Tingalayo is a wonderful base from which to visit the more than 50 islands

that make up the BVI and two of the US Virgin Islands.


Whether you are interested in a dive trip to the Wreck of the Rhone, snorkeling the caves, fishing, sailing or just cruising, there is so much to see and explore.

If you are comfortable and knowledgeable about captaining a boat, there are companies that will rent both power boats and day sails. It is, after all, the bareboat capital of the world. If you stay within the Sir Francis Drake Channel, most navigation is by line of sight. The operators can brief you on the restrictions for anchoring, purchase of a National Parks permit for use of the mooring balls, and navigational hazards of the area.

If captaining your own vessel is not your idea of fun, you can charter a boat for the day complete with captain and more.

Still too much? How about joining a group snorkeling trip or group day sail? Or going out Caribbean fly fishing?

If visiting the larger islands and their shores is on your wish list, you can also make use of the many ferries that run from Tortola to the other islands.

With Covid, things are constantly in flux.

Our Property Concierge can help to know what is running and what is not and help you find the right fit.