The Holy Trinity: 3 Islands 1 Epic Full Day

Sandy Cay

Sandy Cay

A small island in the middle of the ocean. Ideal for snorkeling.

White Bay

White Bay

The most popular beach in the BVI. Full of little bars, home of the Painkiller (Soggy Dollar).

Willy T

Willy T

A great place to have a drink and grab a bite. Also, a "shotski" if you're feeling extra ambitious.

Pirates Bight

Pirates Bight

An alternative to Willy T, for peaceful chill out at the beach, with awesome cocktails and an explosive happy hour.

Summary

Jost Van Dyke and its surrounding islands and cays feature spectacular snorkeling, amazing beaches and breathtaking views. Named after a Dutch pirate and settler, its rugged coastline and rolling hills, provides a backdrop for an unforgettable day. This tour is more suitable for adults but it offers something for everybody with lots of time for either snorkeling or just exploring the nearby hideaway beaches. After lunch we cruise to Norman Island which was the inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel ‘Treasure Island’. Explore the three water level caves and search for treasure which was last found in 1915. The caves are stunning and atmospheric with schools of Yellowtail Jacks and Sergeant Majors as you snorkel the calm, crystal clear water. You will also see lots of orange cup coral and red sponge covering the walls of the caves.

Tour Itinerary:

Destination 1: Get Deserted

Start your day at one of the three of the BVI western deserted beaches/islands. Enjoy a morning of snorkelling and water fun at Little Jost, Sandy Cay or Sandy Spit.

Destination 2: Beach Vibe or Bubbly Pools

Next, we’ll head to Jost Van Dyke where we’ll hit either White Bay or Great Harbour beach, or go for a short trek to the Bubbly Pool before we grab lunch and head off to our next port of call. Location depends on anchoring conditions.

Break for Lunch:

So many great places for lunch near by……..tell your captain what you are in the mood for and he will ensure you tastes are satisfied. Lunch costs not included in Tour.

Destination 3: Norman Island Playtime

Finally we’ll head to the infamous Norman Island, home of the floating bar The Willy T. If partying isn’t your passion, we can stop at one of the two BVIs most renowned snorkeling spots, ‘The Caves’ or the neighbouring ‘Indians’.

Sunset Cruise back to the Dock:

Enjoy a Celtic Painkiller made by your captain before we glide back to Tortola as the sun begins to set over St Thomas providing a beacon to bring us safely home and complete our perfect day.

Important Info

Captain, Fuel, Snorkeling Equipment, Towels, Soft Drinks/Beers/Snacks, Cruising Permits, National Parks Fees are included in the price. Lunch costs not included in Tour.

We meet at our private dock in Towers, West End at 9.00am, and we return at 5.00pm.

Gratuity at your discretion.

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