Guana is the most pristine British Virgin Island. The 850 acres, seven beaches, mountains, gardens, organic orchard, hundreds of hiking routes, and even our colony of flamingos are exclusively for a few visitors. Where the dazzling Caribbean meets the huge Atlantic, you’ll find first-class dining, lodgings, and service in a heritage of low-key luxury established by nearly a century of family management. Each of the 18 individual rooms and villas overlooks the Caribbean and Atlantic from a picturesque ridge and is cooled by trade breezes. The island has no public bar, marina, or commercial facilities. Guana’s understated elegance and full isolation (only registered visitors are allowed) have long made it a getaway for artists, writers, politicians, and businesspeople.