Every imaginable watersports and small boat activity is
available. Located right on the beach, both Cane Garden Bay Pleasure Boats
(495-9660) and Baby Bull Watersports (495-9627) have a complete line of
related rentals including sunfish, windsurfers, Hobie Cats, kayaks, canoes, and small
Hair braiding. Lydia's Boutique
(495-9257), right on the beach in front of Elm's, braids hair for women and
men, some of whom do their chests. Lydia also has popular cat and map motif
"puff" t-shirts (and other colorful designs). Mention the B-V-I Guide
and get a good price!
The Molly Brown dive boat offers diving for small groups
Ice Cream. At the Big Bamboo/Paradise Club is the A&S
Ice Cream Parlour.
Seafood Market. All caught in BVI waters, Cane
Garden Bay Seafood Superette (495-9455) has fresh local seafood, including
lobster, conch, kingfish, yellowtail snapper, grouper, tuna, swordfish, as well as
groceries, fresh bread, spirits, wine, beer and sodas including Puerta Rican Pina
Variety Store. A charming little bar/cafe
for drinks, Columbus Sunset Store & Bar (495-4751) has a variety of
items needed by the traveller.
Olivia's Corner Store,
a gift boutique at
Myett's, offers a colorful island sun dresses, kites and toys and much
Myett's also has
internet services and a Barclay's ATM.
quaint little shop at the Big Bamboo/Paradise Club, Distinctively Natural Boutique
(495-4606) has interesting items like local "shellfish" statues and
picture frames made form sand bordered with shells as well as lightweight cotton/rayon
A-line and sheath dresses, skirts and wrapsets in "mythai" colorful
island motifs, thong, hi-waist and one piece Brazilian style bathing suits, tank
t-shirts for men, Margaritaville and Cheeseburger in Paradise Jimmy Buffet
t-shirts, and colorful paper mache strings of fish.
Jan's Potpourri & Art Gallery
is at Quito's Gazebo.
Rhymer's has a small grocery and gift shop.
Del's (495-9356) rents jeeps and cars.
Bobby's Market Place
Elm's has a nice shop with clothing, beach bags, sunglasses and
various gift items.
Snorkeling and Pelican Watching.
Camped out on the south side of the bay, pelicans are continually diving
in the area in front of Da Wedding. The reason is a snorkeler's dream--a vast
school of sprats, a small fish that never gets larger than a few inches long.
Snorkel here a bit and soon the fish all around you dart in unison from
side to side.