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Christmas / New Years Villa Rental BVI

Christmas / New Years Villa Rental BVI on Virgin Gorda IslandLeverick Bay Villas

Its not too late to escape the frosty winter cold and head to the warm sunny British Virgin Islands for Christmas  / New Years!

Anniversary House (4 bedroom) is now available from December 15 – January 31.

Anniversary House Villa is located in Leverick Bay, Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands

*7 night minimum

Virgin Gorda is the second largest island in the BVI, Virgin Gorda means “fat Virgin,” so named by Columbus for its shape as seen on the sea’s horizon. The island, of volcanic origin, is made up of several distinctly different areas: the mountainous center, the location of Gorda Peak National Park, the North Sound, the Beach Coast, The Baths, and the Valley (which is the island’s main habitation)..MORE

Read Top 7 Things to do on Virgin Gorda

New Film Series about the British Virgin Islands

Happy New Year from BVI Yacht Charter Sophisticated Lady

2014 rings in a new year and a New Film Series about the Music, Culture, and People of the British Virgin Islands

The Crew of  ‘Sophisticated Lady’ has been busy sailing and filming with all kinds of great guests on-board, and have many new things in store for you for 2014! [Read more…]

Christmas in the British Virgin Islands

 Christmas in the British Virgin Islands

Nanny Cay Aerial

Nanny Cay Aerial

Christmas in the British Virgin Islands is a very special time. Like most British or former British Territories from mid-December or earlier the Christmas celebrations begin with decorations and company parties. Families begin to prepare  Guavaberry which is local Christmas drink made from the guavaberry fruit.  Black cake is prepared and sold in the supermarkets. There is excitement and anticipation in the air. Christmas Eve is the candlelight midnight mass at most churches. Christmas Day is the gift unwrapping day followed by Christmas lunch and family time all day long. As is the British tradition the day after Christmas Day is Boxing Day. Boxing Day is another holiday and most people tend to visit friends and family with lots of food and drink wherever you go. A beautiful time.

Merry Christmas!!

Antilles Helicopter Aerial photo of the BVI

Antilles Helicopter Photo – BVI