Private land of the Turtle Dove: After being picked up from hotel or villa, the first stop is the Sunday Morning Well. This landmark symbolizes the spot where the Emancipation Proclamation was read in 1834. The next stop is the J. R. O’Neal Botanical Garden, named after a native BVI Islander. Next, proceed to the Historical wall, located at Fahie Hill.
Explore an outdoor gallery, accessible to everyone, drawn by local artists, summarizing the cultural history of the BVI, as early as the 1930’s. Next stop is the Sage Mountain trail. Next, tour the Callwood Rum Distillery, located in Cane Garden Bay. This site features the original structure of a Sugar Cane distillery. Visitors to this rustic site can purchase samples of rum. Then it’s on to the historical village Carrot Bay Village, where the elder folk tell tales of the history of the BVI. The final stop is Shell museum, also located in Carrot Bay. The museum has shells on display as well as boats and local crafts. After that stop, the driver will return to the vehicule , giving you an opportunity to enjoying the gorgeous views of the island of Tortola.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick-up at the hotel.
Duration: 3.5 hours.
Start/opening time: 12pm.
End/closing time: 3.30pm.
Others: Operates daily.