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We enjoyed this beach before the hurricane and although no shade at all really, the beach is still awesome. We were alone on it for the most part and snorkeled. We stayed on Virgin Gorda and so enjoyed it, could have sent every day, but...More
It is rare to see more than one other boat in the bay - the reef entrance intimidates a lot of potential visitors (and a lot of charter companies do not permit their boats to go there). Best to push up a little into Pound...More
We went here on a day trip to the baths. We sailed with four couples and took a dingy in, then took a taxi to the baths. After lunch at the top of the baths we got a taxi over to Savannah Bay. We literally...More
This beach has everything. Parts of it is just sand so you can just wade
In and just sit in the water with the shallow sand bottom. Other parts of the beach has a reef section that is shallow to see the fishes while still...More
We happend to venture on to this beach one day with just a couple of other visitors. It was quiet, remote, clean and pristine. The water is crystal clear and shallow. We stayed for about three hours marinating in the water. I LOVED every inch...More
Just can't beat Virgin Gorda beaches. This was just another gem that we visited on our BVI trip! Loved it! Would need to bring your own chairs and umbrella or shade - nothing set up to use or available for rent. No problem for us...More
Although a slightly tricky entrance (unless you have succumbed to a Cat), Savannah Bay and Pound Bay reward you with a perfect Caribbean beach, protected by the reef and free from swells.
First came here hoping to dinghy ashore for the Italian Restaurant that we...More
We have vacationed in Virgin Gorda seven times over the past fifteen yesrs. We aleays spend a day st Savannah. A crowded day might mean there are thirty people enjoying the beavh and water. Take your snorkel to explore the area. Pack a cooler and...More