On land, Cane Garden Bay, Tortola's most-loved beach, appears a bit rough around the edges, but its turquoise waters and golden sunsets have retained their magic. Irma and Maria dealt a powerful blow to the bay, and all of the businesses along the beach sustained major damage. A few spots, including the Paradise Club and Myett's, reopened winter 2017. Nearby, the owners of Quito's Gazebo are hard at work rebuilding and hope to open in October 2018. Although the hurricanes robbed Callwood Distillery of its jungle-like entryway, visitors to the historic, 400-year old Arundel Estate located on the bay's west side, can partake in tastings of four different varieties of Callwood Rum for a mere $2 fee. A bottle of Callwood's homemade hooch makes a great souvenir (and piña colada) while supporting the local economy.