1. White Bay

White Bay is one of the British Virgin Islands’ most beautiful stretches of beach, which boasts white powdery sand, clear warm water, and the famous Soggy Dollar Bar.

White Bay, Jost Van Dyke

 2. Soggy Dollar Bar

Rumor has it that the Soggy Dollar Bar got its name from all of the people jumping off of their boats and swimming to shore, then having to pay for their drinks with their soggy cash.


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3. Foxy’s

Foxy’s opened in the 1960’s! Famous for their legendary events such as their world renowned New Year’s Eve party.

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4. The Painkillers

The “Painkiller” was first created at the Soggy Dollar Bar in Jost Van Dyke. They also make a delicious virgin version for the kids. The Painkiller is made of Rum, pineapple juice, cream of coconut, orange juice, and nutmeg. See a recipe here.

Painkiller Drink in White Bay BVI Photo by Alamy Images
Painkiller Drink in White Bay BVI
Photo by Alamy Images

5. The Water

Warm, inviting, and crystal clear.


6. The Sand

White Bay got its name from the soft white powdery sand.


 7. Glass House BVI

Glass House BVI is the new rental house on White Bay, Jost Van Dyke. Luxurious living meets relaxed island life. Experience a week or two on the island and wake up to panoramic views in the luxury house with a private infinity pool.


8. The Views

Surround yourself with picture perfect photographic views. Take in  the view at the top of the hill on your way from Great Harbor to White Bay. Don’t forget to stop here to steal a picture. And then of course you can wake up to the ocean view from your bed in Glass House BVI!

White Bay BVI view

9. The Laid Back Atmosphere

Forget your fancy clothes and make up here a bikini and flip flops are all you need. Let your hair down and don’t worry about a thing. You are on vacation and everyone’s smiling.

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