Fort Burt Hotel
P.O. Box 3380, Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islandshttp://www.fortburt.com(284) 494-2587Featuring free WiFi, an outdoor pool and a terrace, Fort Burt Hotel offers accommodation in Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant and bar. Free private parking is available on site. Each room has a flat screen TV. Views of the sea, mountains or city are featured in all rooms. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hair dryer. There is room service at the property.
Brandywine Bay Restaurant
Tortola, British Virgin Islandshttp://www.brandywinerestaurant.com(284) 495-2301The restaurant is located in the historic Brandywine Estate located on Tortola's southern coast overlooking the Sir Francis Drake Channel.
Le Grand Café
Road Town, British Virgin Islands(284) 494-8660What use to be Le Cabanon has now been transformed into Le Grand Cafe!! Fantastic French food served during lunch and dinner hours. Reservations preferred. In addition, the late night bar still exists with entertainment on the weekends.
Pusser's Road Town Pub
Main Street, Across from the Ferry Dock, Road Town, British Virgin Islandshttps://www.pussers.com(284) 494-3897Overlooking Road Harbor on the waterfront in the heart of Road Town the capital, Pusser's has long been Tortola's meeting place for locals and visitors alike.
Noel Lloyd (P.A.M.) Park
Road Town, British Virgin Islandshttp://www.bvitourism.com/activity/noel-lloyd-positive-action-movement-parkThis park symbolizes the struggle and opposition of locals to the Bates Hill Agreement which would have prevented locals from accessing this area except for jobs as servants. - See more at: http://www.bvitourism.com/activity/noel-lloyd-positive-action-movement-park#sthash.FQUf3M0O.dpuf
J.R. O'Neal Botanical Garden
Botanic Road, Road Town, British Virgin Islandshttp://www.bvinationalparkstrust.org(284) 494-3904The National Parks Trust and the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew have partnered in the establishment of a permanent collection of threatened and endangered species of plants of the Virgin Islands at the J.R. O'Neal Botanic Gardens.
Mountain Healthy National Park
Tortola, British Virgin Islandshttp://www.bvitourism.com/activity/mount-healthy-national-parkMount Healthy on Tortola features the intact remains of a thickly walled stone windmill, once part of an 18th century sugar plantation. It is the only such windmill on Tortola.
We Be Divin'
Nibbs Street, Road Town, British Virgin Islandshttp://www.bviscubadive.com(284) 494-4320Come and scuba dive the warm Caribbean waters of the British Virgin Islands. We Be Divin' can help you with all your diving needs in the beautiful British Virgin Islands.
Blue Water Divers
Tortola, British Virgin Islandshttp://www.bluewaterdiversbvi.com(284) 494-2847Come dive the fabulous "Blue Water" of the British Virgin Islands. Let Blue Water Divers BVI make your scuba diving vacation a truly memorable experience.
Dolphin Discovery Tortola
Road Town, British Virgin Islandshttp://www.dolphindiscovery.com/tortola/tortola-location-overview.asp(866) 393-5158If you want to live an unforgettable experience on your vacation, pick one of our swim with dolphins interactive programs. There’s no better way to discover our charming marine mammals.
Sail Caribbean Divers
Waterfront Drive, Parham Town, British Virgin Islandshttp://www.sailcaribbeandivers.com(284) 495-1675We carry a full line of high quality, modern rental equipment for scuba diving and other water sports activities. Let us help you prepare to enjoy an adventure like none other. We’re outfitted to help you make a splash.
Sage Mountain National Park
Tortola, British Virgin Islandshttp://www.bvitourism.com/activity/sage-mountain-national-parkAs the first National Park in the BVI, Sage Mountain represents the beginning of conservation in the territory. Through a generous donation from Laurance Rockefeller, the land at Sage Mountain was purchased from farmers and given to the BVI Government as a national park.
Pickenin Road, Road Town, British Virgin Islandshttp://www.bvitourism.com/activity/virgin-islands-folk-museum#sthash.aL9p9Mmx.dpufLocated on Main Street just past The Sir Oliva Georges Plaza, the Virgin Island Folk Museum has some Arawak and Carib pottery and stone tools, including a decorated spindle, wreck of The Rhone and H.M.S. Nymph artefacts, plantation items and reef conservation information.