Guana Island British Virgin Islands

The chilled out Guana Island British Virgin Islands is one of the few last remaining privately-owned islands in the BVI offering fine dining, a distinctly social atmosphere and cosy accommodation. discover 850 acres of stunning natural beauty, including 7 white sandy beaches, tropical forest, mountains, hills and valleys. The emphasis at Guana Island BVI is on low key luxury, here you’ll find acres of privacy, friendly service and romantic touches. Everything is worked around relaxation.

Accommodation
There are 15 cottages and 4 villas, including the Sea View Cottage with Private Pool with one-bedroom suite, living room and master bathroom, large outdoor terrace with deck chairs and a private plunge pool.

Sea View Cottage Room, sprinkled along a scenic ridge with views of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Offering the quintessential island hideaway experience, each has its own private terrace.

Sea View Cottage Room with private pool, as above but with it’s own private pool.

North Beach Villa, the island’s only waterfront accommodation. With the one bedroom. Surrounded by scenic terraces, and stunning natural beauty.

Harbour House Villa, nothing short of luxurious. Available as a one- or two-bedroom accommodation, this air-conditioned house is discrete and elegant, with an enclosed Jacuzzi, infinity pool, outdoor shower and private dining area.

Anegada House, extremely spacious, 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom villa with stunning wraparound terrace, amazing views and designer infinity pool.

Jost House, extremely spacious, 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom villa with stunning wraparound terrace, amazing views and designer infinity pool. Jacuzzi at the foot of the master bedroom, a digital entertainment system, and a fully stocked bar and kitchen.

Guana Island BVI is available as an all island rental for groups up to 32 people. The entire Island will be yours, for as long as you like. Customise every detail of your stay including the menus. Contact us for more details.

About Guana Island, British Virgin Islands
On your arrival at Beef Island airport a Guana Island Club Resort representative will meet you and accompany you on the short drive to the dock. There you will board a Guana launch for the 10 minute cruise to Guana Island BVI. It won’t be long before you spot the iguana shaped outcropping that gives the Island its name.

Restaurants and Bars
Cocktails are served each night at the Club, an 18th century hilltop building. Dine under the stars on a candle-lit terrace or mingle with other guests. Savour the fine wines and locally sourced cuisine.

Chef Xavier Arnau Gili brings imagination and a touch of whimsy to Guana’s table. He is happy to accommodate any request, Chef Gili will also lend his culinary skills to your very own catch of the day.

Activities
You can swim, boat, paddle-board or kayak to some of the finest snorkeling and diving anywhere in the British Virgin Islands. Guana Island BVI has 3 reef areas. White Bay is a set of parallel patch reefs in shallow water, where there are no strong waves or currents, home to over 125 varieties of tropical fish, making it ideal for snorkeling. Muskmelon Bay is a deep bay with reefs at 60 to 80 feet (24 m) and is a great swimming spot. North Bay is a windward, rough water bay with deep reefs and wrecks. Diving can be arranged for you. Take a trip to Monkey Point on Guana Island’s southerly tip, where the snorkeling is legendary. Charter a boat and take to the sea and explore the British Virgin Islands on half or full day cruise. Explore the caves on the sister island, Norman Island, and make sure you take a swim at Pirate’s Bight before heading back.  Alternativly take a sunset cruise, chase the sunset long enough and you just may see the elusive green flash.

There are 12 miles of hiking trails. Favoured destinations include Long Man’s Point, where you can end your hike in a cliffside natural pool. For the fitter hikers try aAn ascent of Sugarloaf Mountain, to reach it’s 806 foot summit, where you will be rewarded with a beautiful view of the surrounding islands.  Take a  massage on Guana’s White Bay Beach, it’s the perfect way to unwind. With nothing to distract you but the waves and a gentle breeze.  You could choose a private or group yoga session in the aptly named Garden of Eden.  Guana Island BVI has 2 tennis courts, the only Hydro tennis court (plays like clay) in the BVI and an Omni tennis court (Astroturf and special sand).

Note: Guana Island BVI  is closed to individual bookings in September.

Contact us today to arrange your luxury low key holiday at Guana Island, British Virgin Islands

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