Cow wreck beach

Cow Wreck Beach Bar is located on Anegada within the British Virgin Islands. Stop by for the view, drinks, great food, and hopefully a stay in our villas.


Why is it called Cow Wreck Beach?

This beautiful beach on Anegada has an ugly name: Cow Wreck. Cow Wreck earned its name long ago when a ship carrying cow bones, which were used to make buttons and other items, wrecked off this beach.

Where is Anegada British Virgin Islands?


Anegada, one of the British Virgin Islands and the northernmost of the Lesser Antilles, a chain separating the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea. It lies about 80 miles (130 km) east-northeast of Puerto Rico.

How long is the ferry from Tortola to Anegada?

Tortola, Road Town to: Anegada: 60 mins.

How do you get around in Anegada?

Getting Around — Taxi drivers offer both transfers and island tours. Recommended drivers include Lawrence Wheatley (tel 284/495-8002); Aubrey Levons (tel 284/443-9956); and Rondell at Tony’s Taxis (tel 284/495-8027).

What is Anegada known for?


Anegada is known for miles of white sand beaches and the 18-mile (29 km)-long Horseshoe Reef, one of the largest barrier coral reefs in the Caribbean.

Is Beef island the same as Tortola?

Beef Island is an island in the British Virgin Islands. It is located to the east of Tortola, and the two islands are connected by the Queen Elizabeth Bridge. … Beef Island.

ArchipelagoVirgin Islands
United Kingdom British Virgin Islands
British Overseas TerritoryBritish Virgin Islands

How much does the ferry cost from St. Thomas to Tortola?

Presently, port fees are $10 from St. Thomas to Tortola. Fees from Tortola to St. Thomas are $15 for BVI residents, and $20 for non-residents.

Do I need a passport to travel to Tortola?

Generally, all U.S. citizens are required to present a valid U.S. passport when traveling to the British Virgin Islands, as well as proof of anticipated departure from the British Virgin Islands.

How do I find flamingos in Anegada?

One of the most impressive sights is the Roseate Flamingos, which were restored to the island’s salt ponds in 1922. These days there are hundreds of these beautiful birds on the island. Spot the coral-coloured Anegada flamingos at the observation deck at Flamingo Pond, where they roam free.

Is there a ferry from St Thomas to Anegada?

Passenger ferry service is available between St. Thomas/St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Anegada in the British Virgin Islands. The service is typically just once a month.

How long does it take to sail from Anegada to Jost Van Dyke?

If you feel like a longer passage, depart Anegada and head to Jost Van Dyke. You’ll be traversing the BVI with Tortola to your port side. It’s a great downwind sail which, in good wind should take you 4 or 5 hours with few fellow boaters to watch out for.

How do you pronounce Anegada?

Is Anegada open?

Domestic air travel services between Tortola, Virgin Gorda and Anegada are operating. There are regular ferry services between Tortola and its sister islands of Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke and Anegada. Ferries are allowed to operate with up to 65 people at a time.

Where can I snorkel in Anegada?

Loblolly Bay

In fact, you can snorkel right off the beach in front of the cottages. But the best snorkeling on the island, in our opinion, is at Loblolly Bay. The coral reef is gorgeous hee. In fact, it’s some of the healthiest coral we’ve ever seen..

Is Tortola worth visiting?

Tortola is famous for the laid-back lifestyle and for being far less pretentious than some other Caribbean islands. You can have simple fun just about anywhere, and one nice adventure of that kind is a ride on a bus in Road Town.

What currency is used in Tortola?

The official currency is the US Dollar (USD), which is divided into 100 cents. Most establishments on the larger islands accept credit cards, but on Anegada it is best to have cash. Banks and exchange facilities can be found in Road Town, Tortola. ATMs are available in Tortola and Virgin Gorda.

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