An uninhabited island of the British Virgin Islands, Norman Island is a place for the curious minds and for those who love to party amid the nature.
Believed to be an archetype for Robert Louis StevensonÕs book Treasure Island since 1843, Norman Island is alleged by many writers to be home to a buried treasure. This island is one of the largest uninhabited landmass of BVI where adventure means partying at two of its thrilling beach bars. The William Thornton and Pirate's Bight are both known for Pirate's Bight and a party-hearty crowd. If party is not on your mind, then curious divers can go exploring the sea caves.