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    Sightseeing, Swimming, Tasting

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When geology and nature happily combine, the result is extraordinary beauty, which is what we will find at the beaches known as The Baths and Devil's Bay, where a host of spectacular caves and natural pools appear between imposing boulders. And to get our strength back, we will top off this fabulous experience with a snack and a cool drink.

What we will see
  • Sightseeing cruise
  • The Baths
  • Devil's Bay
  • Fabulous beaches and swimming in the sea
  • Snack and cool drink

What we will do
  • Our excursion will begin with a scenic trip across Sir Francis Drake Channel on a high-speed ferry, which will offer us views of the string of wonderful islands in the archipelago.
  • We will head to Spanish Town, the capital of the smaller island, Virgin Gorda, where we will disembark to drive to our destination.
  • Typical local vehicles will take us to the entrance to The Baths, an awe-inspiring natural wonder.
  • We will set off along a narrow path that leads to a white sand beach with turquoise waters, framed by huge, round granite boulders, mysterious caves and natural sea-water pools.
  • Another adventurous trail will lead us to a second beach, the picturesque Devil's Bay, also part of a nature park that protects its extraordinary features.
  • At the end of our time in this idyllic spot, we will head to a local restaurant where we will be offered a snack and a cool drink so that we can have a nice rest before returning to the ferry that will be waiting to take us back to the port.

What you need to know
  • This excursion does not include a guide.
  • Information will be provided by the crew on the boat and assistants at the beach in English.
  • We recommend that you book early because only a limited number of places are available.
  • The beach is not equipped.
  • This excursion is not recommended for guests with mobility problems or those who suffer from sea sickness.
  • You must be able to swim.
  • We recommend wearing comfortable, robust shoes to walk along the path that leads to the beach.
  • Do not forget to bring swimwear, a towel, sunglasses and sun cream.