Virgin Gorda Baths

Repair 30 Homes


The Baths at Virgin Gorda are internationally renowned for their natural beauty and are visited by the majority of tourists to the Virgin Islands, whether cruise ship visitors, yacht charterers or land-based tourists. Prior to the hurricanes, The Baths received an average of over 100,000 visitors per year and generate an annual revenue of around $300,000 in entrance fees. With much of the infrastructure damaged, visitors’ experiences of the The Baths were negatively affected.

STATUS: Delivery Underway


Ministry Partner: Ministry of Natural Resources, Labour, and Immigration

Project Number: 103

Project Start Date: February 2019

Projected End Date: August 2019

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In order to return the Baths to full functioning capacity and ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for visitors, repairs to the ticket booth and restroom facilities are required. To enhance the experience further, a shaded rest stop will be created at Devil’s Bay.





One of the most iconic spots in the Virgin Islands will not only be returned to full functionality, but will also be improved to provide a better tourist experience.


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BUDGET :  $189,062 .00


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