Own Necker Island
A 30-hectare (74-acre) island in the British Virgin Islands just north of Virgin Gorda. The island’s land is entirely owned by Sir Richard Branson, chairman of the Virgin Group, and is part of the Virgin Limited Edition portfolio of luxury properties.
The whole island operates as a resort and can accommodate up to 30 guests, with additional room for six children. Necker Island is located at latitude 18.55 north and longitude 64.35 west in the eastern section of the British Virgin Islands. It is about 5.9 kilometers (3.7 mi) north of Virgin Gorda and north-east of Prickly Pear Island and also Mosquito Island (sometimes spelled Moskito Island), which is also owned by Branson. The British Virgin Islands (BVI) are a group of islands about 1,815 kilometers (1,128 mi) south-east of Miami, Florida, 184 km (114 mi) due east of San Juan, Puerto Rico, and about 175 km (109 mi) north-west of St. Barts. Wikipedia.com
There is a big list of activities on Necker Island. It is a great spot for KiteSurfing, water-skiing, wakeboarding, sailing, paddle boarding, kayaking. You can explore wreck and reefs by scuba diving and snorkeling. The Great House offers an infinity pool. If you would like to explore the British Virgin Islands you can get daily excursions. Explore wildlife on Necker Island, you can see and feed lemurs, flamingos, giant tortoises, and others.
Book an individual room on Necker Island as a couple, individual, or family for stays of 7 nights. Kids can stay in the Bunk Room at the Great House which is well equipped with toys, books, and video games. Cots, baby baths, and other baby essentials are available on request. Babysitting is provided as well.
Necker Island offers many various dining options. At The Great House cocktails, followed by a good dinner. At The Beach House a delicious dinner with stunning views of the ocean, Turtle Beach is for a lunch, the Floating Sushis Bar experience with Delicious sushi, freshly prepared by the chef and served in the pool. A romantic dinner with the sound of the waves and a beach fire on the Bali Hi Beach.
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