Spend a day Beach Bar Hoppin'
For some, a visit to the Caribbean is all about catching rays while relaxing in the sun. For others, their trip isn't complete without snorkeling or diving every reef. But for many, the Caribbean is all about the legendary beach bars. The BVI is home to some of the most famous- and infamous- beach bars around, and we can help you get there.
The Soggy Dollar Bar, nestled in the swaying palms along the shore of White Bay on Jost Van Dyke, is considered by many to be the best beach bar in the world. What was once an unknown rum shack is now the ultimate destination for people vacationing on St John, St Thomas, and Tortola. The Soggy Dollar, birthplace of the coconut milk and rum concoction the "Painkiller," takes its name from the wet money guests pay with after swimming to shore, is the ideal place to park yourself in a beach chair, dig your feet into the sand, and soak in paradise.
Just one harbor to the east, you'll find a true Caribbean legend- Foxy's. Dine on authentic Carbbbean/ West Indian BBQ cuisine, sip a tropical punch, and enjoy the live reggae or acoustic guitar. And if you're lucky, you may even be serenaded by Foxy Callwood himself! Since he built the bar and restaurant nearly four decades ago- making Foxy's one of the oldest beach bars in the British Virgin Islands- Foxy Callwood has been taking to the tiny stage to entertain and interact with the guest he loves so much.
For a more festive beach bar experience, look no further than Norman Island's Willy T. This beach bar is actually an old boat that's moored in the center of the Bight. After bellying up to the bar on the boat, you and your friends can can climb the stairs to the top deck, where they can jump, dive, and cannonball into the pristine water below. Back at the bar, order a shotski- an old snow or water ski with holes to hold shot glasses for you and three friends- and make sure to ask for a temporary skull and crossbones tattoo to commemorate your visit.
To plan your trip to the Soggy Dollar, Foxy's, the Willy T, or dozens of other beach bars, call or email us now. We can help you find the boat that will allow you to explore the waters of the Virgin Islands and still spend the most time at each beach bar. We offer independent, expert, no-charge advice on every Virgin Islands day charter boat available.Contact Us