Part of Peter Spa on Reef Bay, Peter Island.
Deadman’s Bay Beach
Deadman’s Bay beach, Peter Island.
A picturesque crescent shaped beach fringed by palm trees that provide comfortable shade, is the largest stretch of sand on the island. Despite its name, this is often regarded as one of world’s most romantic beaches. Even more romantic is intimate Honeymoon Beach hidden on Little Deadman’s Bay Beach at the end of Deadman’s Bay.
Little Reef Bay
This isolated, peaceful beach is a gem embedded on the southeast coast. It can be reached by boat but most guests walk from the resort.
White Bay Beach
On the back side of Deadman’s Bay, facing Norman Island, is another spectacular white sand beach that offers fine snorkelling.
Things to Do
Peter Island resort.
One of Peter’s popular attractions in an up-scale, tranquil spa treatment zone that accepts day-trippers, though pre-booking a private ferry ride from Tortola is recommended. Complimentary yoga sessions twice a week are offered at the Spa.
Sports and water activities
Peter Island operates excellent facilities including dive shop, swimming pool and tennis courts, varied water sports as well as ball games. Diving trips to the nearby Wreck of RMS Rhone (BVI’s best) and the Dead Chest sites are particularly noteworthy.
Weddings and parties
The resort is up for anything you can imagine, and more!
Peter Island is served by charter flights, private ferry, water taxi, helicopter and private yacht.
Private ferry services are available for guests traveling from St. Thomas’ International Airport, US Virgin Islands or Tortola’s Beef Island Airport. It’s a 90 minutes ride from St. Thomas or 30 minutes from Tortola (the cost will be included if you are a day visitor to the Spa).
Public ferries run from Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas to Road Town, Tortola, then you can take their private ferry.