TOP: STRIPE CROPPED TANK | SHORTS: HIGH WAISTED WHITE SHORTS (LAST SEEN HERE) | SHOES: STRIPE VANS | CLUTCH: TOMMY BAHAMA POUCH | HAT: PANAMA HAT | SUNGLASSES: CELINE (SIMILAR METAL BAR SUNGLASSES) | BANGLES: ALEX AND ANI BANGLES
If you are visiting the Virgin Islands, one place you must see are The Baths on the north shore of the island of Virgin Gorda! Unique granite boulders are situated on the beach which created sheltered sea pools and cool tunnels and caves.
You can’t take your dinghy to the shore so we tied ours up on the roped buoy’s and swam in… so no clothes necessary (and PS I don’t recommend shoes either because they just make it harder to scale the rocks… your feet will give you a way better grip). Anyway, once you reach the beach, you will find a cool trail that takes you through the tunneled boulders and we just explored our way to the most beautiful white sandy beach (Devil’s Bay) where we spent the afternoon swimming and snorkeling.
Just a tip, if you are going to visit The Baths, which, you absolutely should, I highly recommend going early in the morning to avoid the crowds – it will help make your experience all that much more magical. Nothing ruins an experience like a buttload of tourists – plus, the tunnels are tight and it would get annoying to have to wait for people to come out before you can enter. Also, if you are wanting to preserve your experience like we did by bringing your phones and cameras, be sure to protect them with a dry bag for your swim in to the beach (we got this one).
You can’t moor overnight at The Baths since it is a national park, so after we spent enough time there soaking in the beauty, we sailed on to The Bitter End to grab an overnight mooring ball and find some dinner ashore.
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Be sure to stay tuned for more on The Bitter End and a recap of our fourth day sailing in the BVI!
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