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9 February 2018 - 9:41am

Nearly six months after mighty Hurricane Irma tore through the British Virgin Islands, the idyllic destination has made significant progress in restoring its celebrated tourism product. And of course, the best way for travelers to boost recovery efforts is to simply book a trip.
 
The BVI Tourist Board is excited to launch a special promotion encouraging overnight stays on the beautiful island of Anegada. This tiny paradise was largely spared by the storm, providing visitors a chance to experience its untouched natural beauty and allure.
 
Now through Feb. 28, guests can book a four-night stay at select properties for the price of three. The offer is valid for stays between Feb. 15 and April 15, 2018 – perfect for spring getaways – by using promo code ANGW18. Visit www.bvitourism.com/i-love-anegada for more information.

 
There are three properties currently participating with additional partners being added to the promotion in the coming days.
 
Travelers can book stays at:
 
Anegada Beach Club 
As of Feb. 1, Anegada Beach Club is back in business! Rates at this famed glamping destination start at $340 for a surfside luxury beach tent, or as low as $225 for a standard king or twin room. Plus, enjoy kitesurfing or paddleboard rentals/lessons with Tommy Gaunt Kitesurfing.

Four Diamonds Park Villas 
With modern, renovated villas that can accommodate up to five guests each, Four Diamonds offers a luxury experience (including access to Anegada’s gorgeous flamingo pond!) starting at $429 per villa per night.

Anegada Reef Hotel 
The 17 charming units at Anegada Reef Hotel are available for as low as $150 per night for a garden view room, or $190 for oceanview. 
 
Additionally, Air America is offering discounted rates on charter flights from Puerto Rico to Anegada. As one of the leading charter companies licensed to fly direct to Anegada, the airline will honor its promotional rates through the remainder of 2018. For one-way flights, a 5-passenger plane is available starting at $1,260 while the 9-passenger plane costs $1,665. Click here to make a reservation.
 
For those who arrive in Tortola or Virgin Gorda, the Tourist Board will provide a $50 credit per guest on roundtrip transfers to Anegada by ferry or air. This offer is valid for visitors who book a stay using the promo code at any participating property.
 
Once on Anegada, visitors can spend their days lounging at Loblolly Beach, snorkeling above the spectacular reefs, or watching the island’s beloved pink flamingos. Restaurants like Cow Wreck and Big Bamboo are open for business as well. 
 

About the British Virgin Islands
A treasured destination rich in undiscovered experiences, the British Virgin Islands (BVI) is an alluring archipelago comprising 60 islands and cays located 80 kilometers (60 miles) east of Puerto Rico, in the northwestern region of the Caribbean Sea. The main islands of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost Van Dyke have attracted global travelers with their cultural Caribbean authenticity. Road Town, located on Tortola, is the BVI’s capital.
 
Ranked #1 Best Place to Visit in the Caribbean for 2017-2018 by U.S. News, the BVI is where nature’s best secrets are kept with an abundance of pristine beaches, azure seas, towering sage mountains and burnt-orange sunsets. The sailing capital of the Caribbean, the BVI is also home to the some of the world’s most renowned diving and snorkeling sites. The destination’s vast topography provides unique opportunities for hiking, outdoor adventure and sustainable tourism.
 
Whether you choose to explore by ferry or chartered yacht, must-see BVI attractions include The Baths on Virgin Gorda, the Wreck of the Rhone off the coast of Salt Island, The Caves off the coast of Norman Island, the flamingos on Anegada, White Bay Beach on Jost Van Dyke, and Sage Mountain on Tortola.
Despite its status as a United Kingdom territory, the BVI uses the U.S. dollar as its official currency. The BVI Tourist Board invites everyone to experience the country’s tropical mystique and enriching offerings. For more information, visit www.bvitourism.com.

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