The largest of the British Virgin Islands, Tortola was named by Christopher Columbus in 1493. A mountainous island with beautiful white sandy beaches, it's a delightful destination - and there's much to see and do too. Keen hikers can climb Mount Sage which reaches 1,780 feet above the sea -the most amazing views can be had from here. For a taste of Tortola's history, pay ‘Callwood Rum Distillery' and ‘Mount Healthy Windmill' a visit. From ‘Cane Garden Bay' ‘Smugglers Cove' to ‘Little Bay' and ‘Lambert', Tortola has the most breath taking beaches too just in case you wanted to spend a few hours relaxing under the warm sunshine.
The ‘Crafts Alive Marketplace' on Tortola's waterfront is where you can buy native arts and crafts. Popular purchases include West Indian-made straw hats and pottery. Most of Tortola's shops can be found on Road Town's Main Street and is where you can purchase local handicrafts, clothing, local Caribbean art and freshly baked goods.
The local currency is the US dollar. Tortola is 4 hours behind Greenwich meantime (GMT -4).
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