If you’ve always dreamed of having a Caribbean island all to yourself—if only for a little while you’ll be thrilled to know that Guana is available as an all-island rental for groups up to 42 people (give or take a few). The entire Island will be yours—every magnificent acre of it—for as long as you like. Customize every detail of your stay including the menus.
To be able to plan and combine a luxury destination civil beach wedding with a Hindu wedding ceremony in the truly unique location of Guana Island, BVI, a privately owned island in The Caribbean, was a dream come true for me. The colours and the setting were just beautiful and how truly stunning is the bride in her ‘Aruba’ gown by Caroline Castigliano
If escaping somewhere far from the madding crowd is your idea of heaven, this privately owned isle in the British Virgin Islands will render you starry-eyed. With just 20 all-inclusive rooms, a maximum of 32 guests, and no other island inhabitants, Guana offers blissful serenity and the chance to get back to nature (850 glorious acres worth). While children are welcome, this is a destination tailor-made for couples, with seven pristine beaches, miles of hiking trails with sublime ocean views, and perks like movies under the stars in a cliff-side setting known as the Garden of Eden. Be sure to book a massage in the “spa”—an alfresco cabana tucked discreetly in mangroves behind the main beach—where the soundtrack is the murmur of the sea and breezes rustling the palms.
Imagine a private island that looks like a slice of paradise that fell from the sky, and you will have heavenly Guana Island. You can find this majestic isle in the British Virgin Islands territory just nearby Tortola. Although it is privately owned, the island warmly welcomes guests to its 20 all-inclusive rooms. The island can accommodate 32 guests at one time. Aside from the service staff,…
I’ve never heard of this precious gem of an island until I started researching…it is simply divine looking from the pics I’ve been seeing. Have you ever been to Guana Island? I’d certainly love to hear your review.