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Virgin Gorda
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Reviewed yesterday

Hiking, climbing, snorkeling, incredible views and spectacular natural beauty! All in one location - all in one day! Can't wait to go back and do it again!

Thank Allison T
Reviewed 2 days ago

However you get here, you must see this. You can come by ferry from Tortola and a couple other islands or on a private sailing tour. Here is what Robert Louis Stevenson wrote about in his Pirate stories. Boulders have been formed after tumbling down...More

Thank davidlI5106MM
Reviewed 2 days ago

I was the wedding planner for a couple that got married at Villa Aquamare and one of our weekend group activities was to visit The Baths. The water is beautiful and the rocks are fascinating. It was a great place to spend the afternoon and...More

Thank ChelseyArnal
Reviewed 4 days ago

Ok. So we had the Baths on the top of our list. But if you are over a certain age and have any health problems or walking problems, I'd certainly make sure you avoid the through the water trip. We asked and were told that...More

1  Thank AdvicePro
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Picturesque place! Amazingly huge boulders with a fun, sandy hike in and about the rocks. Pretty water and beaches to hang out in.

Thank rduke01
Reviewed 6 days ago

Great spot to admire the special beauty of Virgin Gorda up close. We started in Devil's Bay which is probably the prettiest place on the island. Crawling and climbing through the boulders was awesome with lots of great photo ops. Get there early to avoid...More

2  Thank Jeff_IV
Reviewed 6 days ago

Do not bypass stopping at the Baths. I think this is the most beautiful spot in the BVI. If you can't swim in you can take a taxi in the Top of the Bath's restaurant around on the other side of the island. Walk among...More

1  Thank Carenjames C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is definitely a must see if your on Virgin Gorda. Be prepared for the hike down towards the water. You won't be disappointed when you get there.

1  Thank Paul J
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Went to the Baths while staying at Little Dix Bay. We hiked down and wow is this a place is a must see! The waves were a little rough on this day but the water and the fish were still amazing. Also ate lunch on...More

1  Thank KarenCityofAngeles
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Beautiful! A must stop if you're near virgin gorda. Plan to spend at least a few hours as there is a lot to explore

1  Thank desilerch
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We are going to the baths with a group of 12. My biggest question is what is your experience swimming in general? How challenging would the swim in be for a middle aged adult with NO swimming experience of confidence? And an adult anxious about swimming in? Is there a rope to pull along/help swim in? How far was it?? how long did it take you etc? Compared to different Flag days?? We also have 4 children in our group ages 4 to 13. How will children do? they each have an adult to kind of watch. ANd they all have swam and took lessons. THANKS!!!
22 May 2017|
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Response from rduke01 | Reviewed this property |
We went from our boat to the drop off point(roped area for swimmers)in a dinghy and that's as close as we could get. Jumped off the dinghy and it was still over our heads but an easy swim to where we could touch bottom. If... More
Is there a way to take a dingy to shore (we heard its allowed if no motor, paddle only inside dingy moorings) to drop off those who cannot swim?
1 May 2017|
Response from AJSOHN | Reviewed this property |
There is a floating rope then runs out to where the motor boats are parked. It's a good 60-100 yds though. We had one person on our boat use a pool noddle and float in that way.
Darlene H
I am curious if there a way to get to The Baths (from port) that will not require a lot of climbing and such. I am thinking a water taxi or ferry? I have heel/Achilles tendon issues going on and I am a bit concerned that I may not be able to maneuver the climbing. If such transportation exist....can you tell me the cost per person? There will be 4 of us.
14 April 2017|
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Response from Caribbiophile | Reviewed this property |
There is a way to get the Baths without going to the top. You could try Egbert of H&H Freelance Captain Services (phone only, no email, 284-443-5288). He runs a very nice, comfortable, high speed boat that holds about 12... More