Travel By Fingertip...British Virgin Islands

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Points of Interest In Tortola
& Virgin Gorda

Tortola
Sage Mountain National Park
Now Government protected, this lush rainforest and national park offers a day of amazing beauty and tranquility. ADDRESS: Ridge Road, Tortola.
British Virgin Islands Folk Museum
Arawak Indian artifacts and relics from the British ship, RMS Rhone, which sank in the harbour in 1867. ADDRESS: Main St. J.R.
O'Neal Botanic Gardens
Lovely national park and the site for flower shows & special island events. ADDRESS: Station Ave., Ph: 494-4557.
Queen Elizabeth II Bridge
Connects Tortola with Beef Island, an enchanting locale well worth an afternoon's visit. ADDRESS: East End Village.
Virgin Gorda
The Baths
An intricate maze of grottoes and small pools - ideal for swimming & snorkeling. ADDRESS: off Lee Road.
Copper Mine Point
The ruins of a copper mine built by the Spanish some 400 years ago. Abetted by a green-colored sea and majestic jagged coastline. ADDRESS: Southeastern of the island.
Virgin Gorda Peak
The highest summit on the island. A rugged climb for the adventurous and fit. ADDRESS: Near South Sound.
Eustatia Sound
The Sound's prismatic and changing water colors reflect the magnificent coral reef. Nearby are Horseshoe Reef and the island of Anegada, where many sunken ships are located.