The British Virgin Islands are famous around the world for its sailing waters.
With consistent winds, clear blue water, sunshine every day and islands close enough to navigate by sight, the BVI is a sailor’s paradise.
The beaches of the British Virgin Islands come in all shapes and sizes. Sebastian’s Hotel is on a lovely stretch of white sand beach, called the Little Apple Bay, perfect for a tranquil sunset walk. The western end, fringed with palms and sea grapes, offers greater solitude and good swimming.
One of the best water sports when it comes to making a splash in our turquoise waters.
Surfing and Paddle boarding are quickly becoming a favorite activity along our beach.
Our year-round trade winds allow for great windsurfing and kite boarding experiences.
In the British Virgin Islands, there is much to explore with just a snorkel and mask at one of the many incomparable dive sites around 60 islands and cays.
From the world-class dive site on the wreck of the R.M.S. Rhone (featured in the movie “The Deep”) to the colourful reefs that abound in the BVI waters, scuba divers can’t get enough of it.
Full Moon Parties
If you are lucky enough to be in Tortola during a full moon, please take a 2 minute stroll down from your room to Bomba’s Surf Side Shack
It’s easy to spot. The street is filled with partygoers and lights and the smells of local food. Dance to the live tunes of the local reggae band, and while you’re at it have a few sips of Bomba’s famous mushroom tea. You will be thankful that you’re so close to home.
At Sebastian’s your choices are varied for that tranquil experience, lounge on one for the many lounge chairs on the property while reading a good book or sunbathe, stretch and just breathe while sipping a frosty drink.
Who knows, while viewing our stunning sunset you may just capture the seldom seen green flash on your lens.