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|IT'S EASY TO GET TO THE ISLAND THAT'S LIKE NO PLACE ON EARTH.
Fly by commercial airline into the British Virgin Islands' Beef Island airport via San Juan, St. Thomas, or Antigua. (The airport also accommodates private planes). Our boatmen will be waiting for you. Then it’s just a matter of minutes on the Guana launch until you see the iguana-shaped rock outcropping that gives the Island its name. As we hope you’ll soon find out for yourself, the only difficult part about a trip to Guana is leaving it.
Charter flights — local and long-distance
Many local airlines offer charter flights between Tortola, San Juan and St. Thomas. They are convenient if you’d like to avoid waiting times in those cities. Long distance chartered and private jets requiring a 4600’ runway can land at Beef Island airport. Ask us for information about a 14-seat Falcon 900EX jet or about local charter planes.
Some of our guests have asked for information about airline schedules and costs for flights to the BVI in the 2008-09 season. These are some of the choices you might want to consider:
1) Fly from San Juan (SJU) or St. Thomas (STT) to Tortola (EIS) by scheduled carriers or on chartered flights.
2) Take a water taxi or ferry from St. Thomas to Tortola.
Commercial and charter flights from SJU or STT Most of our guests fly to San Juan and then connect to a smaller commercial plane to Tortola.
If you should make any travel arrangements that would involve changing your Guana dates please let us know before you finalize them and we will do our best to accommodate you. We will also try to keep you apprised of any news about the airlines that might somehow impact your plans.
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