Tortola Sights

Sage Mountain National Park

  • Ridge Rd. Map It
  • Sage Mountain
  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

Published 09/15/2015

Fodor's Review

At 1,716 feet, Sage Mountain is the highest peak in the BVI. From the parking area, a trail leads you in a loop not only to the peak itself (and extraordinary views) but also to a small rain forest that is sometimes shrouded in mist. Most of the forest was cut down over the centuries for timber, to create pastureland, or for growing sugarcane, cotton, and other crops. In 1964 this park was established to preserve what remained. Up here you can see mahogany trees, white cedars, mountain guavas, elephant-ear vines, mamey trees, and giant bullet woods, to say nothing of such birds as mountain doves and thrushes. Take a taxi from Road Town or drive up Joe's Hill Road and make a left onto Ridge Road toward Chalwell and Doty villages. The road dead-ends at the park.

  • Sage Mountain National Park, Tortola, British Virgin Islands, Caribbean

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Sight Information


Ridge Rd., Sage Mountain, Tortola, VG11130, British Virgin Islands

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Sight Details:

  • $3
  • Daily dawn–dusk

Published 09/15/2015


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