||Imagine Exploring the BVI
on your own personal Rally ATV
(All Terrain Vehicle).
Rally ATV’s are loads fun, safe, and fully automatic.
Breathtaking scenery of the Caribbean from 500ft above sea level
is spectacular. If you enjoy the thrills of exploring, adventure,
history, and panoramic views of the U.S. & British Virgin
Islands, this tour is for you!!!
The adventure begins as we ascend Saddle Hill, which rises 372 ft
above sea level over looking JVD’s rugged north side shores,
as you look back an astounding view of Great Tobago Island and the
Atlantic Ocean can be seen. We venture along a gradually ascending
off-road trail that takes us up another 150ft to Seville Hill, at
the summit the magnificent and stunning view of the Caribbean Sea
and Atlantic Ocean can be seen from this vantage point.
Passing Man O War Hill, we descend into the main settlement of Great
Harbor, passing wild goats as they graze and dart throughout the hilly
countryside. In town we stop by a church built in 1925 and the police,
custom, and immigration office which is located in the center of town.
The estimated population of JVD is 200, so don’t worry about
1/2 Island Tour
The journey continues eastward along the southern shoreline road that
rises a mere 150ft above sea level, A remarkable panoramic view of
Tortola’s Northern Shore, St. John mountainous ridges, and St.
Thomas eastern shores can be seen. The Beautiful Pristine water of
the Caribbean Sea is dotted w/ modern day explorers sailing in search
of Caribbean treasures.
As we approach Beasli Hill which stretches 200ft above sea level the
view is nothing short of spectacular. Looking ahead East South East,
Sandy Cay appears like an oasis in the middle of the Caribbean Sea.
Less than a 1/4 mile long this islet is one of the many awesome vistas
you will take in on your tour. Owned by the Rockefeller family the
Cay is a popular anchorage for charter yachts and pleasure boats alike.
Next stop is Garner Bay also known as “Little Harbor”,
get ready for a pit stop at Sidney’s Peace & Love Bar on
of the islands best watering holes. A local family owned self-serve
Bar …. all the ingredients you need to make the beverage of
your choice is at your fingertips. JVD is also known for it’s
Caribbean cuisine …. seafood dishes such as fresh buttered lobster
and steamed fish.
At Beasli Hill 200ft above ground level the view is nothing short
of spectacular, ahead lies Diamond Cay, Green Cay, and Little Jost
Van Dyke. We are now only minutes away from the eastern most point
of JVD. Within 5 minutes we are at idle looking over at the place
were William Thornton, the Architect of the U.S. Capital building
and the Octagon(Washington D.C) was born. The water between Jost Van
Dyke and Little Jost Van Dyke is less then two feet in some areas
inviting one to wade across for a closer look. But, alas it’s
time to scramble back to camp, and enjoy some sun, sea and sand.
Mountain Bike tour Trails
Trek Mountain Bike tours are great way to stay in shape and
explore the island while on vacation. From novice to experienced cyclist
JVD offers a wide range of trails off and on road. Trek Mountain Bikes
are state of the art and have front shocks to absorb some of life’s
little bumps in the road.
These trails explore some of the same mountainous trails
that ATV’s travel (See ATV Tours). This tour is designed for
experienced off road cyclist and enthusiast. Must be in good physical
shape and an experienced cyclist.
The on-road trails are just as much fun but not as demanding.
Cycle tours from White Bay to Great harbor takes approximately 30
minutes and offer spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea. Take your
leisure time and explore the island at your own pace. Environmentally
friendly, cost effective and fun for everyone
have journeyed from West to East and explored every village in between,
an experience and adventure you will never forget…