The British Virgin Islands
The British Virgin Islands are located 80 kilometers east of Puerto Rico, in the northwestern region of the Caribbean Sea, an archipelago comprised of 60 islands and cays. The main islands are Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost Van Dyke.
The BVI is renowned as a destination for sailing, diving and snorkeling. The Territory’s vast topography provides unique opportunities for hiking, outdoor adventure and sustainable tourism.
The BVI is home to many famous attractions that include The Baths on Virgin Gorda, the Wreck of the Rhone off the coast of Salt Island, The Caves off the coast of Norman Island, the flamingoes on Anegada, White Bay Beach on Jost Van Dyke, Sage Mountain on Tortola. Despite its status as a United Kingdom territory, the BVI uses the U.S. dollar as its official currency.
Surfsong Villa Resort
Surfsong is on Beef Island’s southern shore and at the heart of the island chain, conveniently situated for a variety of island adventures, activities and dining experiences, and connected by bridge to Tortola. Road Town, located in Tortola, is the British Virgin Island’s capital and can be reached in only 20 minutes drive from Surfsong. We are minutes away from Trellis Bay where there is ferry service to Virgin Gorda. Although only minutes from the airport, Surfsong is not on the flight path and is further sheltered from airport noise by a natural boulder field and hill. It is a very quiet serene location nestled in Well Bay, edged by ocean blue waters with unspoiled reefs.
Surfsong’s protective cay bends out to create a secluded shallow beach at Well bay. The beach is decorated with huge boulders and shaded by palm trees with a very gradual slope into the water perfect for swimming. You may walk to the nearby spectacular horseshoe beach-Long Bay East or the popular Trellis Bay with shops and restaurants in under half an hour.