The United States Virgin Islands is in recovery. After surviving back-to-back Category 5 Hurricanes, we are ready for a few cruise ship visitors! We know the concern is, “What is there to do now?” after so much damage. We have a perfect idea: get on the water and see the turtles with Mojo!
You’ve booked your tickets to the US Virgin Islands. You’ve started reading up on things to do in the Virgin Islands.
The one thing that keeps coming up: renting a boat to go to the British Virgin Islands.
If you’ve been out with Aqua Blue Charters in the BVI, you know, we love White Bay, Jost Van Dyke. This beach is stunning white sand and turquoise water with a back drop of palm trees and beach bars. There is a reason it’s our most popular stop on our boat trips to the BVI, and it just got a little better.
Introducing: Hendo’s Hideout
Snorkeling is one of our favorite things to do during a boat day in the Virgin Islands – there’s a reason why all of our boats come with snorkel gear!
There is so much to see and appreciate in our clear waters while snorkeling in the Virgin Islands. There are tropical fish, underwater rock formations, the coral reef, soft coral colonies, rays, worms and more! Wait, worms?
We do a lot of boating in the Virgin Islands – in fact, that’s what this blog is all about! But what are the other things to do while visiting St. Thomas?
There are some amazing restaurants and bars to visit, there’s shopping, beach hopping (via car) and there are petroglyphs on Botany Bay. Yes, petroglyphs on St. Thomas!
For one man on a 3.5 square mile island in the British Virgin Islands, he certainly is famous.
Captains get this question all of the time from first time snorkelers in the Caribbean, “Are there sharks?” In honor of Shark Week, here’s our answer.