The British Virgin
Islands (BVI) are a collection of 60 islands, cays and rocks forming the northern extremity of the Leeward
Islands in the eastern Caribbean. Mostly uninhabited, these
islands set the stage for an adventure in salt water fly fishing.
Located 100 kilometers (62
miles) east of Puerto Rico these islands have a balmy, subtropical climate.
The islands of the BVI form almost an oval around Tortola, the largest
island. They are volcanic in origin, with the exception of Anegada which
is formed of coral and limestone and is the lowest lying. On land, the BVI is
endowed with fine mountain ranges, small valleys and little flat fertile
BVI offers pristine water, abundant game fish and idyllic
base is located at Nanny Cay on the island of Tortola.
Paced, friendly and easily accessible, the BVI is "one of
nature's little secrets". Currency is the US dollar and
English is the common language.