British Virgin Islands : Peter Island

The turquoise waters that border almost every one of these islands promise an authentic and pleasant new way of life. Beach lovers will definitely be delighted.

The British Virgin Islands is exactly what we expected it to be: white sandy beaches, excellent diving and snorkeling, clear turquoise water, scenic hikes, plenty of sailing opportunities and a wide variety of rum drinks. There are a fascinating number of things to do on the islands – life here is not just hammocks and piña coladas. From festivals to diving, from demanding hiking trails to hidden pools, each of the region’s islands has a lot to offer to keep you busy if you don’t want a full day at the beach.

The Country
With protected waters, regular trade winds, visual navigation, short jumps, endless isolated coves and well-equipped marinas, the 60 emerald splodges that make up the BVI are one of the best sailing destinations in the world, especially for novices. There are four main islands. Tortola is the largest, most lively and most developed. Slower-paced Virgin Gorda has the famous (and very popular) baths, where vast blocks of granite form pools that are perfect for snorkeling. Jost Van Dyke, the island of the festival, has a disproportionate number of bars and restaurants compared to its small size, while Anegada, a low island surrounded by reefs, is famous for its diving and snorkelling.

The City
Nowhere else in the world is there a place like this. And certainly not any other place like this if you are looking for a real holiday in the British Virgin Islands. A relaxed elegance resort and spa in the British Virgin Islands hidden in a 1,800-acre oasis of tranquility.

  • october-may
  • 8 days
  • Air France / jetBlue / Air Sunshine / LIAT

The family that owns Peter Island is committed to preserving paradise. As a result, only 300 of the island’s 1,800 acres have been developed, including a five-mile loop offering a breathtaking view of the station and the surrounding island. In addition, a reverse osmosis water treatment plant and the first wind turbines in the British Virgin Islands were installed to minimize the island’s carbon footprint. The air is milder on Peter Island. The morning is clearer. Breakfast makes you think of lunch. And lunch reminds you of dinner. Water is the perfect blue and the perfect temperature. Sand is like sugar between your toes. Swimming in the sea brings you back to life. And the drink you drink by the pool is simply spectacular. You can sail, snorkel, scuba dive, hike, cycle, bike, yoga, basketball or tennis day and night.

As Peter Island’s signature restaurant, Tradewinds features the most renowned Caribbean chefs who serve delicious bistros and Asian-Caribbean cuisine.

Choose one of the two serum treatments according to your needs and desires: slimming or remodeling. Once selected, this body treatment begins with a complete exfoliation of the body to activate circulation and prepare the area for the treatment.

Enjoy Peter Island Signature massage in one of our couples’ rooms by the ocean while the gentle waves engulf your senses. The bohio serves as the perfect backdrop for spending time together without being disturbed.

Free Local Weather

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Maps

Maps of the British Virgin Islands allows you to know the driving directions and plan your trips, the itinerary of your trip and find hotels nearby. Find your current location or search for an address and browse using googlemaps to find your destination.

Price per person based on 2 people.
For 8 days, included:
– Flights
– Hotel
Prices are for information only and may vary according to the seasons and periods.

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