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Islands of the BVI

Information about the islands of the BVI (British Virgin Islands).

Tortola Island
Largest and most populated of the BVI islands.

Anegada Island
Second largest island in the BVI.

Virgin Gorda Island
Third largest island in the BVI.

Jost Van Dyke Island
About 3 square miles in size, making it the smallest of the four main VBI islands.

Cooper Island
- Wikipedia "Cooper Island" Article
- Cooper Island Beach Cottages
- Cooper Island Beach Club
- Quart-A-Nancy Point 3 Bedroom Vacation Rental

Frenchman's Cay
- Wikipedia "Frenchman's Cay" Article
- Frenchmans Hotel and Resort
- Soper's Hole Harbor / Jolly Roger Restaurant
- Bridge connected to Tortola

Guana Island
- Wikipedia "Guana Island" Article
- Guana Island Resort

Little Thatch Island
- Wikipedia "Little Thatch Island" Article
- Seagrape Cottage (luxury vacation home)
- Privately owned island with one vacation rental

Mosquito Island / Moskito Island
- Wikipedia "Mosquito Island" Article
- Branson Plans Eco Resort on Mosquito Island (USA Today)
- Mosquito Island to Join Virgin Resorts Group
- Bare Boats BVI "Mosquito Island" Article
- Lemur Sanctuary Planned for Mosquito Island
- Purchased by Richard Branson in 2007

Nanny Caye
- Wikipedia "Nanny Caye" Article
- Nanny Caye Marina, Boatyard, and Hotel
- Nanny Cay Hotel Photos and Description
- Connected to Tortola by short bridge
- It's really 3 Cays: Big Cay, Little Cay, Miss Peggy Cay

Norman Island
- Wikipedia "Norman Island" Article
- Norman Island Diving Caves, Restaurant, and Bar
- JVD Scuba: Norman Island Dive Spot
- Might have inspired RL Stevenson's "Treasure Island"

Peter Island
- Wikipedia "Peter Island" Article
- Peter Island Resort (55 unit luxury resort)

Salt Island
- Wikipedia "Salt Island" Article
- BVI Bound "Salt Island" Article

Saba Rock
- Wikipedia "Salt Island" Article
- Saba Rock Resort

Norman Island
- Wikipedia "Scrub Island" Article
- Scrub Island Resort Marina and Spa

More BVI Islands
Beef Island (Airport island; bridge connected to Tortola)
Ginger Island (scuba diving spot, uninhabited)
Great Camano (Homes: Indigo Plantation / the Privateers)
Great Thatch (uninhabited, now a national park)
Prickly Pear (uninhabited, beach bar, water sports)
Eustatia Island
Sandy Cay (uninhabited wilderness with hiking trail)
Green Cay (uninhabited)
Sandy Spit (uninhabited)
Little Jost Van Dyke (Diamond Cay National Park, dive sites)
Great & Little Tobago
Dogs (The Dogs)

See also
Other Islands in the BVI
British Virgin Islands Travel Guide
Pan America Travel Guide

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