Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands draws hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Even though it is only four by three miles and has less than 300 inhabitants it is a top destination for tourists and charter boats.
White bay on Jost Van Dyke is an adult playground. The white sugar sand beaches have a line of fantasic beach bars and local food. You can pour your own drinks at Gertudes but no stop on Jost is complete without a visit to the Soggy Dollar Bar. The Soggy Dollar is home to the famous painkiller drink which is a secret blend of orange juice, pineapple, coconut cream and ample rum. Fresh nutmeg is grated on top. Why do they call it The Soggy Dollar? Well, you will have to walk or maybe even swim a few feet from your charter boat to the beat so of course your dollars are going to get soggy!
Great Harbour is world-famous for its yacht-filled parties on Halloween and New Year’s Eve. Don’t forget to say hi to the Famous Foxy from Fox’s bar. Foxy is good friends with Kenny Chesney and will have you in stitches with his local jokes. He is a true character.
East Side of Jost Van Dyke
Just a short walk from Foxy’s Taboo restaurant you will follow a path to the Bubbly Pool. It’s like a natural Jacuzzi. The Bubble Pool is a beautiful hike and romantic spot for a picnic.
Ocean Spa BVI
If you are looking for something even more relaxing book a stop at Ocean Spa BVI for a massage. It’s the world’s only floating spa! As you are getting your amazing massage you will be looking through the massage table to a window on the floor where you can see the fishes swim by.