Car Travel

Virgin Gorda has a small road system, and a single, very steep road links the north and south ends of the island. You will probably need a car to get around for at least a few days of your stay unless you plan on staying put at your resort. If your resort is reachable only by boat, you should rent only for those days when you want to explore the island. Remember that driving is on the left, British-style, even though almost all cars are American-made.

The main route sticks resolutely to the center of the island, linking The Baths on the southern tip with Gun Creek and Leverick Bay at North Sound. Signage is erratic, so come prepared with a map.

Car Rental

None of the major companies have outlets on Virgin Gorda, but you can rent a car from several local companies.

Contacts

L&S Jeep Rental. Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda, VG1150. 284/495–5297; www.landsjeeprental.com.

Mahogany Rentals & Taxi Service. Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda, VG1150. 284/495–5469; www.mahoganycarrentalsbvi.com.

Speedy's Car Rentals. Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda, VG1150. 284/495–5240; 284/495–5235; www.bviferries.com/rentals.html.

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