to by all non-British Virgin Islanders entering the Territory: Bona fide visitors may be granted entry for up to one month at the ports of entry, provided that they possess return (or ongoing)…

ARRIVING BY SEA

Ports of Entry: Tortola—Road Town and West End, Jost Van Dyke—Great Harbour and Virgin Gorda—St. Thomas Bay and Gun Creak. All entering vessels must clear in with BVI Customs and Immigration immediately upon arrival into the territory, and retain a…

Arriving By Air

Connecting airports surround the BVI, making arrivals and departures an easy part of your travel itinerary. When travelling to the BVI, there are no direct flights from the USA, Canada, Europe, or South America to the British Virgin Islands’ main…

TRAVEL & TRANSPORT

Planes fly high, touching down from the light blue sky while ships chart their course over the deep blue sea.