Surfing has become very popular over the last 15 years in the British Virgin Islands And why not? During the winter months when the north swell arrives on our shores, the point on the eastern side of Cane Garden Bay serves up some world class right to left breaks which offers up some of the longest wave rides in all of the BVI. The North East point of Cane Garden Bay has exposed rock & coral beach. In a 5-7 plus foot swell it has great wave action. The point is a long ride and if you pick it up far out you'll get a good 150-200 yard ride. The waves may lose a little halfway where you can jump off and paddle back or ride it all the way. Cane Garden takes at least a 5 plus foot swell to create ride-able waves. This spot has to have the right conditions and when they do the waves are world class. Surfing here puts riders to experience close encounters with the reef and there are rocks that you have to be cautious of running along the left on the breaks.
Swimming, Stand-Up-Paddle Boarding, Kayaking and Snorkeling are a few other activities available at Myett's and Cane Garden Bay. We have Stand-Up-Paddle boards sitting right outside of Myett's for you to try. Paddle around the bay and enjoy a relaxing adventure as you cruise in and out of the yachts at anchor. Or do yourself a favor and find yourself in your own world during a sunset paddle. If Snorkeling is your idea of spending an enjoyable afternoon, Cane Garden Bay is protected by the outer reef that is easily reachable from shore. Grab your gear and take a leisurely swim to the reef and catch a view of some of the great sea life that lives here. Check out the Parrot Fish, Octopus, lobsters and more. For a little more excitement you will be lucky enough to catch the large Tarpon feeding on the small Fry fish.