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Anegada or the "drowned island" is completely surrounded by shallow reefs, and has become the focal point of underwater diving due to the many historic shipwrecks that litter the island's underwater depths.
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Went on a day trip from Tortola, for the Lobster festival so island was packed by there standards LOL. Went to the museum and to see the pink flamingos and also the iguana sanctuary all were very interesting especially the museum. The flamingo's we're about...More
If you are looking for huge shopping and Four Seasons accommodations then go elsewhere. If you are looking for a memorable sail to an absolutely chill destination with chill real people then go to Anegada. There are motor bikes but as we anticipated drinking opted...More
Visited this beautiful island whilst sailing in the BVI before the hurricane so a bit aof a late review. After navigating through the reef all around the island we finally anchored to spend the day on the beach at loblolly bay, we saw marlin jumping...More
I went here for a day trip when i was visiting Tortola. It is a very very small island. Does't take long for you to actually see the entire island. I don't remember where we ate but it's the islands...all food is fresh and delicious!...More
Great place to visit for a Wonderful lobster dinner! Take extreme caution approaching the Island and watch for shallow reefs. Highly recommend the tour of the Island. Dennis was a great taxi driver. He delivered us to Loblolly Bay for an afternoon of snorkeling and...More
Great stop and worth the 3 hour sail from VG. Took the cab ride to Big Bamboo and Loblolly Bay. Marlin came out to guide us through the channel but its pretty straightforward. Great little, quiet island.