THIS IS NOT A DREAM, YOU ARE IN PARADISE
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EXCURSIONS

THE BATHS ON VIRGIN GORDA
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Included in the price Round-trip ferry from Road Town to Virgin Gorda.
Free complimentary drinks onboard the vessel.
Free onboard Wi-Fi.
Shuttle transfer to and from the Baths.
ADULTS (12-64 yrs): $38.00
SENIORS (65+ yrs): $28.00
CHILDREN (5-11 yrs): $28.00
INFANTS (1-4 yrs): $8.00 (shuttle transfer)
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About The Baths

The Baths on Virgin Gorda are one of the most popular tourist attractions in the British Virgin Islands. The granite boulders that lay scattered across the beaches are a natural geological wonder, forming small tidal pools, tunnels and natural grottoes.

Important: Care should be taken to check the flags provided by the BVI National Trust before entering the water, as there can be rough swells and occasionally jelly fish in these waters.

Getting to The Baths

Our driver will drop you right at the entrance to The Baths where you can purchase your entrance ticket from the National Parks Kiosk. At the entrance to the trail you will also find the popular "Top of The Baths" eatery, which is a good place to get any last-minute drinks or snacks before making the trek down to The Baths.

To get to The Baths follow the signposted scenic trail which winds its way down almost 1,000 feet. The trail comprises of a desert-like path along with man-made steps and should take around 15 minutes depending on how agile you are.

Exploring The Baths

Aside from the swimming and snorkelling, exploring The Baths is a real adventure. There are so many small caves and grottoes it is unlikely you will be able to get to see all The Baths has to offer in one trip. As well as the hundreds of boulders and pristine beaches, there are numerous small trails to investigate.

On the beach you will find washrooms along with lockers which can be used to store any items while you explore or visit the scenic Devil's Bay.