British Virgin Islands (BVI)


The British Virgin Islands, or "BVI" to its followers, is a world-renowned island sailing paradise. The three main islands of Tortola, Virgin Gorda and Jost Van Dyke are each unique destinations. The string of smaller islands along the Sir Francis Drake Channel shields the entire area from the stronger currents of the Atlantic Ocean to the east, while offering natural beauty and water recreation options. When you see photos of a lone sailboat, anchored in a scenic cove with a white sand beach and mountain behind it, there's a good chance it was shot in the BVI. This area provides the perfect setting for Purpose Bound participants to reflect and contemplate. Or to simply relax on a hammock on a quiet stretch of sand, drifting off to the sound of the never-ending lapping waves.

Pictured: Long Bay, Tortola

  • Where We Sail

    Our time in the BVI begins with a brief stop in West End Tortola for customs and a glance at Pusser's Landing. We circle Tortola, with stops at bustling Road Town and beautiful Cane Garden Bay. Our visit to Virgin Gorda includes The Baths and Spanish Town. We also visit Norman Island and breathtaking White Bay on Jost Van Dyke, and more.


  • Our Mission Work

    We partner with local churches and other organizations on this island to serve on projects like these:

    • Orphanage and foster care home
    • Elderly care home
    • Kid camps & VBS
    • Misc. community service projects
    • Prison


  • Local Sights & Activities

    Our visit includes time to experience local culture, explore history and partake of popular island activities such as:

    • Snorkel an 1867 Shipwreck
    • Visit "The Baths"
    • Explore Spanish Town
    • Kayak or Windsurf
    • Hike to Copper Mine Ruins