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Tortola Shore Excursion Reviews

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8 Excursions Found

#1 of 8 Tortola Shore Excursions

Virgin Gorda

248 Reviews
Swim or bask in the sun amid mammoth boulders in this unique atmosphere of palms, sand and sea caves.
#2 of 8 Tortola Shore Excursions

Jost Van Dyke

109 Reviews
Located just a short ferry ride from Tortola, Jost Van Dyke is known as one of the British Virgin Island's most scenic and festive destinations, with it's beautiful beaches and exciting bar and restaurant scene.
#3 of 8 Tortola Shore Excursions

Snorkeling

79 Reviews
If you like the idea of swimming in crystal-clear waters, exploring tons of coral reefs and a number of shipwrecks, Tortola snorkeling will make for an ideal excursion.
#4 of 8 Tortola Shore Excursions

Swim with the Dolphins

23 Reviews
You won't regret dedicating some of your Tortola port day to a Swim With the Dolphins excursion where you can play, kiss and frolic with bottlenose dolphins in some of the clearest waters in all of the Caribbean.
#5 of 8 Tortola Shore Excursions

Sailing

15 Reviews
From a marina located just minutes from the cruise port, visitors can embark on a Tortola sailing excursion that will take them out to sea on a catamaran for some snorkeling and perhaps some lunch and a rum punch.
#6 of 8 Tortola Shore Excursions

Rum Distillery

14 Reviews
The traditional rum distillery practices of Tortola have been passed down for generations. With the abundance of sugar cane in the islands, it is no surprise that distilling rum is a part of the local culture.
#7 of 8 Tortola Shore Excursions

Scuba Diving

7 Reviews
Tortola's dry, somewhat temperate climate makes for a beautiful day on the water; consider a scuba diving excursion to explore some of the British Virgin Islands' colorful reefs, sandy bottoms and shipwrecks like the RMS Rhone.
#8 of 8 Tortola Shore Excursions

Hiking

3 Reviews
A Tortola hiking excursion is a fun way for more active cruisers to see the island beyond its beautiful beaches, including local residential neighborhoods. But it's also common for this type of excursion to end with some shoreside relaxation.
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