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Beach Management Commission to be formed to enforce govt's proposed beach policy
Minister of Natural Resources Vincent Wheatley has said a Beach Management Commission will be will be enacted to enforce the proposed Beach Policy when it is passed.
‘Multi-use’ boutique hotel to be developed at Pier Park
Plans are underway for the construction of a multi-use boutique hotel at the C.B. Romney Tortola Pier Park.
Jr Minister Updates On Successful Tourism Roadshow
Major strides were made last week to promote the British Virgin Islands as a must visit tourist destination in the United Kingdom and Europe. The series of promotions were carried out by Junior Minister for Tourism, Hon. Shereen Flax-Cha...
Cane Garden Bay Beach Is Reopened To The Public
Minister for Natural Resources, Honourable Vincent Wheatley has announced that the Cane Garden Bay beach is safe for swimming and is ready for use by the public.
BVI Not Safe From Massive Waves-Vanterpool
In light of how water converged and contributed to the destruction in the Bahamas recently, Fourth District Representative and Opposition Member.
Gov't Meets UK's Proposal Deadline; Loan Guarantee Still In Negotiations
You would recall that approximately two weeks ago I led a delegation to London to discuss with the United Kingdom Government, its offer of a Loan.
Pusser's Closing Marina Cay Location
October 1, Pusser's announced that it would be closing its popular Marina Cay location after some 25 years of operation. According.
Cane Garden Bay Beach Reopened To Public
Minister for Natural Resources, Honourable Vincent Wheatley has announced that the Cane Garden Bay beach is safe for swimming and is ready for use.
Roughly $600K in revenue available with every cruise call, statistic show BVI not capitalising
President of the Florida Caribbean Cruise Association (FCCA) Michele Paige has called on stakeholders in the local tourism sector to do more to procure the more-than-half-million-dollars she says is up for grabs whenever a ship calls int...
BVI's THE BATHS: The #1 Thing To Do In The BVI
Without a doubt, "The Baths" are the single best feature of the BVIs. No visit is complete to the British Virgin Islands without a stop at these famous rocks. In fact, it is one of the Top 10 most beautiful beaches in the world - and our...
Explore The British Virgin Islands
The British Virgin Islands have enthralled visitors from across the globe with their beauty. There is nothing which beats the soothing currents of the clearest blue waters. The main islands of the BVI’s include Tortola, Anegada, Jost Van...
Baths in the British Virgin Islands
Trip to Scrub Island, BVI
We took a trip to Scrub Island, British Virgin Islands in August and this is a short recap of our time on the island!
Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina
British Virgin Islands - An acrobatic blue marlin for Capt. Ruby Helms and our friends on the Que Mas fishing the North Drop today!
These Are the World’s Most Liveable Cities in 2019
Time to tell your smug New York or London friends that they’ve made the wrong life choice: The world’s most liveable cities are generally less global capital, more regional second city, a new ranking shows.
Planes are being sunk to create an artificial reef system for divers in the British Virgin Islands
Three disused planes are being sunk to create an artificial reef system to boost marine life and provide new dive sites in the British Virgin Islands, an archipelago of 60 islands situated just east of Puerto Rico.
Immerse Yourself in an Oceanfront Villa Surrounded by Tropical Gardens
Rebecca Yates, manager at Virgin Gorda Villa Rentals, provided the following update. She reported, “Villa del Sole, a luxury four bedroom villa, located about 100 yards above sea level and overlooking the beautiful Mahoe Bay, is once aga...
The Turtle Restaurant Opens at Wyndham Lambert Beach Resort on Tortola
They reported, "We are happy to announce the re-opening of Turtle Restaurant at Wyndham Lambert Beach Resort on August 2nd, 2019."
Royal Caribbean is growing in China despite the economic slowdown — here's why
"We're having a record year there. It's much better than last year. It continues to improve," Royal Caribbean CEO Richard Fain tells Jim Cramer.
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