One of the most amazing things about vacationing with Cuan Law is the variety of activities available! Not only do you get an incredible sailing experience on the water, but you also have access to some breath-taking land experiences. So if you’re one of those people who love to stretch their legs, then lace up your joggers because here are three popular hikes that you don’t want to miss!
Salt Island is mostly scrub brush, with a few cacti and the occasional bush. It presents an enjoyable afternoon hike, with an easy walk around the salt ponds, or a moderate climb up the hillsides to give a view of the ponds and the ocean. The south shore is a rugged cliff coastline, battered by ocean waves, while the north shore slopes to a lovely beach and sheltered bay where we often anchor.
Peter Island is covered with brush and trees. There is an abandoned estate house (the Chubb family of Chubb Security fame) situated overlooking Little Harbour, and we often take guests ashore for an hour hike up and around the estate. A walking path makes the estate still accessible. Hiking off the trail and through the bush would be difficult, but it is possible.
Virgin Gorda’s vegetation is lusher, and what you would expect from a tropical rainforest climate. There are many paths around the island that make hiking easy, but in most places, it is not possible to leave the path and venture into the forest.