British Virgin Islands: The Baths on Virgin Gorda

The Baths National Park (together with the nearby Devil’s Bay) is easily the most spectacular area in the entire British Virgin Islands. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage site for its stunning natural beauty. The coastline is peppered with massive granite boulders up to 40 feet in diameter that you could explore and snorkel around. The landscape and scenery are very similar to the Seychelles Islands and I wouldn’t be able to tell the difference on a first glance. Besides the boulders, there are strips of fine yellow sands and super crystal clear water to explore. Climbing up above the beach, you get a wide panorama of the boulders, the water, and the faraway islands.