East End, East End, VG1110 VG



3.5 miles, Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport (EIS)



Take It All In

Visit a grotto, sip some Caribbean rum, or go island hopping

Tortola is the largest of the British Virgin Islands, featuring lush mountainous foliage and powdery white sand beaches. We’re just a short boat ride from The Baths, an iconic attraction known for its massive granite boulders from volcanic eruptions that have created a beautiful grotto and sheltered sea pools. While you’re there, make the short hike to the gorgeous beaches and turquoise waters of Devil’s Bay National Park, a tranquil spot for swimming and snorkelling. You can also tour the nearby Callwood Rum Distillery to see how rum has been made for over 400 years and purchase samples of the Caribbean spirit. Take the ferry to Anegada Island, which is surrounded by shallow reefs full of sea creatures and shipwrecks, or charter a boat to Sandy Cay, a small island without any manmade structures that’s prized for its pristine beaches and protected wildlife sanctuary.


East End, East End, VG1110

Nearby Places

  • Anegada Island
  • Apple Bay
  • Aragorn’s Studio
  • The Baths 
  • Brewers Bay
  • Callwood Rum Distillery
  • Cane Garden Bay
  • Devil’s Bay National Park
  • Elizabeth Beach
  • Frenchman’s Cay
  • Josiah’s Bay
  • J.R. O’Neal Botanic Gardens
  • Long Bay Beach
  • Nanny Cay
  • North Shore Shell Museum
  • Ridge Road
  • Rhone National Marine Park
  • Sage Mountain National Park
  • Sandy Cay
  • Sandy Spit
  • Smuggler’s Cove
  • Tortola Pier Park
  • Trellis Bay