Road Town, Tortola, B.V.I. Cruise Port
When cruising to Road Town, Tortola in the British Virgin Islands, it’s really up to you how you want to spend your time. Whether it’s relaxing on a secluded sandy beach or venturing out into the town to sample one of its delicious restaurants, the choice is yours. Choose from numerous other activities such as diving, swimming, snorkeling, fishing and sailing in turquoise waters. Found along the Road Harbor, you will find the most intact historic site that was built by the Dutch in the early 1600s. Sitting on a hill at the western edge, it is now the site of a hotel and restaurant with an amazing view of the rest of the island. There are many unique historic sites that can be found on the island as well as the more modern town center filled with pastel colors and lively people. Below, we have listed a few of our favorite things to do while cruising to Road Town, Tortola, B.V.I.:
Call onto your adventurous side and explore the underwater world of Road Town through diving and snorkeling its crystal clear waters.
Visit the Old Government House Museum where the building is now filled with artifacts and furniture from Tortola’s past.
Hike along Sage Mountain National Park where you will reach the highest peak in the BVI to see the amazing view of the island.
Shop in the Crafts Alive Market where colorful West Indian-styled buildings are filled with items made in Tortola.