Little Deadman’s Beach, Peter Island

Little Deadman’s Beach, an extension of Deadman’s Beach on Peter Island in the British Virgin Islands, is a beautiful expanse of soft, light colored sand, excellent for sunbathing, snorkeling or just totally relaxing…

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Rumored to have gotten its name for the pirates marooned on neighboring Dead Chest Island who drowned while attempting to swim to Peter Island and washed up on shore, Deadman’s Bay is gorgeous and well worth a visit!

Accessible only by boat, Little Deadman’s Beach offers beautiful views of Deadman’s Beach, Peter Island Resort and Tortola.

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The protected bay is great for swimming, kayaking, walking the beach or just floating in the turquoise waters…

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Walk over to the stunning Deadman’s Bay Beach, where although the beach chairs and other amenities are for use by the Peter Island Resort guests, day visitors can order lunch or beverages from Deadman’s Beach Bar & Grill.

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If you want to stretch your legs a bit, take a hike up the road where you can sit and take in more amazing views of the bay.

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And the other side of the island…

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Big Bay Reef, Peter Island

And, if you’re looking for a little “alone” time, just head over to Honeymoon Beach right next to Little Deadman’s Beach, where you’ll find just one thatched palapa with two lounge chairs.

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One day on Little Deadman’s Beach wasn’t nearly enough and got us thinking that maybe a longer stay on island at the Peter Island Resort might just go on the “list”!

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Find Little Deadman’s Beach on our Peter Island Map

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Comments

  1. do u ever have contest s for a trip on here?