The best of the BVI can be found just beyond the beaten path, in spots such as Fallen Jerusalem and Anegada's North Shore.

Set amid the azure waters of the Caribbean, the British Virgin Islands has long been a coveted destination for sun-seeking adventurers. With its vibrant coral reefs, quiet coves, and lively beach bars, the BVI is synonymous with relaxation and indulgence. 

The BVI is also renowned for its tourist attractions and well-­trodden paths, which is why, on a recent charter, our group of experienced charterers intentionally strayed from the familiar hotspots. In doing so, we found a side of the BVI that produced memories and stories anew. These newfound (to us) destinations offered a fresh glimpse into the singular charm of the BVI, which are just waiting to be discovered by intrepid souls who dare to look a little farther.

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For a tranquil spa retreat, Sanctuary Cap Cana in the Dominican Republic is an excellent bet, finds Sarah Bridge

There’s nothing quite like a 10-hour flight on a packed-out plane to get the nerves thoroughly jangling, but just a few minutes in the spa at Sanctuary Cap Cana in the Dominican Republic will have them un-jangled in no time.

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The Atlantic archipelago of Bermuda is known for its pink-sand beaches, beautiful waters, and the serious number of luxury yachts that cruise its seven primary islands. The destination's temperate year-round weather is another great trait — no matter when you visit, you'll be able to catch some sun, explore hidden caves, or just sit back and sip some rum by the sea. To help you narrow down when to schedule your trip, consider the territory's main tourist seasons.

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