Ferry services within the larger islands of the BVI & USVI are frequent, speedy and efficient – the perfect way to go island hopping. If ferry schedules aren’t suiting to your plans, consider catching a water taxi to get between islands on your time.
The close proximity of the islands lends itself to the exclusive efficiency of charter air travel without the lines and airport waits. Take advantage of the many air charter companies that operate throughout the BVI and the Caribbean.
Taxis are a reliable and affordable method of transportation in the BVI. In the BVI, taxis are for more than just point A to point B: they’re some of the most popular methods of touring the beautiful landscapes quickly and comfortably.
Renting a vehicle in the BVI gives you the freedom to move around at your own pace. Persons staying in the territory under 30 days are not required to purchase a temporary driver’s license, provided a valid driver’s license is produced from another country. A license obtained from the Traffic Licensing Office or Car Rental Agencies is required for stays longer than 30 days. Remember, you must be at least 25 years old to rent a car, and driving is on the left side of the road in the BVI.