The Atlantic Ocean:
On this small island there is a few National Parks of course, and one of them is called Gordo Peak. It is 200 plus acres and its point of interest is a neat observation booth at its summit. It isn't as large as some of the structures that are built in the south of the U.S. to see forest fires, but it is high enough and you can see Coppermine Point, Beef Island airport in Tortola, and out to Necker Island and Leverick Bay.... You simply turn 360 degrees and you would see nearly to Puerto Rico too....It was rocky, and sort of reminded me of the Grouse Grind, but one-tenth as easy... Easier even then that.