Tortola British Virgin Islands Travel

The British Virgin Islands are a picture-book postcard paradise, full of beautiful beaches and hard-to-find rum drinks. The magic of the island stretches from the beaches to the surf - friendly shores of Anegada, and the lounging by the sea in it is unimaginably blissful.

Whatever you do in the British Virgin Islands, the Virgin Gorda Spa is a stop not to be missed. Tortola is the busiest of them all and it is an experience not to be missed when staying there.

Although charter boat tourism accounts for the majority of trips to the British Virgin Islands, there are a number of other popular tourist destinations such as St Kitts and Nevis that are easily accessible. Although located in the middle of the Caribbean, just a few hours from the mainland, the islands are still a great place to get some dirt and relax on the beach. They offer secluded, sheltered, palm-fringed, powdery sandy beaches with a variety of beaches, from sand dunes and sandbanks to sandy beaches with a mix of tropical and tropical flowers.

Although cruising in the British Virgin Islands requires a sailing license, it is discouraged, to make a sailing license during the holiday. If you own your own boat, you can enjoy the British Virgin Islands boating scene without the need for a boat licence or charter boat.

All passengers must have an approved BVI-Gateway Traveler Authorization Certificate (GAC) and a valid passport. For more information about the British Virgin Islands and the visa procedure, see our guide to the visas required and how to obtain one.

All passengers must have an approved BVI - Gateway Traveler Authorization Certificate (GAC) and a valid passport. All travelers on vacation in the British Virgin Islands or the U.S. Virgin Island of Tortola must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken 5 days prior to the beginning of the trip and have travel insurance including medical expenses. All passengers can travel the Tortola - Tortola - Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (TVG) route without a passport or other valid travel documents such as passports, driving licences or passports of family members or friends of the traveller, and without any other documents required for travel to and from the islands of Tortolo - Travolta and Triton. Each passenger must have a B VI-Gateway Travelers' Approval Certificate and all must have a positive test for the negative coVIC-20 PCR (CoVID-21) test. Each passenger may travel for a maximum of 3 days on the same passport, but not for more than 2 days without a passport.

All passengers must have an approved BVI - Gateway Traveler Authorization Certificate (GAC) and a valid passport. All passengers may travel for a maximum of 3 days on the same passport, but not for more than 2 days without a passport or other valid travel documents such as passports, driving licenses or passports of the traveler's family or friends and without any other documents required for travel to and from the islands of Tortolo - Travolta and Triton. Each passenger must have either a positive test for the negative coVIC-20 PCR (CoVID-21) test or a B VI Gateway Travelers' Approval Certificate.

All passengers must have an approved BVI - Gateway Traveler Authorization Certificate (GAC) and a valid passport. All passengers may travel for a maximum of 3 days on the same passport, but not for more than 2 days without a passport or other valid travel documents such as passports, driving licenses or passports of the traveler's family or friends and without any other documents required for travel to and from the islands of Tortolo - Travolta and Triton. Each passenger must have either a positive test for the negative coVIC-20 PCR test (CoVID-21) or a B VI Gateway certificate for passenger approval.

All passengers must have an approved BVI - Gateway Traveler Authorization Certificate (GAC) and a valid passport. All passengers may travel for a maximum of 3 days on the same passport, but not for more than 2 days without a passport or other valid travel documents such as passports, driving licenses or passports of the traveler's family or friends and without any other documents required for travel to and from the islands of Tortolo - Travolta and Triton. Each passenger must behave in a manner that meets the requirements of a B VI authorising certificate for travel authorisation.

All passengers must have an approved BVI - Gateway Traveler Authorization Certificate (GAC) and a valid passport. All passengers may travel for a maximum of 3 days on the same passport, but not for more than 2 days without a passport or other valid travel documents such as passports, driving licenses or passports of the traveler's family and friends and without any other documents required for travel to and from the islands of Tortolo - Travolta and Triton. Each passenger must have a B VI - Gateway Traveller Authorization Certificate (GAC). All students, lecturers, staff and employees on board the cruise ship must have the recognised bVI certificate. Each passenger may only make a limited number of journeys per day and all passengers may not travel without authorisation.

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