THE WONDERS OF VIRGIN GORDA
In a nutshell 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 in pure Caribbean style, we will raise a toast with a glass of punch at the end of the excursion.
Good to know
- The Baths
- Devil's Bay
- Fabulous beaches and swimming in the sea
- Rum punch or fruit punch
- Our excursion will begin with a sightseeing cruise that will cut through the archipelago's incredible Caribbean waters until we reach Spanish Town, the capital of one the smaller islands, Virgin Gorda.
- We will disembark here and enjoy a comfortable ride on an open-topped safari bus that will take us to the entrance to The Baths, a real natural wonder that will leave us amazed and enchanted.
- 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 natural caves and salt-water pools.
- At the tip of the beach lies a distinctive bar where we can find toilets and some souvenir stalls. This is the perfect opportunity for anyone who needs their shopping fix!
- Another adventurous trail will lead us to a second beach, the picturesque Devil's Bay, also part of a national park that protects its extraordinary features. We will have time to explore the cove here and relax and enjoy the warmth of the Caribbean sun.
- We will return to the small shopping area where we will be offered a rum punch or fruit punch to toast the magic that we have just experienced.
- We will then get back on the ferry and return to the ship.
Good to know
- We recommend that you book early because only a limited number of places are available.
- This excursion does not include a guide.
- Minimum age: 5 years.
- The beach is not equipped.
- This excursion is not recommended for guests who suffer from sea sickness or those with mobility problems.
- To participate in this excursion you must be able to swim.
- We recommend wearing closed plastic shoes to walk along the path that leads to the beach.
- The path to the beach is uneven.