The British Virgin Islands are a British overseas territory located in the Caribbean. The territory comprises over 60 islands, cays, and islets. The largest and most populous island is Tortola. The capital is Road Town. The British Virgin Islands are a self-governing parliamentary democracy and have a population of around 33,000.
The British Virgin Islands are not a part of the European Union, but they are a member of the CARICOM trade bloc. The currency is the East Caribbean dollar. The primary language is English.
The British Virgin Islands are a popular tourist destination, with Tortola being the most popular destination. The islands offer a wide range of activities, including swimming, snorkelling, sailing, and diving.
To call the British Virgin Islands from Guam, you will need to dial 011-284 followed by the eight-digit telephone number.