Tortola

Bustling island with a rich history

Tortola

Bustling island with a rich history

Tortola

Bustling island with rich history

Powdery white sand beaches, lush green mountains and sheltered yacht-filled harbours characterize the island of Tortola, the largest and main island of the British Virgin Islands.Discover Tortola's history with a visit to the Lower Estate Sugar Works Museum,Fort Burt, Mount Healthy Windmill, Callwood's Rum Distillery, JR O'Neal Botanic Gardens, Old Government House Museum and VI Folk Museum.Swim or stroll the secluded palm-fringed white sands of dozens of beaches, including Apple Bay, Brewer's Bay, Smuggler's Cove,Long Bay Beach, Elizabeth Beach, and Josiah's Bay Beach to name but a few.Culinary enjoyment on Tortola is an experience. Enjoy a four-star dinner in a converted sugar grinder or a special meal in a pastel-colored cottage to sample local delicacies. Variety in dishes such as fresh lobster, shellfish, spicy goat curry, Johnny Cakes or West Indian roti offer a delicious taste experience.

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