We spent our Fourth day sailing in the British Virgin Islands on Virgin Gorda at The Bitter End, and it was by far one of my favorite places in the BVI. In fact, we loved it so much that we didn’t want to leave… so we didn’t – and chose to stay an extra day. We just picked up a mooring ball right in front of the Bitter End Yacht Club (or you can dock your boat there as well) and spent two days in heaven.
In the Bitter End, there are endless activities from windsurfing to scuba diving, snorkeling, kite boarding, stand-up-paddle boarding (SUP), SUP yoga, hiking etc… Of all of these activities however, I chose to do absolutely nothing haha.
From the moment we woke up we spent our entire day lounging on the beach reading, napping and drinking piña coladas (they were kind of the theme of the trip haha). Every now and then we would get up out of the shade or out of the hammock and mosey on down to the water to bury our toes in the wet sand while sitting in the seaside chair or I would go lay out on the floating dock. You kind of can’t beat lazy days in the sand… and sometimes they are just totally needed.
That evening we took our dinghy over to dinner at Saba Rock and sat in their outdoor lounge area on the patio – I got the Chicken Teriyaki Skewers and Ben got the Caribbean Spiced Roasted Chicken and both were incredibly delicious! They also have a really cute boutique there with plenty of cool souvenirs and Mar Y Sol totes.
All in all, next time I head back to the BVI I will definitely be sure to book extra time in The Bitter End in order to have more time to relax, explore and take advantage of all there is to do there.
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