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British Virgin Islands
Moskito Island is situated in the British Virgin Islands. The closest international airport is on Tortola (Beef Island – airport code EIS) which is a 35-minute flight from San Juan and a 1 hour 20 minute flight from Antigua. It is possible to fly to the British Virgin Islands via many parts of the Caribbean, with the most popular routes being via San Juan, Antigua and St. Thomas. Private jets can land at Beef Island and at the airport in St. Thomas (STT).
There is a helipad on Moskito Island for a very quick connection, however please note that helicopter flights are not possible at night in the BVI. By private launch Moskito Island is approximately 30 minutes from Tortola and 10 minutes from Virgin Gorda where there is another smaller airport, however flights to this airport are limited and the runway is not paved.
What's the weather like?
Unsurprisingly, this is one of the most common questions people ask us when planning a visit to Moskito Island. The average monthly temperature in the British Virgin Islands ranges from highs of around 82°F (28°C) in January to highs of roughly 95°F (35°C) in July. In short, it’s hot and sunny pretty much all year round!
There is a consistent sea breeze to keep you cool and the water temperature ranges doesn’t stray far from 76-80°F (24-27°C). Regardless of when visit, you can expect the weather to be warm and pleasant, with the months from September to December generally somewhat wetter than the rest of the year. July is the hottest month, but only by a few degrees.