Month: July 2015

What to do on your last day in the Virgin Islands?

What to do on your last day in the Virgin Islands? Take a day charter! Explore the surrounding islands and enjoy a fun-filled day with lots of adventures. Either join a group of people on a day charter or get your very own private yacht. Either way, it will be an unforgettable day! One of the favourites is the BVI day charters. This is a great trip for both families and couples. You get to explore four to five islands, and some of the places you visit is only reachable by boat. And you’ll have tons of fun! Here’s some tips to where you should go on a day charter to the BVIs. First stop Start with a trip to Virgin Gorda. Clear your passport in Spanish Town, and then go and explore the Baths. The Baths is one of the the BVI’s most popular tourist attraction. The sight is amazing. The rocks forms a series of grottoes that has tidal pools and kaleidoscopic sunlight. Take the trails through them or snorkel around them. Second …

Lazy days on the beach…

Here in the Virgin Islands we are enjoying lazy days on the beach…. The picture over is from Limetree Beach located just below our villa. We usually walk down to the beach in about 5 minutes. When going to the beach we always pack a cooler and fill it with cold drinks and some snacks. Sophia and I love to bake banana bread and make some cookies. This is also why it is great to stay at a villa! When you rent a villa you can take full advantage of the kitchen. Make your own food and snacks to bring to the beach. All our villas comes with fully equipped kitchens, coolers, beach towels, beach chairs and fun waters toys.  Another beach we also really like her on St. Thomas is Hull Bay. On Hull Bay there is barley tourists, a lot of locals use the beach. There is a cozy nice restaurant and bar here. The beach is also known to be the only surf beach on St. Thomas, but to surf you have to …