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Travelview International. The British Virgin Islands...diving at its finest! Hundreds of dive sites in warm crystalline waters await you. Explore the wreck of the R.M.S. Rhone, a three hundred foot ship that went down in the fury of a 1867 hurricane. Fascinating underwater rock formations, colorful coral reefs, tropical fish...it's all in the British Virgin Islands. Beautiful unspoiled beaches, excellent food and a peaceful island atmosphere beckon you. The panorama of nearby islands ensure incredible sunsets. Most all of the dive sites are within easy reach of Tortola or Virgin Gorda. Superbly staffed and equipped land-based operators and live-aboard boats and yachts provide divers a choice and guarantee a memorable dive vacation. 40 minutes
AAA. The British Virgin Islands - the land where, as legend tells it, the pirates of the Caribbean vacationed when they weren't at sea looting the Spanish. Luxuriate in paradise found as you explore the crystal clear waters, or visit the renowned baths at Virgin Gorda. Seek adventure in the caves at Norman Island, reputed to be Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island. Recall the days of old as you submerge in the aquatic depths to the Wreck of the Rhone, a 300-foot wooden 19th century sailing ship. You too will take refuge in these lush tropical islands, thick with hidden coves and secret beaches, as you discover intriguing history and magnificent sights throughout this remarkable video journey. 60 minutes.
Goldhil Home Media. Join supermodel Hunter Reno for an incredible trip to many of the most exotic islands of the Caribbean. In addition to spectacular sights and fascinating history, you will discover the beauty of the people and cultures on these islands. Their remote and often isolated locations have helped to preserve long-standing traditions as well as natural beauty. Prepare for the adventure of a lifetime at the Worlds Most Exotic Islands. British Virgin Islands Known as the water sports capital of the world, the fifty islands of the BVI offer dives to impressive wrecks such as the Rhone, underwater photography, natural bathing pools and spectacular sailing. You will also visit the mountainous interior and meet many fascinating people from this most beautiful archipelago. Belize Celebrated for its world-class scuba diving, the Belize Cayes are a haven for underwater adventurers, a place where diving with sharks is a normal experience. The mainland is equally fascinating with the Mayan ruins at Altun Ha and a wide variety of lively nightspots. St. Kitts Massive forts, traditional pottery and eerie shipwrecks are just some of the bits of history found here. The colorful capital city of Basettere and the Brimstone Hill Fort are just two of the many fascinating sights. A game of cricket, unique pottery making on the sister island of Nevis, and searching for the island's famous green monkey add to the experience. Aruba Arawak, Dutch and Spanish culture blend against a backdrop of coral cliffs, white sand beaches and all night casinos. Wind surfing, dune sliding, and exploring the rocky coast by scooter add a bit of action to this adventure on the Dutch Leeward island. Paso Finos horses and great bars and restaurants make this a very civilized exotic island. 90 minutes