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The British Virgin Islands are home to many historic, world-renowned sites: the Baths, the Coral Gardens and Anegada. But they’re also home to many little-known secrets that only a local can reveal. We offer regular excursions on vessels from our premium fleet to these outposts, introducing guests to the Caribbean’s brilliant sites and hidden treasures. So hop aboard one of our snorkeling, beachcombing or sightseeing excursions!
Excursions are included for those guests enjoying Bitter End’s BEYC’s Classic Escape.
Discover this famous geological wonder both above and under sea. Explore Devil’s Bay Beach and navigate the cave maze to reach the Top of the Baths, or spend your time snorkeling in the crystal-clear pools of the area’s caves and grottoes. Sample a bit of a both for a fully immersive experience. All guests enjoy lunch aboard the excursion boat.
Known for miles of white sand beaches, Anegada (and adjoining Horseshoe Reef) is the largest barrier coral atoll in the Caribbean. More than 300 boats have wrecked along Anegada’s coast, but they now provide the perfect foundation for coral growth and fish hideouts. Ideal snorkeling conditions and limitless beachcombing opportunities await. All guests enjoy lunch ashore–including world famous Anegada Lobster.
Embrace the Caribbean spirit and join local legend Captain Kinto for the ultimate day tour of the BVIs. Incredible snorkeling awaits you at The Caves on Norman Island and at everyone’s favorite, The Indians. Along the way, Bitter End’s expert mates will share stories and help you catch a glimpse of almost all the BVI islands. Finish the tour at Pirate’s Bight and enjoy an ice cold drink on the very same island rumored to have buried pirate treasure.
Recognized as a national park and bird sanctuary, the Coral Gardens at Great Dog Island offer amazing coral formations–some up to eight feet tall! The area also attracts a variety of fish, including pufferfish, that are sure to delight snorkelers. All guests enjoy lunch aboard the excursion boat.
Led by our expert captains, our daily snorkel trips explore any of the incredible areas closer to Bitter End’s shore. Discover Eustatia Reef, the Invisibles, Cactus Point, Colquhoun Reef and more. A regular trip takes just over an hour, or embark on a super snorkel to explore three different areas in one outing.
Have some experience and want to explore on your own? We encourage our guests to pick up our Bitter End picnic lunch, take one of our 11-foot Boston Whalers and adventure to the nearby islands. Our Watersports Center can provide a map to help you chart your outing–simply stop by for insights as to the best snorkel spots and beaches in the area.
Join your fellow resort guests as we chase the sunset down the Sir Francis Drake Channel. Ply the waters of North Sound in search of the elusive “green flash” in our sporty 48-foot catamaran, Paranda. The spectacular views and adventurous fun are enhanced by whale, turtle and dolphin sightings most times of the year.
If you have the urge to get out on the water, there’s no better way than to charter your own vessel with family and friends. The itinerary is fully customizable and tailored to your ideal outing.
S/V Paranda – A 48-foot Spronk-designed performance catamaran that can accommodate up to 20 people. Perfect for sunset sails, exploring Sir Francis Drake Channel or a trip to other nearby islands and cays with a large family or wedding group. Charter with a captain for a half day, full day or sunset cruise.
Blue Water Racing Yacht – Express ‘37 – A true classic, only 65 of these highly coveted racing yachts were ever built. It offers a thrill, as it can travel up to 14 knots downwind. This monohull also comfortably accommodates up to eight people, includes a showerhead and has berths for resting.
M/V Corinthian – Enjoy a blue-water cruise aboard The Corinthian, a 59-foot, double-decked, twin-hulled diesel-powered boat, and snorkel all day in the pristine waters of the North Sound. Lunch is served on board.