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Road Town Reviews, British Virgin Islands

 
    's mapPlanning a trip to Road Town, British Virgin Islands? Unless it's not your first visit there, it's sure you have a ton of questions you want to ask about the whats, wheres and whos of Road Town. Well, you're in luck, because we have an incredibly helpful community of veteran travelers that often share their experiences in the locations they visit and we have a couple of these user-written reviews on Road Town as well. You can check them out below and remember, if you want additional information on Road Town or any other destination, feel free to ask our team about it or post a question in our forum section.

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Recent reviews for Road Town

The attractions of Tortola - Sep 16, 2008, by lindamura
Tortola, a mountainous island of 62-sq.-km, is the largest of the British Virgin Islands. THE CITY Road Town, located on the south coast of Tortola island, is the capital of the British Virgin Islands. Comprising the Government House,... Read more »

Enjoying yourself on Guana Island - Feb 26, 2008, by lindamura
Guana Island is situated in the British Virgin Islands, right north of Tortola. It is a private island. The island got its name from a rock formation from the western coast whose shape resembled an iguana. With its interesting history which... Read more »

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If you are interested in ninety-nine per cent exotic wild life and natural wonders and only little signs of civilization, the island called Anegada is a good option. One of the smallest of the British Virgin islands, located 30 miles east of Tortola and being inhabited by no more than 250 people, Anegada is surrounded by one of the world’s largest coral reefs-the famous Horseshoe Reef, the legendary corner where hundreds of ships are supposed to have wrecked either due to the unfriendly weather or because they fell under the siege of the pirates.... Read more »

 
 
 

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