There comes that special time of year where hundreds of thousands of students from college/university, flock to their favorite partying destination around the World. Whether it be Panama City Beach, Cancun or Ibiza, you can expect totally outrageous parties literally everywhere, where getting stone drunk and strung out is a given. But here in the British Virgin Islands, we have a bit of a different approach. Relaxation with a bit of adrenaline is the major key if you want to do spring break “right” in the BVI. If you ever get lost or confused on how to do Spring break right in the BVI, you can refer to this blog at anytime.
First up! Trade in your luxury sedan for an off-road, heart-stealing machine. Go exploring and driving around whichever island you choose to! (P.S. Don’t be afraid to drop the top down).
I Swear I wasn’t dabbing.
Next step, Go jet skiing around the North Sound of Virgin Gorda with your turn up twin, pals or family (Courtesy of Blue Rush Watersports BVI)!
Our Swimsuits matched our jetskis!
White Swimsuit: American Apparel Black Swimsuit: Victoria’s Secret.
Third step, why not treat yourself to a day at a luxurious resort? You can part take in the many Watersport activities that are offered at most resorts, indulge yourself with world class spa treatments, experience Caribbean cuisine or do literally nothing at all on the beach or by the pool. You can choose in-between Peter Island Resort and Spa, Scrub Island Resort and Spa, Little Dix Bay Resort and Spa, Bitter End Yacht Club or Oil Nut Bay Resort.
Oil Nut Bay Resort.
Outdoor living space at our villa for the day.
Views from the Master suite.
Lunchtime at the Beach Club.
Oil Nut Bay’s famous Cliff Burger.
More about Oil Nut Bay on my blog entitled “Winter in Tropico.”
For our fourth step, we are gonna go out on a limb here and go on a sailing trip! WWhen it comes to British Virgin Islands sailing, the Caribbean ocean provides the world’s greatest waters to navigate. The British Virgin Islands is literally the sailing capital of the World. With over 50 islands and cays to explore, the fun probably will never end.
Another lounging area.
(Pictures provided by Sara S.)
Amazing views Of Prickly Pear Island from our yacht.
Basking in the sun, drifting in the ocean.
Lounging and relaxing in the waters by Cooper Island.
Sailing into the sunset.
Up next is to visit one of our famous National Parks, like the Baths on Virgin Gorda. It is literally one of the most magical and unbelievable sights you will ever lay your eyes on.
Jersey: Pink Dolphin Jersey
Shoes: Nike Roshes
Devil’s Bay at the Baths.
Last but definitely not least. Visit as many beaches as you can while you’re in the British Virgin Islands. Whether it be Rogue’s Bay on Tortola, Savannah Bay on Virgin Gorda, Loblolly Bay on Anegada or White Bay on Jost Van Dyke, just make sure you do it!
Trunk Bay, Tortola, British Virgin Islands.
Rogue’s Bay, Tortola, British Virgin Islands.
White Bay, Jost Van Dyke.
Loblolly Bay, Anegada.
So these are my six main tips on how to do Spring Break “right” in the British Virgin Islands!
I hope you enjoyed this blog and do stay tuned for more!
Love Frankiee <3