Sandy Cay, British Virgin Islands
Categories: Islands, Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
If you’re cruising the ocean by boat, make sure you stop at the uninhabited island paradise of Sandy Cay. You can practically maroon yourself on the picturesque desert island, with its white sands, lush palms, and clear blue waters. Experience the peace and quiet of the island and stroll along the untouched sands. There are no amenities here, so bring your own water, refreshments and food to enjoy a picnic on the sand. Make sure you take your rubbish with you. To visit Sandy Cay and other attractions in British Virgin Islands, use our British Virgin Islands tour planner.
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Went there as part of our Tortola Beaches tour with St Thomas Boar Rental. Out of the way secluded and not crowded beach in Tortola, crystal clear turquoise waters and white sandy beach. Recomended.
We went to Sandy Cay on our last visit to the BVI. If you look for a natural habitat place to visit without the busy tourist this is the beach to go. You have to bring everything but is worth the visi... read more »
We came here today with Good Day charters, and had an unreal time! It was so cool to find a place like this in what seemed like the middle of nowhere. We spent a good deal of time here snorkeling, swi... read more »
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