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Discover the Baths of Virgin Gorda

Departs from The Westin on St. John | Passport required, $65 BVI Customs fee applies

Quick Details

Duration: 8 hours

Time: 7:30 a.m – 3:30 p.m.

Days: Wednesdays & Fridays
(schedule subject to change, online availability is real time)

Departure: The Westin on St. John

Includes: Continental breakfast, a full open bar including soft drinks, beer, wine, and mixed drinks after snorkeling, snorkeling gear and floatation devices, lunch served at The Top of The Baths Restaurant


Virgin Gorda British Virgin Islands

Join us aboard our 60 foot express cruiser for an unforgettable tour of the British Virgin Islands, and one of the most famous destinations in the Caribbean. Beat the crowds with Cruz Bay Watersports and explore “The Baths” of Virgin Gorda & “Caves” of Norman Island.

We start the day with continental breakfast as we cruise to The World Famous Baths of Virgin Gorda. Formed over millions of years, the Batholiths or “Baths” are a series of interconnecting boulder formations creating unique grottos to wander through, and crystal clear waters to explore and relax in. They are truly one of the wonders of the Caribbean, and a must see.

Excited for a lunch at the “Baths”? Well look no farther than Top of the Baths. They will provide an exceptional lunch on your exceptional trip.

After lunch, we head to the Treasure Caves of Norman Island for some amazing snorkeling. Legend has it that the Caves are place where Henry Creque, a local fisherman, discovered what many believe to be gold doubloons from a pilfered Spanish galleon, “Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe.” It is widely believed to be the setting of Robert Louis Stevenson’s book, “Treasure Island”. The Caves are a gorgeous snorkel with friendly fish and three different caves to snorkel through and explore.

Departing the Caves, it’s time for Happy Hour. Enjoy complementary open bar after snorkeling as we cruise back through Sir Francis Drakes Passage and along the coast of St. John returning back to home port at approximately 4:30pm.

Reservations are required as this is a very popular trip. A British Custom’s Fee of $65/passenger will be charged. Valid passports required.