All inclusive holidays in the British Virgin Islands
Why go all inclusive in the British Virgin Islands?
The British Virgin Islands (or BVI) is known for being a luxurious holiday destination and, as a result, the best way to truly experience it is to go all inclusive. There are numerous excellent hotels here that will cater for your every need and mean that you have a completely stress-free break.
Of course, the main advantages of booking an all inclusive deal are that you can budget effectively before your holiday, and that you won't have to worry about spending a penny once you arrive - unless you want to, that is.
If you're planning to stay on one of the British Virgin Islands' more remote spots - such as Jost Van Dyke - where there are generally fewer amenities, all inclusive is definitely the way to go, as it means you'll never have to worry about finding a restaurant for dinner.
One of the biggest bonuses to going all inclusive is that you know exactly what's included in the price of your break before you jet off. In terms of your hotel in the British Virgin Islands, this will usually include access to all the facilities, such as swimming pools, tennis courts and fitness centres, as well as allowing you to dine in any of the restaurants and order a drink at any of the bars.
Many of the top resorts in the BVI also have their own spa onsite, which is ideal if you want to be truly pampered during your holiday. It is worth checking what your all inclusive deal covers, though, because in many cases spa treatments will come at an additional cost.
However, it may be the case that you can use facilities like the jacuzzi, steam room and sauna as part of your all inclusive booking, so you can still make the most of the relaxing atmosphere in this bit of your hotel complex.
Water sports centres are also found at many of the BVI's best hotels, but again, you may have to pay extra for certain activities. Check with your tour operator when you're booking to find out what is and is not included when it comes to activities.
Unwind in the BVI
One of the biggest arguments for going all inclusive has to be the lack of stress for you once you're on holiday. You won't need to be concerned about how much your hotel bill will be at the end of your stay and can simply enjoy every aspect of your trip.
Visiting the onsite spa is a sure-fire way to relax you from the outset, but simply strolling along the nearby beaches and soaking up the stunning scenery will do you a world of good too. Pack a good book or two and head off to find a quiet stretch of sand where you can work on your tan, go for a dip and generally chill out.
Many of the hotels in the islands are next to spectacular beaches and within easy reach of many more - go on a boat trip to find nearby coves, or hire kayaks if you fancy doing a bit of exploration on your own.
Discovering the British Virgin Islands
While it may be tempting to stay at your hotel for the duration of your break, it would be a shame not to explore some of the incredible sights the BVI is home to. Each of the isles in the archipelago has something different to offer, so it's worth venturing a little further afield to really appreciate this Caribbean gem.
In the centre of Tortola, for instance, is a wonderful national park, while The Baths on Virgin Gorda are a world-famous attraction that you shouldn't miss. For that real desert-island experience, Jost Van Dyke is hard to beat, especially if you visit Diamond Cay and Sandy Cay, which are truly breathtaking sandy isles where you'll find little more than a few palm trees and long sections of empty, white beach.
Taking a sailing trip can be a particularly luxurious way to see a bit more of the BVI, with spots like Cane Garden Bay set up to cater for yachters. Moor up at empty coves or head to the high-end marinas that the archipelago is renowned for, before returning to the comfort of your hotel bed in the evening.
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The tourism sector in the British Virgin Islands is continuing to grow, and in 2016 it experienced a significant increase in overnight visitors. Figures released by the government revealed that more than 406,000 visitors stayed overnight in hotels, apartments, and B&Bs by the end of the year. This is the first time that the Caribbean nation has recorded more than 400,000 visitors overnight.
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The Great House on Richard Branson's private Necker Island will be opening its doors once again to holidaymakers wanting to experience a truly luxurious Caribbean holiday, after it was badly damaged by a fire in 2011. The nine-bedroom property has been renovated over the past two years and it is scheduled to open again in September, 2013.