Transportation information for Virgin Gorda is provided below. Travel information includes driving directions, maps, airport information and more.
Since there is no public transportation on the British Virgin Islands, taxis are a great way to get around for visitors.
Charter boats and ferries are available for getting to other islands.
There is a small airport on Virgin Gorda for inter-island flights. The main airport for flying into the British Virgin Islands is the Terrance B. Lettsome Airport which is located on Beef Island, linked to Tortola by the Queen Elizabeth II Bridge. When traveling to Virgin Gorda or any of the other British Virgin Islands, keep in mind that there are no direct flights from the US, Canada, Europe or South America. Flights to the British Virgin Islands originate from other islands in the Caribbean such as Antigua, St. Kitts, St. Thomas, Sand Juan or St. Maarten/St. Martin.>
Chartered flights are available to get you to neighboring islands.
Map + Directions
Virgin Gorda is British Virgin Island's second largest island and is located only 8 miles east of Tortola. The British Virgin Islands are located east of Puerto Rico within the Caribbean between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.
Jeep rentals and car rentals are both available at a reasonable price for exploring the islands in Virgin Gorda.