The British Virgin Islands
Being among the most prosperous states in the Caribbean, the British Virgin Islands makes approximately half of its wealth from tourism. Numerous soft sandy beaches and crystal clear water make it a desirable holiday destination. The volcanic origin of the islands however provides even more versatile landscape. The Baths – a coastal area of Virgin Gorda – is famous for the grottoes, tunnels, pools and huge boulders on the beach – similar to those in Seychelles.