courtesy: BVI Tourist Board

BVI Tourist Board is putting the island of Anegada on sale!

It’s an effort to lure tourists back after the real and perceived damage caused by Hurricane Irma.

For its part, tiny Anegada was largely spared by the storm.

From now through Feb. 28, guests can book a four-night stay for the price of three at a growing list of  properties for stys through April 15, 2018 –  With promo code ANGW18.

Currently travelers can book stays at:

Rates at this glamping destination start at $340 for a surfside luxury beach tent, or as low as $225 for a standard king or twin room.

○        With modern, renovated villas that can accommodate up to five guests each, Four Diamonds offers a luxury experience (including access to Anegada’s fabulous flamingo pond!) starting at $429 per villa per night.

courtesy: BVI Tourism

○        The affordable 17 units at Anegada Reef Hotel are available for as low as $150 per night for a garden view room, or $190 for oceanview.

Additionally, Air America is offering discounted rates on charter flights from Puerto Rico to Anegada. As one of the leading charter companies licensed to fly direct to Anegada, the airline will honor its promotional rates through the remainder of 2018. For one-way flights, a 5-passenger plane is available starting at $1,260 while the 9-passenger plane costs $1,665.

For those who arrive in Tortola or Virgin Gorda, the Tourist Board will provide a $50 credit per guest on roundtrip transfers to Anegada by ferry or air. This offer is valid for visitors who book a stay using the promo code at any participating property.

What’s the Deal?

This is one way to seriously chillax on vacation with the added value of helping to restore tourism in the Caribbean after Hurricane Irma. This unusual discount during high season offers visitors endless stretches of nearly deserted beaches, snorkeling above unspoiled reefs and the bonus of watching the island’s beloved pink flamingos.