The beach is a busy anchorage with numerous opportunities for snorkeling and water sports.Local West Indians, travelers, and sailors congregate on this well-known beach to soak up the sunshine, socialize, and listen to island music during the evenings and weekends.

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A channel through the center of the reef allows entrance for the many boats that anchor in the turquoise waters.

At the western-most end of Tortola lies Smuggler's Cove, a secluded, sheltered, and undeveloped patch of island that lures beach lovers seeking an escape from the busier resort scene.

Steep hills plunge to this long sweep of dazzling white sand, which is sheltered by a barrier reef.

The reef protects the waters from waves and swells and creates excellent swimming and snorkeling opportunities.

Today the BVI remain a Territory under the British Crown and are world-renowned for their excellent sailing, yachting, chartered boat voyages, many dive sites, and dazzling beaches.

The principal islands are Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke.

Rich in biodiversity, Gorda Peak National Park comprises 107 hectares of semi-rainforest with dry forest cloaking its upper slopes.

The park is home to some rare plants, including six species of native orchids.

The area offers well-protected waters and many anchorages, with every kind of boat and water activity available - diving, sailing, windsurfing, parasailing, jet skiing, water-skiing, glass bottom boats, and trips to secluded beaches.