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Virgin Gorda - Reasonable Rental Options

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I've been considering a trip in February to Virgin Gorda but am struggling to find nice lodging for what I feel is a reasonable price. It seems that most everything is $300 or more per night and comparing to somewhere like St. John this seems high and beyond my budget. I've seen 2-3 lower priced places off of the forums and am wondering if this is really just the price of everything there or is there another site that I'm missing that I could find less expensive options for someplace that's nice.

In St. John for example there's some great options on HomeAway for rentals around $1800/week during this same time. Is Virgin Gorda really that much more expensive.

I've never been to either island so I'm debating on staying on St. John for 5-7 nights and then going to VG for just a couple of nights due to the cost.

Is this just the norm that this is that much more expensive? If so, it may just be that I need to save up a bit more for a future year or go a little more toward off season.


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