Nearly all of the beaches are open and accessible — Tortola's Cane Garden Bay is the lone exception. From Nail Bay on Virgin Gorda, shown above in early February, to White Bay Beach on Jost Van Dyke to Smugglers Cove Beach on Tortola, the beaches are still beautiful — and, better yet, uncrowded. Due to low tourism following the storms, you can have that perfect stretch of sand almost entirely to yourself. Explore The Baths (without hundreds of fellow travelers) and snag an Instagram-worthy shot alone in that famous little cave. The water surrounding the islands is as clear as ever, and popular snorkeling spots offer up plentiful sightings of marine life without tons of other snorkelers to scare them away.