The most common forms of British Virgin Island holidays and festivals include music festivals, sailing regattas, and monthly complete moon celebrations. No event, however, is more significant than the territory’s version of Carnival, the most renowned of Caribbean celebrations. The BVI Summer Festival takes place in August to commemorate the abolition of slavery in 1834.
The majority of restaurants in the British Virgin Islands may be found in Tortola, Jost Van Dyke, and Virgin Gorda. The even smaller island of Anegada, on the other hand, has the finest lobster in the BVI, if not the entire Caribbean. Bread packed with meat or vegetables is the most popular local delicacy, aside from fish.
The British Virgin Islands has 21 national parks, each having unique scenery and a wide range of attractions despite their tiny size. Around its eponymous 1,800-foot summit, the highest point in the Virgin Islands, Tortola’s Sage Mountain includes what remains of the world’s biggest natural rainforest.