British Virgin Islands Traveller is dedicated to helping the BVI recover by promoting travel and tourism after the hurricanes Irma and Maria. Now in one place there is a complete guide to who will be open for business this season.

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Hot off the press… Long Bay Beach Club Has Been Sold and Will Be Rebuilt!

October 17th, 2018

For all of you who knew and loved the "Old" Long Bay Resort and especially for those that own villas at Long Bay there is finally some good news. I recently received information from a reliable source...

The Sun is Shining, the Water is Clear and the Pink House Villas Await You on JVD!

October 16th, 2018

Just got the following update from the Pink House Villas in White Bay on Jost Van Dyke which sustained considerable damage during Irma. They reported, "The newly renovated Pink House Bougainvillea and...

Golden Pavilion Villa Above Little Bay on Tortola Now Open and Taking Reservations!

October 15th, 2018

Just heard from Allison Tomes at BVI Vacation Villas that Golden Pavilion Villa above Little Bay on Tortola is now open and taking reservations.

October 15th, 2018

Gary Cottreau, owner of Kuralu Catamaran Charters, reached out to remind everyone that they were back in business quickly after Irma. He said, "We have been operating daysails and charters on our yacht...

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Hot Off the Press… Pusser’s is Coming to Myett’s in Cane Garden Bay!

October 14th, 2018

Hot off the press... We just got this major announcement from Val Rhymer, owner of Myett’s in Cane Garden Bay. She has formed a partnership with the owners of Pusser's to open a new Pusser's Restaurant...

Temporary West End Port Facility to Be Ready for Passenger Traffic by Christmas!

October 12th, 2018

A recent article published in the BVI Paltinum News revealed that the Hon. Mark Vanterpool, Minister of Communications and Works announced this week that the temporary West End Ferry Terminal will be up...

Explore the BVI’s Amazing Reefs with BVI Snuba!

October 11th, 2018

BVI Snuba wants you to come and join in on the fun of exploring the BVI’s amazing reefs. With snuba you can dive up to a max depth of 20 ft. with NO bulky equipment on – just mask, fins, regulator...