Guana Island is an 850-acre island of the British Virgin Islands. It is one of the few remaining privately-owned islands in the Caribbean. The island has seven stunning white sand beaches and 850 acres of tropical forest, mountains, hills, and valleys. This island offers plenty of natural beauty and lots of privacy.
Guana Island: Weather
The weather on Guana island is similar to the rest of the Caribbean. It is warm to hot year-round with occasional passing rain showers.
Things to see and do
- Visit one of Guana Island’s three distinct reef areas: White Bay, Muskmelon Bay, and North Bay. White Bay is a pure white swath of coral sand nearly half a mile long. White Bay is a set of parallel patch reefs in shallow water, where there are no strong waves or currents. This is the most popular beach on the island. Muskmelon Bay offers great snorkeling and dives from 60′ – 80′. North Bay is a windward, rough-water bay with deep reefs and wrecks.
- Hike. Twelve miles of trails for both the beginner and more advanced hiker
- Play tennis (available at the Island’s resort)
- Snorkel and dive
- Sunset cruise
There are no marinas on Guana Island. However, there is one private mooring in Muskmelon Bay at a rate of $30 per night.