Unlike the rest of the islands in the Caribbean, you won’t find the same “types” of resorts here. The resorts on BVI are more aimed at the relaxing atmosphere and catering for a romantic ambiance rather than offering casinos.
The high tourist season starts in December and ends in May. It has more to do with those who flock here to escape the cold in North America and Europe, rather than the climate of the islands.
If you like to dive, consider visiting the islands between April and August when the waters are clearer.
If you want to save some money it’s advisable to avoid the high season. Off-season rates are much lower.
Mango Bay Resort
The resort is located on Mahoe Bay on Virgin Gorda. You need to take the ferry either from St. Thomas or Puerto Rico to get here. The resort offers one or two bedroom units, with shower and kitchenette. Rates vary between US$115 and US$970 per night for 2 persons depending on the type of accommodation and season.
Biras Creek Resort
This is one of the top luxury destinations in BVI. The resort offers 33 suites on Virgin Gorda and can be reached only by boat or helicopter. Swimming, sailing, snorkeling can all be practiced at the edge of the private beach. Prices range between US$675 and US$1950 per night for 2 persons depending on the type of accommodation and season.
Village Cay Resort Hotel & Marina
Located in the Village Cay Marina Complex, the resort offers air-conditioned rooms. Other facilities include: Cable TV, kitchen, outdoor pool and restaurant. Prices range between $175 and $405 per night for 2 persons depending on the type of room and season