in the British Virgin Islands
Overall, the British Virgin Islands has protected 28 locations by turning them into national parks.
The national parks include an impressive collection of land and marine areas containing historic sites, tropical forests, bird sanctuaries and The Rhone, one of the world's most famous shipwrecks.
While many of the sites are located on Tortola and Virgin Gorda and easily reached by car, others are on remote islands that require travel by boat.
Tortola National Parks
J.R. O'Neal Botanic Gardens
Mount Healthy Windmill Ruins
Sage Mountain National Park Hiking Trails
Shark Bay at Brewer's Bay
The Queen Elizabeth II Park
Virgin Gorda National Parks
Devil's Bay and Little Bay National Parks
The Copper Mine
National Parks on Other Islands
Dead Chest National Park
Great Camanoe- Cam Bay National Park
Jost Van Dyke - Diamond Cay National Park
Fallen Jerusalem National Park
Little Tobago/Great Tobago National Park
Prickly Pear National Park
Salt Island - Rhone Marine Park
West Dog National Park
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