Guana Island in the BVI is 850 acres of privately-owned undisturbed beauty. One of the few remaining private islands in this part of the world, Guana has 7 pristine white-sand beaches, miles of tropical forest, mountains, hills, and valleys. Offered on the island are excellent food, accommodations, and service in the tradition of 7 decades of family stewardship. Usually there are 30 guests at a time, leaving many acres of privacy, and no marina or public facilities to bring others to disturb the peaceful setting.
On-island activities include tennis, sunfish, kayaks, pedal boats, hiking trails, croquet, ping pong, snorkeling, and fishing. Options include day trips to other islands, waterskiing, deep-sea fishing, boat charters, scuba diving, massage, and yoga.
Dining is a combination of American, Continental,and Caribbean cuisine served on dining terraces with spectacular views. Beach BBQs with Caribbean music are held weekly.
Guana’s purpose is to disconnect visitors from ‘regular’ life – to be a haven and escape. They do not offer TV or phones in guest rooms, they have provided internet service.
Scientists have said that Guana has more flora and fauna than any island of its size yet studied in the Caribbean. If so, credit can be given to the efforts of the owners to protect and preserve the natural environment.
Visit Guana.com to learn about renting the island, planning your wedding there, rates, and accommodations. Enroute to Guana, be sure and stop by our Coldwell Banker office to learn what real estate opportunities there are now in the British Virgin Islands.