SurfingThe Virgin Islands
The Caribbean is filled with great surf throughout. The most consistent time to catch surf is November through March, which they consider their "surfing" season. The average swells range between six and eight feet, however some of the bigger days can exceed double overhead. The Caribbean has waves available for all levels, from beginners to advanced surfers. The Caribbean offers a variety of waves ranging from fast, hollow reef breaks and heaving beach breaks to waves that are great for longboarders or kiteboarders. The British Virgin Islands offer plenty of surf spots. In Tortolla , Apple Bay is the islands best known surf spot and the location of Bomba Surfside Shack. Further up the coast is Cane Garden Bay, the best Tortola can offer and a perfect world class right hand point break. When Cane Garden is firing you may be able to surf a wave for up to 300 yards! Josiah's Bay on theother hand usually isn't bigger than 6ft at best and averages 3 to 4ft. It offers safe surfing conditions that are fun and enjoyable but still testing forthe better surfers. Needless to say there are many wave choices to choose from with some secret waves to add to the count.
Please, no more than 3 boards per person.
Also, due to the layout of the rooms, it's bestnot to bring large pieces of hard luggage that you can't collapse into a smaller space once unpacked.
Be sure to bring ALL your surf trip necessities, wax, leashes, repair kits, etc. and lots of sunscreen! Here is a detailed packinglist.