Tortola

Tortola Travel Guide

Articles about Tortola

See the slideshow of the Most Romantic Caribbean Sunsets. The Caribbean islands are famous for their sunshine—and rightly so. Is there anything more daydream-worthy, more symbolic of languor and ease, than those ubiquitous images of sugary white ...
By Sharlene Breakey
Right about now, you’re checking out your kids’ school calendar and wondering how to transform their week of vacation into fun for the whole family. The good news is that there are a growing number of options. College kids may have made spring br...
By Sharlene Breakey
By Stacy Ritz
ST. THOMAS Hotel 1829Though it's only steps from Charlotte Amalie's cruise-port chaos, this gem of a hotel is miles away in spirit. Built for the bride of a 19th-century French sea captain, Hotel 1829 is a confection of Moroccan tile, terraces swi...

Hotels in Tortola

A rum distillery turned residence on Tortola, this five-bedroom estate sits on eight manicured acres and includes a maid, cook, tennis courts, pool, and gym.

Restaurants in Tortola

This restaurant, once a a training ground for New England Culinary Institute students, continues to impress with its bountiful lunch and dinner menus (think: grilled pork chop with jerk mango aoli, island-style mahi mahi and Anegada conch fritters).

Things to do in Tortola

Under the watch of Tortola-born coppersmith Aragorn Dick-Read, Aragorn's Studio has grown from an art gallery into a burgeoning collective, where crafts-people teach basket weaving and coconut carving; a fruit depot sells native produce (soursops, sugar apples); and a shop carries handmade herbal