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Tips on Traveling to BVI

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I have planned a honeymoon in the BVI for May 2016 - 7 nights at Rosewood Little Dix Bay following by 2 nights at a private rental on Tortola. Currently, I am planning on flying to San Juan, PR and then traveling on to Virgin Gorda. Seaborne and Cape Air offer flights from SJU to Tortola, but they seem very expensive for a 45 minute flight. If I fly into Tortola, I would then have to catch another ferry to Little Dix Bay. On the way back, I would be flying out of Tortola.

Does anyone have any experience with Air Sunshine? The flight times work well and the price is more attractive. Also, Air Sunshine will fly into Virgin Gorda. The reviews seems mixed, at best. Also, does anyone have experience flying into St. Thomas and then taking a ferry to the BVI? Another option would be to catch an "off peak" flight back to/from San Juan (less expensive) and spend some time in San Juan.

In conclusion, I am looking for affordable travel options so that I can spend on dinners and activities. Any help you have is much appreciated. Thanks!

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