Exploring sixty islands makes for one scenic trip with you in the driver’s seat. Crisscross the azure waters aboard a yacht, cruise the long, scenic roads by car and then bike down to shorelines filled with secluded beaches. No matter what mode of transportation you choose, discover the secrets of paradise in the BVI.
Taxi Services 
Take a taxi ride with the BVI's many taxi operators who are as friendly as they are knowledgeable
Rental Cars 
Renting a car in Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada or Jost Van Dyke means, having the freedom to move around at your own pace. A valid BVI driver’s license and a fee of $10.00 US are required by all who seek to drive in The BVI. A temporary BVI driver’s license can be obtained from the Vehicle Licensing Department or any Car Rental Agency once a valid driver's license from another country is produced. Remember, you must be at least 25 years old to rent a car, and driving is on the left side of the road in The BVI. Contact your car rental agency to pre-arrange pick-up at your hotel, the airport, or ferry dock. 
Bicycles & Scooters 
Breeze around on a bike or scooter and explore some of the larger islands in the BVI. Check out the listings below for rental agencies. 
Inter-Island Ferries 
Ferry services among the larger islands of the BVI are frequent, speedy and efficient – the perfect way to go island hopping. For more information on ferry schedules click here. 
Inter-Island Aviation 
Take advantage of the many air charter companies that travel throughout the BVI and the Caribbean