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Your Guide to BVI Luxury Villas

The British Virgin Islands (BVI) are a set of over 50 islands and cays. The main islands are Tortola, Virgin Gorda, and Jost van Dyke, but there are also plenty of smaller and even private islands to explore. BVI luxury villas can be found across these islands and offer an unparalleled level of beauty and privacy.

Following the tourism boom of the mid-20th century, BVI became a popular spot thanks to its stunning landscapes and tropical climate. BVI luxury villas started cropping up around that time, with the first being private residences.

Today, BVI luxury villas are available for rent and are the finest accommodation on the islands.

Renting a BVI luxury villa is easy with Rental Escapes. First, find your travel dates and party size. From there, your Rental Escapes villa specialist will present you with the best available villa options. After, your concierge customizes your trip, including transportation, chef service, boat charters, excursions, and more.

BVI Villa Rentals

BVI luxury villas are located on some of the most beautiful parts of these islands. And for a destination known for its stunning, unspoiled landscapes, that’s really saying something.

The majority of BVI luxury villas are on Tortola and Virgin Gorda, but there are also plenty on smaller islands and cays. This includes private islands like Necker Island and Buck Island.

No matter where you go, you can expect a high level of service and amenities. And because our BVI luxury villas are independently owned and constructed, you’ll also find distinct interior and exterior designs and unique details.

Luxury Villas in Tortola

Tortola is the largest and most populated island in BVI, offering a perfect match of tranquillity and vibrancy. Luxury villas in Tortola epitomize this combination with their privacy, style, and high-end amenities. They include:

Ariana: Located on the southwestern tip of the island by Smuggler’s Cove, the wonderfully private Arianna is a great example of Tortola’s versatility. As you marvel at the views of the Atlantic, you’ll feel like you’re a world away. Take a 15-minute drive, though, and you'll be at Soper’s Hole Marina, with its many shops, restaurants, and ferries. This makes Ariana a perfect base for island hopping.

My All: Comprised of three bungalows on beautiful Trunk Bay Beach, My All is a perfect choice for groups of family and friends travelling together. It’s one of the rare spots where you can catch both the sunrise and the sunset over BVI. Relax in the jacuzzi by the rocks, stroll through the beautifully landscaped garden, jump in the pool, or relax by the beach. The possibilities are endless.

Outer Banks: With views over Jost van Dyke and Brewers Bay, the verandas of Outer Banks are sure to see some of your vacation’s most precious memories. An untouched location makes these views, and this villa, possible. It’s all complemented by 5 well-appointed bedrooms, traditional West-Indian styling, modern amenities, and direct beach access. Magic.

Luxury Villas in Virgin Gorda

Known for its peaceful tranquillity and stunning landscapes, including its world-famous Baths, Virgin Gorda is easily one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean. Luxury villas in Virgin Gorda are the best way to appreciate that beauty, right from your doorstep. They include:

Baraka Point: Sitting on the edge of Virgin Gorda’s western coast, Baraka Point is an unmatched choice for special events like weddings or corporate retreats. The Balinese style evokes a feeling of Zen, while the staff takes care of your every need. All you have to do is take it all in.

Sandcastle: Right on the beach on Mahoe Bay, Sandcastle is a true Caribbean beach villa. It features distinct Caribbean styling, giving it an authentic sense of place. Take a dip in the stone pool, unwind in the garden jacuzzi, or dine alfresco. This is paradise.

Euphoria: Hillside on Leverick Bay along Virgin Gorda’s northern coast, Euphoria benefits from one of the most scenic and secluded locations in BVI. With a variety of bedroom configurations and a separate studio apartment, it’s perfect for families.

Oil Nut Bay Villas

Set on Virgin Gorda’s east coast, Oil But Bay is a secluded community featuring lush green hills and pristine beaches. Oil Nut Bay villas further this sense of seclusion with their luxurious privacy and match it with modern amenities and resort facilities. They include:

The Beach House: Beachfront on Oil Nut Bay, the Beach House is the ultimate blend of European luxury and fine beach living. Impeccably furnished inside and out, it features a large beachfront infinity pool, a fire pit, and, a private stretch of beach to call your own. This is as good as it gets.

Bella Beach Villa: Bella Beach Villa is a beachfront stunner on Oil Nut Bay’s protected waters. Its marine theme gives it a unique character inside and out. Its manicured lawns offer the perfect place to take a stroll. And its private stretch of beach is where you’ll probably spend most of your time and make some of life’s most precious memories.

Cliff Penthouse Suite: Easily one of BVI’s most romantic rentals, Cliff Penthouse Suite promises a world of privacy and seclusion for you and your beloved. It features a wraparound terrace and a private infinity pool, a soaking tub, and floor-to-ceiling windows, all overlooking the life-affirming ocean views. It’s the perfect scene for an unforgettable getaway.

BVI Villas FAQ

What are the Entry Requirements for BVI?

To enter BVI you need a valid passport. A tourist visa is not required if you’re travelling from the US, UK, EU, Canada, Australia, or New Zealand. Visitors from other countries may require a valid tourist visa. You may also need to show proof of accommodation upon entry.

How to Travel to the British Virgin Islands?

BVI’s main airport is Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport (EIS) on Beef Island, Tortola. Flying here is the easiest way to reach BVI.
Travellers may also choose to fly into Cyril E. King Airport on St. Thomas, USVI, and take a ferry to Tortola. Ferries are also available from St. John and from Puerto Rico. The ferry from USVI takes about 1 hour, while the ferry from Puerto Rico takes 1.5-2 hours.
Your Rental Escapes concierge can assist with airport transfers, flights, and ferry tickets.

How to Get Around BVI?

If you’re staying on Virgin Gorda or Tortola, then the best way to get around is by rental car, taxi, or private driver. Driving is easy and safe in BVI, and a rental car will let you see more of the island at your own pace. Boat charters are also a great way to explore the island.
Your Rental Escapes concierge can assist with rental cars, private drivers, taxis, boat charters and any other transportation you may need.

What are the British Virgin Islands Known for?

The British Virgin Islands are known for their stunning natural landscapes. This includes unspoiled pristine beaches with white sand and crystal-clear waters. It also includes stunning land formations like the Baths, with its giant boulders and natural grottos. BVI also has some great snorkelling thanks to its protected coral reefs. With its 50 cays and islands, it’s also a great destination for sailing and island hopping.

When’s the Best Time to Visit BVI?

High season in BVI runs from December to April. For many, this will be the best time to visit BVI. High season sees the mildest weather, and everything is open and ready to go. The weather is also great for sailing, snorkelling, and swimming.
Shoulder season in BVI runs from May-July and September-November. For some, shoulder season will be the best time to visit BVI. The weather at this time is still great, but there is increased humidity. There’s also a higher chance of showers in the afternoons. Tourist numbers are down, though, and deals are better. The water’s also warmer.
Low season in BVI runs from August-mid September. This is hurricane season, and though the chance of a hurricane is low, there is a higher chance of rain. Crowds are at their lowest and deals are at their best. Do be aware, though, that some activities, shops, or restaurants may be closed.

Best Things to do in BVI?

Explore the Baths: With their labyrinth of caves, pools, and grottos, the Baths are a BVI icon. Spend a day exploring these natural land formations. You won’t find them anywhere else.
Go island hopping: With over 50 cays and islands, BVI is a perfect destination to explore by boat. Your Rental Escapes concierge is happy to arrange a boat charter for you.
Visit Anegada: BVI’s only coral atoll, Anegada features a stunning beach with turquoise waters and abundant marine life. It’s a great place to snorkel, or just relax.

Is BVI Safe?

Yes, BVI is one of the safest destinations in the Caribbean. It has a low crime rate, and extra precautions are taken to ensure the safety of visitors. BVI luxury villas also have their own safety protocols in place. Be sure to ask your villa specialist if you have any concerns.

How is BVI Food?

BVI food is a great mix of Caribbean and international influences. You can find everything from casual to fine dining. In general, expect a big focus on fresh ingredients and, of course, plenty of fresh seafood.
Some classic Caribbean dishes you can expect to find include conch fritters, fish and fungi, roti, and curries.
In terms of seafood, expect grilled lobster, fish tacos, shrimp, crab, and conch prepared in a variety of ways.
Your Rental Escapes concierge can also arrange private chef service and villa pre-stocking on any BVI luxury villa stay.

How’s the Weather in BVI?

BVI benefits from a tropical climate, with warm winters and hot, humid summers. The weather can be broken down into dry season and wet season.
Dry season runs from December to April. It sees low humidity, little rainfall, and sunny skies. Average temperatures are 24-29°C (75-84°F), and average rainfall is 30-60mm (1-2.4in).
Wet season runs from May to November. This season sees higher humidity and an increased chance of showers. Average temperatures are 26-32°C (79-90°F) and average rainfall is 70-150mm (2.8-5.9in).

Book a BVI Luxury Villa with Rental Escapes

If you’re hoping to visit this beautiful part of the Caribbean, Rental Escapes can elevate your BVI villa rental into a true luxury experience.

Our portfolio includes the finest BVI luxury villas, including villas in Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Necker Island, and more.

Your Rental Escapes reservations expert can find the best villa for your group, and your concierge personalizes your trip to create the ultimate BVI villa experience.

Contact us today to reserve your next dream holiday!

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