This comes following high praises from CEOWORLD magazine which stated that the VI was the most popular tourist destination for the super-rich in 2019.
According to the NY Times, "Hit by Hurricanes Irma and Maria in 2017, the British Virgin Islands have been slow to recover. But this year, a number of resorts will reopen, including Rosewood Little Dix Bay, the iconic resort originally developed by the conservation-minded Laurance Rockefeller in 1964, which was under renovation when the storms hit; it reopened this month."
It said on Norman Island, planned developments for 2020 include three hotels, a marina and an observatory.
With a focus on green development, it said many properties have a new environmental focus, "Necker Island, the private island owned by Richard C. Branson, will finish rebuilding by April, and introduce uniforms made from recycled plastic found in the ocean; in 2019, the resort installed wind turbines that have enabled it to run on up to 90 per cent renewable energy."
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