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At roughly 8 square kilometers, Jost Van Dyke is the smallest of the four main islands of the British Virgin Islands, the northern portion of the archipelago of the Virgin Islands, located in the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea. Jost Van Dyke lies about 8 kilometres to the northwest of Tortola and 8 kilometres to the north of Saint John. Little Jost Van Dyke lies off its eastern end. Like many of the neighbouring islands, it is volcanic in origin and mountainous. The highest point on the island is Majohnny Hill at 321 metres.
Jost van Dyke 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.
Check the schedule (also between BVI and the US Virgin Islands) at the BVI Welcome.
Renting a Jeep is an option for travellers, though there aren't much roads.
Much of Jost Van Dyke is walkable, with trails and paths that take you all throughout the island.
Foxy's bar is the place to be in Jost Van Dyke; the bar hosts many celebrations on the island.
as well as Sander (3%)
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