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Shark Bay  Did you know that the first “Bat Cave” in the BVI is not just a restaurant and club? The “Shark Bay” National Park is nestled between Brewers Bay on the west and Rough Point on the east. It extends from the ridge of Anderson Point to the bay at the base of the Mount Healthy ghut. The Government of the Virgin Islands: Protecting our Coastal and Marine Environment.  Photo credit: National Parks Trust of the Virgin Islands

Shark Bay Did you know that the first “Bat Cave” in the BVI is not just a restaurant and club? The “Shark Bay” National Park is nestled between Brewers Bay on the west and Rough Point on the east. It extends from the ridge of Anderson Point to the bay at the base of the Mount Healthy ghut. The Government of the Virgin Islands: Protecting our Coastal and Marine Environment. Photo credit: National Parks Trust of the Virgin Islands

Old walls of El Morro in late afternoon light with blue sky, Old San Juan, Puerto Rico - Bob Stefko/Photographer's Choice/Getty Images

Old walls of El Morro in late afternoon light with blue sky, Old San Juan, Puerto Rico - Bob Stefko/Photographer's Choice/Getty Images

National Park, Cam Bay  Did you know that the National Park, Cam Bay, is not only ecologically important but posses evidence of a Pre-Columbian settlement in the bay as pottery shards discovered there were carbon dated at 800 A.D.? Established in 1999, this National Park is located at the eastern shore of Great Camanoe and virtually splits the island in two! Photo Credit: BVI National Parks Trust. — at Great Camanoe, British Virgin Islands.

National Park, Cam Bay Did you know that the National Park, Cam Bay, is not only ecologically important but posses evidence of a Pre-Columbian settlement in the bay as pottery shards discovered there were carbon dated at 800 A.D.? Established in 1999, this National Park is located at the eastern shore of Great Camanoe and virtually splits the island in two! Photo Credit: BVI National Parks Trust. — at Great Camanoe, British Virgin Islands.

Devils Bay, Virgin Gorda  Did you know that the BVI hosts a bay named after the devil himself? Devil’s Bay was one of the first National Parks of the Virgin Islands and was established in 1964. By William Torrillo, Courtesy of the BVI Tourist Board — at The Baths, Devils Bay Virgin Gorda, BVI.

Devils Bay, Virgin Gorda Did you know that the BVI hosts a bay named after the devil himself? Devil’s Bay was one of the first National Parks of the Virgin Islands and was established in 1964. By William Torrillo, Courtesy of the BVI Tourist Board — at The Baths, Devils Bay Virgin Gorda, BVI.