THE PERSONALITIES

Castaways. 

MOMENTS

Caribbean the way it used to be. Untouched paradise. Glimpsing green hues the moment the sun sets into the ocean.  

BEST VISITING MONTHS

Perfect weather November to May. Avoid September for the hurricane season and January and February if you don't like crowds. 

COST


 

WHY STAY

Guana is one of the last privately owned islands in the Caribbean, with never more than 30 guests visiting at a time. Discover 7 white sand beaches surrounded by green hilltops, mountains and tropical forests. Choose the Sea View Cottage or the North Beach Villa for a charming and cozy stay. The Jost House Villa is the ultimate luxury experience - a 10,000 square feet property with its own infinity pool, terrace and chef! Renting the entire island is an option as well and would be a perfect wedding destination. 

WHY WANDER

Enjoy the ocean and visit the White Bay Beach - named one of the best in the Caribbean. Sail, kayak or snorkel. Explore the Flamingo Pond. If you can bare leave Guana, take a boat to Vigrin Gorda and see the famous Baths or the Norman Island for a cave expedition. At the end of the day relax inside a jasmine scented terrace. 

INDULGE IN

Castaway picnic on a private beach. Guana-grown fruit. Fresh grouper and local lobster. 

GETTING THERE

Fly into the British Virgin Island's Beef Island Airport. The boat from Guana will be waiting to take you to the iguana shaped island. 

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