What is Cooper Island?

Cooper Island is my favorite island in all of the British Virgin Islands. They are known for their white sand beaches, calm tropical waters, and their rum bar. And, of course, their solar powered brewery. Cooper Island operates entirely on sustainable environmental practices. And the whole island runs on solar power. And they use the power of the sun to make the best beer in all of the BVIs, in my opinion. Don’t forget, the island always creates their own rum, which they serve at one of the most famous rum bars in all of the Caribbean.

Cooper Island Rum Bar

How is Cooper Island Special?

The staff at the Cooper Island Beach Club is always incredibly friendly and welcoming. The Caribbean oasis is always laid back and the perfect relaxing getaway. Cooper is small and separated from many of the “party” islands in the BVIs. So, Cooper is great for those who want to relax and unwind for a few hours, or days. They have a wonderful restaurant on the beachfront that is perfect for a sunset dinner. Or sunrise coffee. It’s easy to spend a full day on this beautiful island. Because Cooper is one of the most unique experiences in all of the Caribbean. And there is great snorkeling, scuba diving, and fishing nearby. The island is also home to the Coffee Box. The Coffee Box is a local cafe that serves incredible, freshly made coffee. Also, the Coffee Box serves homemade ice cream, gelato, and other sweets.
Snorkeling at Cooper Island

How Do I Get There?

Cooper Island is only accessible through boat. The most common mode of transportation is to fly into St. Thomas or Tortola. And from there, you can charter a boat to cooper or take a ferry. The harbor has mooring balls. So, you can stay overnight in their harbor. Cooper is neighbors with Salt and Ginger Islands. And just a quick boat ride away from Virgin Gorda and Jost Van Dyke. The BVIs have so much to see! Just make sure you don’t miss Cooper Island. Click here to find a boat that will take you to your tropical getaway.

Cooper Island