Paddling the British Virgin Islands

This summer Everyone’s Travel Club visited the British Virgin Islands. They went kayaking, snorkeling, and exploring around the Islands.

From their blog:

I arrived on the island (Eastern Standard Time) at 2 in the afternoon with two pretty big bags (full of kayaking gear…and inflatable kayak). I woke the next morning and made it down to the ferry dock (Speedy’s). My ferry left St. Thomas, a U.S. Virgin Island, to Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands. It took only a couple of hours and there were other Virgin Islands in view the whole way. On the boat ride I filled out my customs form (using the captain’s pen…the one piece of gear I didn’t bring) and turned it in upon arrival at Virgin Gorda. The kayak in my carry-on made it into the country just fine.

Snorkeling at Little Trunk Bay, Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands

Kayaking the North Sound, Virgin Gorda, BVI

Kayaking from The Baths, Virgin Gorda to the island of Fallen Jerusalem Island

Virgin Gorda B.V.I. – Kayaking at Savannah Bay