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    • British Virgin Islands Honeymoon Options
    • Details Price shown is quote only and subject to change at any time without notice To secure price shown a deposit must be made Deposits start at $150 per person and will secure air and room. Deposit varies by airline and hotel Quote includes airfare, room, all-inclusive amenities Transportation between airport and hotel is additional Travel protection is not included in quote but highly recommended
    • British Virgin Islands The British Virgin Islands are composed of sixty-odd islands, islets and cays of virtually untouched splendor. Here life centers on the natural riches of land, sea and sky. Tortola has mountain peaks covered with frangipani and ginger on its south coast while the north coast has white sandy beaches and clusters of palm trees. The British Virgin Islands are the most popular destination for yachting enthusiasts. Explore 40 nearby islands and pink flamingo havens by boat. Fishing is also a popular activity in this paradise that revolves around it's bountiful waters. The average annual temperature ranges from 85°-90°F.
    • British Virgin Islands The Virgin Islands, commonly known as the British Virgin Islands (BVI), is a British overseas territory located in the Caribbean to the east of Puerto Rico. The islands make up part of the Virgin Islands archipelago, the remaining islands constitute the US Virgin Islands and the Spanish Virgin Islands. The official name of the Territory is still simply the "Virgin Islands", but the prefix "British" is often used to distinguish it from the neighboring American territory which changed its name from the "Danish West Indies" to "Virgin Islands of the United States" in 1917. British Virgin Islands government publications continue to begin with the name "The Territory of the Virgin Islands", and the Territory's passports simply refer to the "Virgin Islands", and all laws begin with the words "Virgin Islands". Moreover, the Territory's Constitutional Commission has expressed the view that "every effort should be made", to encourage the use of the name "Virgin Islands". The British Virgin Islands consist of the main islands of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke, along with over fifty other smaller islands and cays. About 15 of the islands are inhabited. The capital, Road Town, is situated on Tortola, the largest island, which is approximately 20 km (12 mi) long and 5 km (3 mi) wide. The islands have a population of about 27,800, of whom approximately 23,000 live on Tortola.
    • Tortola Powdery white-sand beaches, lush green mountains, and a sheltered yacht-filled harbor characterize the island of Tortola, where the past of the West Indies meets the present of the BVI. The Northern coast has the best beaches on the island, including Smuggler's Cove, Long Bay, Cane Garden Bay, Brewer's Bay, Josiah's Bay, and Lambert beach. In addition to beaches, there are sailing, surfing, scuba diving, kite boarding, windsurfing, historic sites, hiking, and much more. This is a great site for cruise boats.
    • Option One
    • Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina 5 star Resort Located on Scrub Island, approximately 7 minutes by ferry from Tortola This new luxury private island resort is an experience steeped in luxury and modern convenience. As one of the first new resorts built in the British Virgin Islands in 15 years, you'll want for nothing but a longer stay. Scrub Island, a 230 acre retreat is just a seven minute private launch ride from Tortola's Beef Island Airport but truly a world away. Explore Scrub Island with three private beaches, 50 luxurious guest rooms and suites that exude Caribbean charm, fine and casual dining, Ixora Spa, multi-level swimming pool, boutique and dive shop, 24-hour fitness center, hiking trail, watersports activities, snorkeling, scuba diving and sailing options.
    • Scrub Island Resort Activities Dive BVI is a full-service dive shop located in Marina Village that caters to the explorer in all of us! Daily group snorkel tours, Anegada snorkel trips, one and two tank dive trips as well as private dive, snorkel and sightseeing charters are also available. Take advantage of the shallows surrounding Scrub Island that serve as a perfect playground for snorkeling. Many nearby coves, bays, reefs and islets offer magnificent views of rare sea life, such as yellow frogfish and a golden-faced coney, for snorkelers and divers. In addition, numerous excursions to neighboring islands are planned on a weekly basis. The Sea Cat, a 36-foot dive boat, is fully equipped, including plenty of shade and a freshwater shower to make your adventure more enjoyable. Whether a novice or an advanced diver, you can get your feet wet with an assortment of supervised instructional courses as well. Have you ever thought about a "Try Scuba" experience in the pool or maybe you've always thought about becoming a certified diver? Chartered fishing or sailing Spend the day in Tortola Relax on one of three private beaches on Scrub Island Kayaking, snorkeling, paddleboards Enjoy a drink by the multi-level pool Spend the day relaxing at the spa
    • Scrub Island Resort Caravela Bar, Enjoy a prelude to dinner in the Caravela Bar, the centerpiece is a bar top of petrified wood imported from Italy and gleaming with warmth. Signature cocktails, martinis and wines by the glass satisfy your thirst as you enjoy the view of the marina and Camanoe Pass. Freebooters Pool Bar, Enjoy thirst quenching cocktails as you relax in or beside the resort pool and waterfalls. Open from 11:00am-5:00pm daily. One Shoe Beach Bar, Located on private North Beach, this oceanside bar is the perfect place to rehydrate while taking a short break from sun and surf. Lunch can be ordered from the bar staff and delivered to you on the beach. Open from 11:00am-5:00pm. Tierra! Tierra! Bar, Gentle breezes, great views and cooling cocktails open from lunch past dinner. Gourmet Market & Cafe, Located in Marina Village, the caf serves coffee and pastries in the morning; deli sandwiches for lunch; along with aisles of gourmet snacks, candy, juices and beverages. Open 7:15am-7:00pm. Caravela Restaurant, For fine dining and panoramic views, Caravela features a menu of updated continental classics located on the 2nd floor of the Pavilion Building. Serving breakfast 8:00am10:30am. Serving dinner 6:00pm-9:00pm. Tierra! Tierra!, Located above the pool, enjoy al fresco dining with a birds eye view of the marina and neighboring islands. Nightly casual, resort style dining including a variety of themed evenings. Serving lunch and dinner 11:30am-10:00pm. The Candle Room, Located within Caravela, this private room is available for catered events, gastronomic enthusiasts can experience gourmet cuisine and carefully paired wines provided by leading vintners from around the globe.
    • Scrub Island Resort Ocean View One Bedroom Suite These suites lavish guests in the Scrub Island experience and are designed to offer a separate living space from the master bedroom with plush chairs, a cozy sleeper sofa and a gourmet kitchen. The gourmet kitchen features custom designed furnishings and modern conveniences for dining and entertaining. Each onebedroom suite offers one and half baths, washer and dryer, designer faucets and fixtures, stainless steel appliances, granite counters in the kitchen and bathroom, natural stone flooring, luxurious fabrics, covered veranda, timeless teak wood furniture, woodbeamed ceiling and bamboo ceiling fan. 5 Nights $4,763 (no meals)
    • Option Two
    • Peter Island Resort 5 Star Resort Peter Island Resort is the classic Caribbean Resort. Capturing the charisma, character and charm of the British Virgin Islands on a private island blessed with 5 dramatic beaches, more than 20 secluded coves and the promise of pure personalization. Edged by the expanses of the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, Sir Francis Drake Channel and six breathtaking bays, Peter Island Resort falls four miles south of Tortola and occupies the fifth largest of the loose array of 60 islands, cays and exposed reefs that comprise the British Virgin Islands. Approximately 30 minute ferry ride from Tortola
    • Peter Island Resort 5 Private Beaches Deadman’s Beach- A pristine, mile-long crescent of pure white sand dotted with towering palms makes Deadman’s Beach pure perfection. Little Deadman’s Beach- Little Deadman’s Beach is perfect for swimming, sunning or just an afternoon of yacht watching. White Bay Beach- White Bay Beach is spectacular for snorkeling and ideal for a romantic picnic and a private swim. Honeymoon Beach- Imagine a beach made just for two. Honeymoon Beach is easily one of the most romantic settings anywhere in the entire world. Big Reef Bay & Beach- Private. Powerful. Peaceful. Big Reef Bay and Beach is pure British Virgin Islands beach perfection.
    • Peter Island Resort Activities With a swimming pool, hiking, biking, a 24-hour fitness center, beach volleyball, basketball and tennis courts, the sun isn’t the only thing on Peter Island that will make you sweat. Complimentary morning yoga is also offered every Wednesday and Sunday at 9:30 am, in the Tranquility Garden at the spa. From 5pm- to 6:30pm every evening, watch a true BVI sunset from the most beautiful point on Peter Island. Get dropped off with a fruit and cheese platter and your favorite beverage and leave you to watch the sunset over the stunning backdrop of the BVI. A new, hands-on class where 10 guests learn the ins and outs of grilling and smoking techniques, instructed by one of Peter Island’s world-class chefs. Using fresh ingredients from our vegetable garden as well as local seafood and meats, guests will learn how to fillet fish, prepare an Anegada lobster (in season), properly grill steak and create homemade rubs, all while learning a variety of hot and cold smoking techniques. One of Peter Island’s talented bartenders will also teach how to make a few of Peter Island’s signature cocktails, including the infamous Ginger Lemonade and the Peter Island Connection. (fee applies) From the Manager’s Cocktail Party and Caribbean Buffet at Deadman’s Beach Bar & Grill every Wednesday to Saturday’s Gala Buffet and the Vintner’s Dinner each Thursday, there’s no shortage of events to keep you feeling wined and dined. Snorkeling during your stay at Peter Island is a must. Join Paradise Watersports for an afternoon snorkeling trip to one of the many reefs surrounding Peter Island. Or pick up your complimentary snorkeling gear from the dive shop and venture right off one of our five beaches at any time during your stay. The best snorkeling spots are White Bay Beach, Deadman’s Beach and Honeymoon Beach.
    • Peters Island Resort Deadman's Beach Bar & Grill, camouflaged by sea grape trees, towering palms and a cedar shake roofoffers a more casual menu for lunch and dinner just steps from one of the most dramatic beaches in the Caribbean. Reef Bay burgers, coconut shrimp, and a salad and desert buffet highlight the open-air enclave. Drake's Channel Lounge, with its tiled "island" bar, mosaic map of the island and shaded sitting area, offers a relaxed setting for sipping the resort's signature drinks, the Peter Island Landscape and Mango Smoothie. Tradewinds, the resort's main dining option, veteran Chef Wilford "Willo" Stoutt crafts choice Caribbean and Asian fare into fresh, fusion cuisine matched only by the staggering view of Drake Channel and neighboring Tortola through large, waterfront windows. Next to the open-air dining area, a new wine room hosts private events and specialty dinners, and the Trade winds pergola serves daily al fresco lunch. At sunset, musicians serenade guests with calypso or reggae. The resort features a new, seven-day rotating menu each season. Guests "stranded" on the resort's most remote beach favor its WHITE BAY PICNIC LUNCH, a gourmet feast with fine linens, china and flatware. Island staff deliver the basket directly to the beach and then remove it when summoned.
    • Peters Island Resort Oceanview Room Located by the marina and pool, with air conditioning, ceiling fans, bath with shower, minibar stocked with complimentary non-alcoholic beverages during stay, CD player alarm clock, hairdryer, iron/iron board, coffee maker, telephones, luxury bath amenities, bathrobes and either a balcony or patio. 5 Nights $5,093 (no meals)
    • Change Your Latitude Travel Erin Peters erin@changeyourlatitudetravel.com (888) 831-4826