Best places to use your complimentary SUP in the BVI
Paddle from boat-to-boat in The Bight and maybe duck around the corner to explore The Caves. And while you’re in the “neighborhood” at Norman Island, you might as well stop in at fan favorite Pirate’s Bight for some island cocktails and seaside relaxation.
Anchor in the lee of Beef Island and explore sting rays, baby sharks and pelicans as you weave through this untouched ecosystem.
If there was a vehicle designed for exploring The Baths, it is the stand up paddle board. Paddle in and glide amongst the rocks and boulders while discovering hidden beaches along the way.
Cane Garden Bay
This is a paddle board yoga hot spot! Get in close to the beach then get lost in feelings of peace and tranquility.
Little Jost Van Dyke
Moor off where Foxy’s Taboo used to be then paddle up and down along the mangroves on Little Jost Van Dyke, where you can almost reach out and touch brooding pelicans and poke at baby sharks with your paddle. Keep in mind, this particular location is quite exposed to wind so it’s best in calm conditions.