Marina Cay, British Virgin Islands
Categories: Islands, Nature & Parks
At Marina Cay, the shallow, ever-warm ocean offers a quiet and serene getaway. As a relatively small island, its unspoiled nature makes it suitable for families with children. Enjoy snorkeling and scuba diving, or explore the colorful sea life in the crystal clear water of the lagoon. Taste the cuisine of the local award-winning restaurant, and ask locals about the island's history. It was uninhabited until 1937, when author Robb White settled there and used it as the setting for his novel "Two on the Isle." Plan your visit to Marina Cay and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our British Virgin Islands tour planner.
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My wife and I spent 8 days on this wonderful Island. Cindy was the Best host and the snorkeling is unreal. We had the island to ourselves. The only down side, If there is one, is that you really have ... read more »
A pretty place to moor a boat - and due to the number of mooring bouys there are normally spaces free. This is worth remembering if you try and go to Cooper Island and they're full! You can dinghy in ... read more »
2 nights at this nice spot close to Beef Island airport (not noisy). Fueling, water and ice docking to the ferry place is convenient. Great Pusser's bar/restaurant and even hotel at the top of this sm... read more »
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