The British Virgin Islands (BVI) are a sight to behold, lush rolling hillsides, white sand beaches bordered by crystal clear blue water. For all the beauty above the water, there is just as much beauty below. The BVI underwater landscape is filled with coral reefs, dramatic walls and shipwrecks. A wonderland for divers and snorkeling enthusiasts. Who wants to get wet!

Whom better to tell us about the BVI under water world than a company that spends everyday on the water. One of my favorite VI blogs is from the good people at Pirate’s Paradise Adventures. They just wrote a great post describing their favorite places to dive and snorkel. Here are the spots that made their list.

  1. Wreck of the RMS Rhone
  2. The Indians
  3. Angelfish Reef
  4. Blonde Rock
  5. Painted Walls

Click here to read where these are located and what type of things you can expect to find at each spot. 5 of our Favorite Dive & Snorkel Sites in the British Virgin Islands

I have a confession. I am not yet dive certified. I should be slapped and whipped like a mule I know. It’s on my list, just have to find the time.

I know a lot of you Castaways have been BVI island hopping, exploring above and below the water. Leave a comment below and tell us your top dive and snorkel spots in the British Virgin Islands. Are any of the spots listed on your list?


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  1. Morgan Locke March 12, 2014 at 4:34 pm

    Let’s not forget about “The Playground” off of the north side of Little Jost van Dyke aka Green Cay. It’s a rock and boulder site, and you can see a plethora of local fish there as there are alcoves that shelter the local sea life. Lots of rays, tarpon, and nurse sharks.

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    RumShopRyan March 13, 2014 at 11:20 am

    Thanks Morgan!

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