Tobago & BVI
Although Tobago is in the south and the British Virgin Islands (BVI) are centrally located in the Caribbean, both have several things in common. The islands are still very unspoilt, the beaches are great, hotels are superb, commercialism hasn't taken a big hold and they are the places to go for a peaceful and relaxing holiday.
British Virgin Islands
Supposedly the inspiration for the novel Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson, the British Virgin Islands (BVI) is made up of over 50 different islands. Whilst the destination can be a little expensive, it has helped keep the islands free of the rampant commercialism that has overwhelmed some of the other destinations in the region. and preserved the tranquil atmosphere that pervades them. You'll also find white sandy and uncrowded beaches and lush vegetation.
Tobago is situated in the southern Caribbean, just north of Trinidad and not far from the Venezualan Coast. Tobago is an island for relaxation with marvellous beaches, lush rainforest and exotice reefs to explore either snorkelling, or diving to see the colouful inhabitants. Perhaps take an excursion to nearby Trinidad, which is eight times larger and has museums and it's fascinating capital - Port of Spain.