Necker Island

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Surrounded by the sparkling blue Caribbean sea of the British Virgin Islands, Necker Island exudes the elegance and lifestyle of the rich and famous. You can “rent” the whole island for yourself and your guests, staying in the Balinese style houses with your own pool and never-ending views to the sea. Virgin Atlantic owner Richard Branson purchased this previously uninhabited island between Tortola and Anegada in the late seventies. He has slowly developed several residences in addition to the main house, an airy Balinese Villa. A favourite with royalty, rock stars, and movie stars, Necker Island is the ultimate private getaway in the Caribbean.


Special rates available - various "Celebration Weeks" throughout the year.
Contact the Vladi Island Travel Team for further details.

Approximately 5 km northeast of Virgin Gorda.

The Great House has a Master Suite with a sitting area, outdoor Jacuzzi, and a Victorian bathtub on the private terrace. In addition, there are 6 double rooms and one Junior Suite, each with a balcony (some shared), king-size beds with mosquito nets and en-suite bathrooms (without baths). Increasing the guest capacity to 28 people, the authentic cliff side Balinese houses Bali Hi, Bali Cliff and Bali Lo offer elegant villa accommodations with private pools, open-air lounges, and private dining areas. Bali Lo and Bali Buah and Bali Kukila are built in the middle of the island and boast wonderful panoramic views with a large private pool.

Fine food is the highlight of any guest’s stay and the team of chefs prepare food that Necker Island has become famous for, dining can be formal or informal, inside or outside, themed or traditional or a mixture of everything! Guests are encouraged to treat Necker like their own home; therefore are most welcome to help themselves to anything they want at any time.

Swimming, tennis (flood-lit courts), windsurfing, kite-surfing, diving, fishing, sailing, hiking, waterskiing, kayaking, power boat trips, fitness, billiards, darts. A piano, library, board games for the family and toys for children are all at your disposal. Activities such as treasure hunts or beach Olympics can be arranged. There are also horse riding facilities on Tortola and Virgin Gorda. Discover Virgin Gorda and its famous "baths" – unique rock formations – one of very few places in the world where you can bathe in the middle of a white sandy beach. The coastline of Anegada is a popular diving site due to its own reefs and shipwrecks. And it is said that Norman Island was the original setting for Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island. There are quaint shops on Main Street in Road Town and almost everywhere, you will find a quiet bar for a refreshing tropical drink.

Bali Leha - The Necker Island Spa
Leha Leha is the Balinese way of descrining peace, relaxation and daydreaming, and there is no better place to do this than at the Necker Island Spa. Bali Leha is built into a cliff overlooking the sea and whilst being pampered by our fabulous range of treatments you will be able to enjoy beautiful ocean views and drift away to the gentle sounds of the sea. Using Gerard's skincare range which is exclusive to Necker Island, the treatments follow a natural, holistic and Ayurvedic approach that enhances emotion and well-being from within. The traditional Balinese treatments offered are designed to complement the Spa's surroundings. Many treatments can also be taken in a room or on the beach. These are not included in the normal rates and a treatment list is available on request. Whilst staying at Neckar Island, there is also the possibility to hire Necker Nymph, which is a 3-person aero-submarine.

Best time to travel
All year round. Daily temperatures vary between 29° and 32° C. A constant fresh sea breeze allows for a pleasant climate.

Getting there
Fly to Tortola, Virgin Gorda or St. Thomas. Transfer by boat or helicopter to the island.

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