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A Private Island Resort in the British Virgin Islands
This 850-acre tropical island, one of the largest of the British Virgin Islands is home to an upscale resort which is one of the most private hideaways in the Caribbean. It is an oasis of privacy in a natural setting where you can savor excellent gourmet food and wine, spa cuisine if desired, with excellent personal service. 
Guana is a secluded, romantic virgin island of the British Virgin Islands—a hideaway nature preserve and wildlife sanctuary where indigenous flora and fauna are protected. Flamingo and other bird watching and iguana feeding are special guest activities. Hiking and walking trails are maintained throughout the Island, and there are seven powder white sand beaches, some remote and secluded. There are two excellent tennis courts, all water sports including fishing, deep-sea fishing, waterskiing, snorkeling, scuba diving and a fleet of small sailboats, kayaks, a croquet court, ping-pong, and massage. If fitness is not for you and you like more solitary time, spend the days in the cozy comfortable library, or relax under the sway of palm trees on the beach. 
Guest rooms are attractive and comfortable, with private, scenic terraces offering panoramic views of the Caribbean and the Atlantic Ocean. Dinner, casual yet elegant, is served on candlelit terraces where the candles highlight home-grown organic fruits and vegetables in Continental, American, and West Indian cuisine.  Beach barbecues with traditional steel bands; crab races in sunshine or by moonlight,  sunset cruises, trips to Tortola, the Baths on Virgin Gorda, Anegada, Foxy's on Jost Van Dyke all add to the fun. 
Rent the Island or just a room. Come for a honeymoon or a wedding. Celebrate a birthday, anniversary or family reunion or bring a group for a business meeting, small convention or retreat. Whether you seek solitude or to be social, in luxury or simplicity, Guana Island has it all. Full Island rental is one of the best ways to experience Guana Island but coming alone and meeting new people leads to new friendships that turn first-time guests into repeat guests. After your first romantic candlelit dinner with the fragrance of jasmine around you, you will know that this serene and tranquil British Virgin Island is like no other. 
Guana Island welcomes vacation travelers, adventure lovers and naturalists, to this beautiful, small, ecologically preserved, private island sanctuary whose history includes Amerindians like the Caribs and Arawaks, pirates and Quakers who left behind them interesting historic ruins of sugar mills and great houses. 
Come see for yourself and experience the beautiful and spectacular Island paradise called Guana.
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