While the island itself is beyond dramatic, the most remarkable feature is the electric blue ocean that surrounds Virgin Gorda.
The underwater make up of the island looks entirely different down south in comparison to up north.
Skyscrapers of protected coral grow in Mahoe Bay while enormous boulders jet out of the ocean at Spring Bay. You can find grasslands reminiscent of a sunken Serengeti on the East side, and surfable waves on the West.
The subaquatic dichotomy of Virgin Gorda makes this destination one of particular importance to me.