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Drinking Age in the British Virgin Islands

The British Virgin Islands are located in the Caribbean, not far from the U.S. Virgin Islands. The islands are often referred to as BVI and are a popular travel destination for fisherman, sailors, sun worshippers, as well as other independent travellers. However, this is not the place to visit if you are thrifty or cost conscious. Boating around the dozens of islands is a great way to explore the Caribbean. When visiting the British Virgin Islands you will find that the legal drinking age is 18. This is the age where alcohol can be purchased legally as well. However, you will not be able to take alcohol back into the states if you are not at least 21 years of age.
Drinks of Choice

It is not surprising that rum is main drink of choice on the British Virgin Islands. There are many great rum based concoctions that are found at all of the bars located on the roads and the main beaches. The beaches in the British Virgin Islands are extremely pristine and most do not have any type of refreshment stand because of this. When visiting the beaches you are going to want to bring at least water with you.

However, most beaches have bars and restaurants located nearby. This makes it easy to walk over when you are done soaking up the sun on the sand.

One of the recommended drinks when visiting the British Virgin Islands is called the Painkiller. This drink is made out of rum and coconut and topped off with some orange juice. The Bushwhacker is another drink that you should try during your visit on the islands.

Every bar on the island has its own specialty drinks available. Sampling your way across the islands is really worth it as you will find many of the drinks to be simply exquisite. However, you want to watch out for a drink that is called No-See-Um. This drink is made with bananas, coconut, and pineapples and rum that is 151 proof. This drink will get to you before you can see it coming.
British Virgin Islands Nightlife

Most of the establishments offer happy hours between four and six in the evening. Make sure to take advantage of these times as drinks are going to be much cheaper.

If you are looking for a great night life there is plenty located around Road Town. There are also many great tourist places advertised throughout the islands. It is also worth it to check out some of the more local bars. If you want to experience the culture of the islands make sure to ask a local what is on and where.

Many restaurants feature live local music. The sunsets are simply spectacular and you can enjoy them in the mountains or on the beach. Enjoy some local music while sipping on a wonderful rum drink and take in the views. The British Virgin Islands offer the perfect place to relax.

 

 
 

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