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First Post - Rec's for Trip in Aprl #82770
01/18/2016 10:45 AM
01/18/2016 10:45 AM
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Huntsville, AL
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Hello!
My wife, another couple, and me will be heading to Tortola April 20 - 26. It will be our first time to BVI & we're pumped. We're staying in a house near Cane Garden Bay and trying to somewhat plan out our trip. We don't want to plan too much to where we're on the go the whole time, but we also want to experience what BVI has to offer.

So far our "musts" are deep sea fishing, the baths, & JVD. First off, can anyone recommend an "affordable" fishing excursion? Unfortunately I'm the only one out of our group that's really interested in fishing, so the group probably wouldn't want to spend a bunch on fishing. Does anyone know of a boat I could possibly hop on by myself for $300-$400? Would it be possible for me to simply show up to the marina in the morning and get on a boat?

The baths - What's our best bet for this trip? Originally I had looked at a sailing day trip from Aristocat but after hearing back from them it wasn't highly recommended. I'm thinking it might be best to just take a ferry to VG and navigate to the Baths from there?

Any other "musts" we should add? Unfortunately we don't have a ton of time but should still be an awesome time!

Trevor

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Re: First Post - Rec's for Trip in Aprl [Re: TrevorHuntsville] #82771
01/18/2016 11:37 AM
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Baths recommendation: ferry to VG, rent a car and explore the Baths and the island for the day. A stop at Hog Heaven on VG is a must for us. The food is good and the view is incredible!
if you're looking for a nice dinner out on Tortola, we thoroughly enjoyed the Sugar Mill last November. Delicious food and top notch service!

Re: First Post - Rec's for Trip in Aprl [Re: CottageGirl] #82772
01/18/2016 11:55 AM
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Awesome! Thanks for the recommendations

Re: First Post - Rec's for Trip in Aprl [Re: TrevorHuntsville] #82773
01/18/2016 12:06 PM
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Be sure to check the Criuse Ship schedule before heading out for excursions. <img src="http://www.traveltalkonline.com/forums/images/graemlins/Grin.gif" alt="" />


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