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British Virgin Islands Yoga Voyage Itinerary

October 4, 2016


We begin this journey on the island of Tortola, the largest and main island in the British Virgin Islands. With the bulk of this day be allocated to travel, we meet at the starting marina at 6:00 pm and greeted by the Sailing Collective captains and crew with the Yogascapes instructors. After settling in aboard and unpacking in your cabins, we dine out in Roadtown, Tortola for our first night all together. During the evening, we go over the week’s itinerary including sailing and yoga schedule.


Cooper Island is a rustic and unique island, with only 5 private residence and one small eco-resort beach club, Cooper Island is perfectly mellow. The Cooper Island Beach Club has a small beach perfect for afternoon chilling with two bars, one restaurant, a little coffee shop, and a gift shop. Along the beach, there are chairs and even an in-water bar table to relax in the water while enjoying beverages. Manchioneel Bay where we spend the evening at anchor is also a popular snorkeling location with a dense population of sea turtles. This evening we dine ashore with afternoon yoga on the dive dock.


With a newly constructed yoga dock nestled in beautiful mangroves along the Bitter End Yacht Club shoreline, this stop off is designed for absolute relaxation with stunning facilities of BEYC at our finger tips. Small dinghy sailboat rentals, day spa treatments, hikes and trails, this location has it all. This evening we will be docked at the BEYC Quarter Deck Marina with dinner aboard and afternoon yoga at the BEYC floating yoga dock.


Anegada Sailing due north to the BVIs flattest island, Anegada will appear out of the ocean about 4 miles from our end destination. Anegada is one of the BVIs largest and flattest islands with the highest point only 30 feet above sea level! This unique island is perfectly lazy and beautiful, recently voted one of the top beaches in the entire Caribbean by The New York Times, there will be plenty of opportunity to experience the Anagada way of life by enjoying a rum cocktail along white sand beaches. In the evening a lobster BBQ dinner will be prepared for one of the most authentic Caribbean meals in all the islands. Upon arrival, we will dinghy ashore to take a short taxi to a magical place called Cow Wreck Bay where we will spend the day at one of the great beaches of this world. We will have an early afternoon yoga session on a platform looking out at paradise. In the evening we will eat LOBSTER at our favorite Potter’s By The Sea and dance the night away.


Jost Van Dyke is the fourth largest island in the British Virgin Islands with a population of around 300 locals who primarily live around Great Harbor. Caribbean colors with hand painted signs of ice cream shops, bars and restaurants line main street which also doubles as the Great Harbor beach, this is an outstanding island with local charm and character. Ashore in the evening, we dine at a local restaurant serving us local foods in a home cooked style. Later that night, we walk down the street stopping by the famous Foxy’s bar for good old fashioned dance and party. Yoga takes place on the town dock in early afternoon.