Virgin Gorda – Top 5 Destinations To Explore

Virgin Gorda is the third-largest, after Tortola and Anegada, and second-most populous of the British Virgin Islands. Located in the British Virgin Islands covering an area of about 8 square miles (21 km2). The name <Gorda> is a Spanish word that denotes a feminine adjective of the word fat in English.

Now we show you Top 5 destination in Virgin Gorda

1. The Baths in Virgin Gorda

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Situated about 1.2 miles (1.9 km) south off the main town Spanish Town at the southern tip of the island between Spring Bay and Devil’s Bay. The Baths is an area of unique geologic formations and one of the British Virgins Island major tourist destinations.

2. Devil’s bay national park


Wonderful natural pool setting between huge rocks.

Getting there is not easy if you walk from the entrance of the park it takes about 15 minutes, between stones, but when you arrive and see the beauty that awaits you after this journey, it is worth it.

3.Spring bay


Caves made with gigantic rocks that if they planned it would never be so beautiful

4.Savannah Bay


It is a beautiful long curving stretch of sand, perfect for relaxing on the beach, swimming and taking in spectacular sunsets.

5.Gorda peak National Park


This is one of the last remaining examples of Caribbean dry forest in the region, which makes it a high priority for conservation internationally. The variety of vegetation types found within the Park varies with the elevation, from dry scrub forest to a moister forest at higher elevations.