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Virgin Gorda

Overview

Virgin Gorda measures eight and a half square miles and is the third-largest and second most populated island in the British Virgin Islands. The shape of the island reminded Christopher Columbus of a reclining woman, so he named it Virgin Gorda, the "Fat Virgin."

Accommodations

Villa Journeys offers private condos and residences located seaside and hillside.

Entry requirements

U.S. citizens travelling by air to Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and Bermuda must present a passport or other WHTI-compliant documentation to enter or depart from the United States. Visitors may be granted entry for up to one month at the ports of entry, provided that they possess return (or ongoing) tickets, evidence of adequate means of support and pre-arranged accommodations during their stay.

Language

English is the official language.

Currency/Banking

The US dollar is the official currency.

Driving

Driving is on the left.

Climate

Temperatures are typically between 70-90 degrees Fahrenheit. Rainfall varies but the rainiest months on average are September to November and the driest months on average are February and March. Hurricanes occasionally hit the islands, with the hurricane season running from June to November.

Getting There

Ferry service is available from Tortola and St Thomas. Please speak to one of our agents before booking your airfare.

Ground Transportation

Car rentals and taxis are available.

Activities

This quiet island is known for its beauty and seclusion. One of Virgin Gorda’s most popular attractions is The Baths. These large boulders form grottos, trails and pools where visitors can swim and snorkel. This island is the place for relaxation but also popular known for sailing and snorkeling.