Resort Islands of the British Virgin Islands
The British Virgin Islands are a diverse group of islands, cays and rocks. Some are very small and some are substantive in size. One thing several have in common, regardless of size, is that many of them make an ideal vacation getaway.
In fact, there are no fewer than 9 idyllic islands, strictly dedicated to those wishing to sample all the Caribbean has to offer.
Some resorts, such as Guana Island (shown above), cater to the who's who crowd, many of whom will be found on the Forbes list. Royalty from all over the world, business magnates and their families, rock stars and other celebrities are the typical guests at these two, very exclusive island getaways.
Other island resorts such as Peter and Scrub Island are a little more accessible to the rest of us, yet are still on the high end of the scale. Each of the above resorts cater largely to land based visitors, though Scrub does make a meaningful effort to attract sailors as well.
Nanny Cay Resort Hotel & Marina, appeals to boating enthusiasts and to those who travel to the BVI for yacht charters. Then there's Cooper Island, Marina Cay and Saba Rock, that cater to both land based visitors and sailors alike. These resorts are more in keeping with the budgetary constraints of the upper middle and middle class vacationers and sailors are made to feel welcome, rather than simply tolerated.
Of course there are more resorts located on other islands such as Tortola and Virgin Gorda, but they are not island entities unto themselves. So we have noted them under the appropriate sections of the islands where the resorts are located.
Nanny Cay Marina