The British Virgin Islands consist of a group of over sixty islands, islets and cays and is located at the northwestern extreme of the Leeward Islands of the Lesser Antilles.
12-13 hours via Antigua
British nationals do not need visas to visit the BVI
The British Virgin Islands, lying about 1,000 miles from the equator, enjoy tropical warm, balmy conditions year round. And, as such, doesn’t really have “seasons”.
Winter time is set by what some call “high season,” a term used to signify the busy time of the year for the highest number of visitors. December 15 through to April 15 is the high season, with the weather being at its best, especially for those coming from the frigid temperatures back home.
Pre-high season begins around mid November with the daytime temperatures around 85 F and lowering to the mid 70’s at night.
Come summer time, around June, things begin to change into the warmer temperatures. Temperatures tend to go into the high 80’s during the day and dropping to the high 70’s at night. Keep in mind that the trade winds that come off the African coast keep the humidity factor way down.
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