British Virgin Islands is a large group of islands and islets in the North Atlantic Ocean of which only 16 are inhabited. The largest islands are Tortola and Anegada, Virgin Gorda and Jost Van Dyke. Tropical marine and warm climate and the average annual temperature from 22 to 29 degrees above zero make the destination popular for many travelers. Winter and summer in the Islands are considered dry seasons, and spring and autumn - rainy, though even in the rainy months the rainfall period lasts six days maximum. In the off-season hotel prices in the Islands are the most reasonable what is proven by hotel price comparison. The peak of tourist season usually falls between December and April - and hotel prices in the Islands during the period, respectively, are higher than from May to August. Thereat climatic conditions are suitable for beach holidays all year round. On the islands one can find a large number of first-class hotels, the level of service meets European standards even in cheap hotels. Holiday in the Islands is geared mostly for beach lovers and fans of diving.