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Lars Hemel
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The British Virgin island is a scuba paradise to behold with green rolling hills dropping down to superb white beaches and pristine bays.

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BVI:
The British Virgin island is a scuba paradise to behold with green rolling hills dropping down to superb white beaches and pristine bays.
- Tortola
- Virgin Gorda
MV Inganess Bay:
The intact 136 foot long wreck the M/V Inganess Bay looks spooky but beautiful as you descent.
- RMS Rhone
- Indians

The British Virgin Islands refer to paradise with beach-blessed islands, green rolling hills, tropical forest, exotic plants, white powdery beaches and palm trees. On top of that, its shores are lined with pristine coral reefs, nutrient rich turquoise colored waters, underwater diversity and plenty of dive sites and marine life.

The largest island and gateway to the BVI is Tortola with capital Road Town where bars, shops, music, entertainment and resorts are plentiful. Northwest of Tortola lies the secluded laid back Jost van Dyke Islands with superb offshore diving and world famous bars such as the Soggy Dollar and Foxy's Bar. To the west of Tortola, inside the Sir Francis Drake Channel, are the five small Dog Islands. Across the channel sits Anegada and Virgin Gorda popular for its striking boulder formations and underwater swimthroughs at the Baths. Other islands going south are Ginger Island, Cooper Island, Salt Island, privately owned Peter Island known for its piracy tale Deadman's Chest Island and Norman Island with its treasure caves.

Popular dive sites are found all around the British Virgin Islands. Popular wrecks include the world famous Chikuzan Wreck and the RMS Rhone. Coral dives such as Alice in Wonderland are popular by scuba divers as well as snorkelers. There are steep underwater pinnacles like the Visibles, caves like Joe's Cave, pretty in soft corals adorns walls, lava swimmthroughs and pretty coral reefs. From Queen Angel fish to huge schools of Atlantic Spadefish, from sharks to turtles, whether you are a student, novice or professional diver, you can find a dive sites that keeps you interested.