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Take a break in the Beef Island

Beef Island is an island in the British Virgin Islands and connects to the island of Tortola via the Queen Elizabeth Bridge. Its main attraction is its airport that serves Tortola and the rest of the British Virgin Islands.Trellis Bay, a small distance from the airport, is by far the most popular destination in Beef Island and is a bustling town that is known for its water sports, sailing, amazing beach, and overall relaxed atmosphere. Tourists can go shopping, and then relax at a charming coffee shop or restaurant, and spend some time mingling with the friendly locals. As a popular tourist destination, Beef Island has a few great beach resorts to choose from.


Here are some of the top places to visit in Beef Island
  1. The Baths
  2. Peter Island
  3. Cane Garden Bay
  4. Anegada Island
  5. Smuggler’s Cove
Things to do in Beef Island
  1. Go on a road town shore excursion round-trip
  2. Magic Mangrove Paddle in Beef Island Lagoon
  3. Take a Tortola food tasting tour
  4. Learn Surfing in the British Virgin Islands
  5. Go on a hiking tour

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