Best of Virgin Gorda
Coppermine Point National Park: A crumbling stone chimney breaks through the bright blue sky at Coppermine Point, a windswept headland. Watch the waves crash below and the birds fly overhead.
The Baths National Park: Huge granite boulders create an endless array of pools and grottos perfect for exploration at the British Virgin Islands’ most famous sight.
Spring Bay National Park: The “other” Baths, this beach maintains its serenity most days, making it a venue popular with locals and ideal for relaxation.
Gorda Peak National Park: On an island where so much revolves around the sea, this mountaintop park offers a diversion through its verdant canopies, wild birdsongs, and expansive views. Hike to the top of Virgin Gorda.
North Sound: Called by some a saltwater lake, this broad bay is protected from rough seas and ideal for sailing. Secluded beaches and friendly beach bars await exploration.
© Susanna Henighan Potter from Moon Virgin Islands, 4th edition