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In early June 2020, White Bay Villas (WBV) undertook a large survey of past guests and/or those familiar with Jost Van Dyke (JVD) to get their thoughts, feedback, and input on a variety of topics. We received over 500 responses to our survey. Last time, we highlighted an important issue related to future travel plans...
In June 2020, White Bay Villas (WBV) surveyed past guests and those familiar with Jost Van Dyke (JVD) to get their input on a variety of issues including what does safe, healthy, responsible, and resilient travel look like.
If you have to work from home anyway, why not do it from White Bay Villas - on the last Virgin Island of Jost Van Dyke!
Listen in as our owner, John Klein, discusses White Bay, our history, trip provisioning, getting to Jost Van Dyke, and the new private White Bay Beach Club with the avid traveler and Caribbean travel blogger, RumShop Ryan.
Jost Van Dyke (JVD) offers varieties of activities and ways to spend your days and nights. Its offerings provide for all vacationers ranging from snorkelers, swimmers, land and beach dwellers, those looking to totally relax and the more adventurous folk and everything in between.
The Ministry of Health and Social Development is "working to create a policy environment that actively promotes the diversion of waste away from existing disposal sites through prevention, reuse, recycling, and recovery."
With the news that Inter Island Boat Services (@InterislandBoatServ) is resuming its ferry trip services to Jost Van Dyke out of Cruz Bay, St. John and Red Hook, St. Thomas, we can't help but be excited that progress in interisland services is being made. But there is still much to be done to get the local government to keep the promises they made to the public.
The 2019 British Virgin Islands General Elections are coming up on February 25th. We want to make sure the officials that are elected hear directly from you about how critically important it is to very substantially, and with a great sense of urgency, improve our seaports of entry.
So much has happened to our beautiful little island here in the Caribbean and we are so excited to share how things are coming along.
We are thrilled to debut our new White Bay Villas website to our clients, visitors, partners, and media who are looking to experience the wonders of White Bay Villas on Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands.
First, I want to say Thank You for being a White Bay Villa guest and/or a JVD visitor in the past. The entire White Bay Villa team looks forward to welcoming you to our property. These past months have been a really crazy time!
There are many reasons why a couple should choose Jost Van Dyke for a BVI honeymoon destination. The first one that comes to mind is how romantic Jost Van Dyke is. It is absolutely gorgeous.
I’ve been traveling to Jost Van Dyke for about 20 years. I always looking forward to being on my favorite Island, Jost Van Dyke, at my favorite place on Jost, White Bay Villas. I love exploring the Island, as well as exploring the BVI’s by boat.
When I’m on Jost, I love to eat out in as many restaurants as I can. I LOVE food and enjoy eating out at as many restaurants as I can. Everyone of them is different and unique in their atmosphere. All of them are amazing and the food is so fresh!
The first time I went to Jost Van Dyke to stay, 1998, I stayed in White Bay, at the Plantation Villa. At that time, there was only the Plantation Villa and it was the owner’s house. I’d never been there during the day.
As some of you know, I don’t live on Jost, but it is my favorite place on the planet. The people are so friendly, and as I stay there during some of my longer stays, I really enjoy getting to know the locals.