When you are planning your Caribbean vacation, you need to plan in advance. Your bookings (villa or a yacht) and airfares will play an important part of your planning.
The Caribbean high season runs from mid-December to mid-April. During this time, the weather is superb but prices are at their highest, ideally the best time of year to get away from the cold winter back home and enjoy our warm sunshine and beautiful beaches.
During the off season, you’ll find special deals and some discounts, but you may encounter less-than-perfect weather.
We consider “hurricane season” from late August through late October. During this time, prices are at their absolute lowest, but you would be wise to invest in travel insurance just in case a storm comes your way.
BVI Sailing Vacation or Villa, BVI Resort Vacation… Or both!
Therefore, you should choose your yacht based on your travel style.All-inclusives include all meals, drinks, water sports, scuba diving plus the expertise of a well qualified crew that will introduce you to BVI culture while pampering you 24/7.
On bareboat sailing vacation you do “the works” with the help of your crew. There are no single handed bareboat sailing charters in the BVI.
All-inclusive crewed yacht vacation isn’t the only place to stay; there are many ways to fully experience our islands.
For a truly different and cost-effective option, many of our visitors rave about renting a villa.
I would recommend villas for “families, groups of friends, honeymooners or couples craving privacy, or independent visitors who want to connect to our islands.”
Why not experience both? A conbination of BVI Sailing Vacation and BVI Villas rentals.