Photo diary: Anegada, BVI

Photo diary: Anegada, BVI

Exploring the island of Anegada was probably the most memorable part of the vacation for me. I was blown away by the picturesque views and miles of turquoise water. I have never seen water so blue and clear to the bottom. Our boat captain, Teddy, drove us around to see the best beaches on the island. Imagine riding in built-in seats in the back of a pick-up truck on rocky roads. Our transportation was adventurous to say the least!

A fast side note: if you haven’t checked out parts one and two of my BVI travel diary, please do so!

A quick fun fact about this island: It’s the only flat island in the BVIs and the second largest island right behind Tortola!

We explored three different beaches – Loblolly Beach, Anegada Beach Club and Cow Wreck Beach – and all were equally breathtaking. Before we hopped in the truck, we put in orders for our lobster dinner that night and grabbed some drinks at this cute beach bar right by the dock.

I had so many great photos from this day, so here is my photo diary of our day spent in Anegada.

Photo diary: Anegada, BVI
Sailing near the island of Anegada.


Photo diary: Anegada, BVI
We ate delicious lettuce wraps on the boat before our Anegada adventure.
Photo diary: Anegada, BVI
A cute blue dinghy by the Anegada dock.
The vegetation on the island was so vibrant and lush.

The boat crew!
Views from Loblolly Beach, Anegada


The vegetation on the island was unreal!


Luxury seating at Anegada Beach Club.
Cow Wreck Beach

Our delicious lobster dinner!
Anegada at sunset




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