Anegada is the northernmost island of the British Virgin Islands and because of the price and time it takes to get there, also less crowded. It has some of the finest beaches, snorkelling and diving of the islands.
Probably one of the least developed parts of the British Virgin Islands, at least two-thirds of Anegada's shoreline is pristine beach and the turquoise waters offer fantastic snorkeling and swimming. Loblolly Bay and beach is one of the best pieces of sand anywhere in the world and there are several beach bars to have a drink and just enjoy some of the most relaxing places in the Caribbean without the huge cruiseship crowds.
Anegada has a very pleasant and tropical climate with generally warm and humid weather. The seabreeze makes things relatively mild though and water is never far away. Temperatures generally average around 30 °C during the day yearround and 23 °C at night. December to May is the dry season, where July to October is the rainy season, but this generally means some showers at the end of the day instead of days of rain on end. Hurricanes are possible though from August to October.
Smith's Ferry now makes sailings to and from Anegada and both Tortola (Road Town) and Virgin Gorda (Spanish Town) three times a week in both directions.
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