Jost Van Dyke – The Bubbly Pool – Christmas Day

Jost Van Dyke, BVI
Good friends at he Bubbly Pool on Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands

Christmas Day 2009 – Chin, Boopy, Michelle, Zi and G take off to Jost Van Dyke somewhat crowded into the 15-foot inflatable. Although the morning started off with heavy rains, flash flood warnings and a rain probability of 90%, the seas are calm. We make a straight shot to Jost, leaving two heavy squalls one on the port the other on the starboard. We arrive fairly dry.

Jost Van Dyke, BVI: Bubbly Pool Christmas Day 2009

Jost Van Dyke, BVI
Michelle, Ezius and I at the bakery on the way to the Bubble Pool offering free ham for Christmas

Sage Mountain, Tortola, BVI
Clouds lie on top of Sage Mountain, the hight peak in the Virgin Islands, almost qualifying it as a rain forest

Bubbly Pool, Jost Van Dyke, BVI
Mario, Boopy, Michelle and Ezius watch as a giant wave breaks over the rocks at the entrance to the Bubbly Pool

Bubbly Pool, JVD, BVI
the broken wave enters the pool

Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin islands
the pool settles, the crew awaits the next swell

Abe's by the Sea, Little Harbor, Jost Van Dyke BVI
Dinner at Abe's by the Sea, Little Harbor, Jost Van Dyke BVI
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4 thoughts on “Jost Van Dyke – The Bubbly Pool – Christmas Day”

  1. Man, I have been dreaming of JVD this entire Christmas. It’s too bad I’m stuck here in the states working!

  2. could you give details of trip, passports, payments, raft rental and how much, how long did it take to get there from St

  3. If traveling from the USVI you will need to clear BVI customs and immigration:
    NEW – US CITIZEN coming to the BVI in 2006 will need a valid passport. The principal requirement for entry into the British Virgin Islands. However, Canadian and US citizens may also enter using an authenticated birth or citizenship certificate along with current picture identification. Visitors from some countries may also require a visa for entry. If in doubt about the necessity of a visa, contact the nearest BVI Tourist Board Office, the nearest British Embassy, or the Chief Immigration Officer, Immigration Department, BVI Government at (284) 494-3471 or (284) 468-3701 ext. 2538.

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