Sage Mountain, Tortola
Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
Climb to the top of the 523 m (1,716 ft) mountain summit as you trek through lush green rainforest at Sage Mountain. The national park, established in 1994, covers approximately 96 acres (39 ha), and provides visitors with twelve marked trails. Follow the Mahogany Forest trail, which leads to the top of Mount Sage. Or, hike across the Henry Adams trail, which will take you to the best preserved parts of the forest. As you make your way through the nature reserve, find plant life such as mahogany trees, elephant ear vines, fig trees, and white cedar trees. Local animal life includes hermit crabs, red-tailed hawks, mountain doves, and pearly-eyed thrashers. Using our online itinerary creator, British Virgin Islands attractions like Sage Mountain can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Go for the hike and the beautiful views -- stay for the banana smoothie and conversation with Jim. We learned more about the island, it's culture and history while sipping our smoothies talking with J... read more »
We drove here, didn't take long to get there. We walked up a very big hill to start and then is levells off a bit. Very humid so make sure you take a bottle of water. Walk can take a few hours and the... read more »
If you are looking for a change of pace from the traditional sailing, beaching, snorkeling, etc., that Tortola has to offer, Sage Mountain may be for you. There is no fee to enter. We rented a vehicle... read more »
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