So much to do...

but only if you choose.

On Land

USE AS MANY OF OUR 850 ACRES AS YOU LIKE

We offer tennis, volleyball, badminton, croquet, ping-pong and even bocce, lawn bowling and horseshoes at the beach. Of course, if you’d rather not expend that much energy, there are lounges, hammocks and our private beach bar to entertain you.

On the Sea

TWO OCEANS TO CHOOSE FROM

A fleet of beach toys like stand-up paddle boards, paddle boats, kayaks, sunfish and hobie-cat, and snorkeling gear stand at the ready. Further adventures include scuba, water-skiing, kite surfing, local and deep-sea fishing and wakeboarding.

Hiking

TWELVE MILES OF TRAILS, AND EVEN MORE UNCHARTED

Explore the ruins of the sugar plantation and stone foundations of the Lake House, home to one of Guana’s early Quaker families. Reach the 806-foot summit of Sugarloaf Mountain for commanding views of the surrounding islands. Or visit Long Man’s Point, descend the stone staircase cut into the cliff  and swim in the pools below.

Hibiscus Spa

With a full selection of luxurious and holistic treatments, from the classic manicure or facial to hot stone massage and aromatherapy, the Spa sits just steps from White Bay Beach where nothing will distract you but the sounds of the sea and the gentle breezes. We also offer unique treatments featuring specialized ingredients form our organic Orchard, such as a body scrub using freshly picked passion fruit and lemon basil.

Excursions

If you would like to explore the world beyond Guana, we can plan a day or half-day boat trip to our sister island, Norman Island (Robert Louis Stevenson’s original Treasure Island) for lunch, or any other BVI destination including the legendary Baths at Virgin Gorda.

Snorkeling & Scuba

Snorkeling opportunities abound, especially at Guana’s northern tip, which is a Protected Fisheries Area. High-quality snorkel gear is available to you at all times. For Scuba, our dive boat partner will pick you up on our dock, for fascinating excursions like diving the wreck of the Rhone.

Some activities on Guana are decidedly more low key. Adventurous croquet enthusiasts compete in the Calabash Cup.