Interesting Places I've Photographed
Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
Topic: 1000 Places to See Before You Die
GPS: N18° 25.665; W064° 26.737
Beaches and palm trees amid huge boulders are featured at The Baths at Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
The most interesting approach to The Baths is by the Devil's Bay Trail. This takes you through The Cave which is actually a long jumble of boulders. Sometimes you are scrambling over rocks, other times you are wading through water. When you arrive at Devil's Bay you will see beaches, palm trees and boulders that make up The Baths. It's quite an impressive sight and time to go for a swim.
|Devil's Bay Trail photo - Climbing|
|Devil's Bay Trail to the Baths - Wading|
Listing - 1000 Places to See Before You Die
"About a mile south is the island’s most noted natural site, The Baths, where huge, time-sculpted granite boulders—some as big as small houses—create spellbinding pools, shallow coves, and interconnected grottoes that are heaven for snorkelers, swimmers, and those who merely appreciate natural beauty. Stacked along the beach in jumbled piles, these prehistoric rocks are most impressive when approached by sea."