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Jost Van Dyke
Jost Van Dyke (named after a Dutch pirate) is the Western most island in the BVI. It's highest peak rises to 1,070 feet giving an all embracing vista of the harbors of this serene wonderland. The largest settlement is at Great Harbor, which is famous for Foxy's beach bar, one of the most popular spots in the world for New Year's Eve.


Sandy Cay
Sandy Cay is one of the smallest islands to the west of Tortola. With it's natural botanical gardens, sweeping panoramic views and long white beaches, is a tiny pearl in the ocean. Laurence Rockerfeller donated the island to the British Government as a national park, with the proviso that it stay in it's native state.
Sandy Spit
Aside from being everyone's idea of the perfect tropical island, Sandy Spit has good snorkeling and is a fair anchorage and is every photographers' fantasy.