Car Rental

t: +1 284 495 4900

e:  dclynerental@gmail.com

f:  https://m.facebook.com/dclynerental/

w: https://dcrentalbvi.com/

As a family-owned and operated business for over 25 years, the Denzil Clyne Jeep and Car Rental team will greet you with a smile and unmatched customer service. Explore Tortola’s rigor and winding roads with confidence. All our vehicles are well maintained and are equipped with 4- Wheel Drive / All-Wheel Drive and Automatic Transmissions. With that combination, driving in the BVI is a breeze. We offer a fleet of over 50+ vehicles to accommodate parties of all sizes. We also have baby seats and booster seats available for your little explorer.

Tell our team where you would like to be picked up the car and they will pick you up (once available) at no additional charge. The airport, a ferry terminal, a private villa or a hotel, the choice is yours. On departure, we can drop you off at the airport or one of the ferry terminals while give you a sincere wave goodbye.  As your first point of contact on Tortola, we welcome you to start your trip with our hassle-free check-in process so you can quickly begin your ultimate vacation.  Allow us to take care of your transportation needs so you can sit back and enjoy your vacation.

The Fleet

Island Time Car Rentals

Nanny Cay Marina, Tortola, BVI
t:   +1 284-495-9993
m: +1 284-346-0356  f: https://www.facebook.com/islandtimebvi/?_rdc=1&_rdr 
w: www.islandtimeltd.com   e:  reservations@islandtimeltd.com  info@islandtimeltd.com

The company was founded in 1999 as M'n'M Powerboats. In 2003, it was renamed Island Time Power Boat Rental Company and relocated to Nanny Cay Marina.  In 2015, Island Time Power Boat Rentals was acquired by Julien Johnson and is proud to now be the premier Power Boat Rental company on Tortola. The business has since grown to include car rentals, adventure tours and a five-star inter-island water taxi service.

  

The Wranglers Jeeps are $85 per day for a 2 door & the 4 door is $99 per day.

Soper's Hole Car Rental during your trip on Tortola - https://www.sopersholecarrental.com/

              

Here are some current rates & SUV's for rent:-

 

Suzuki Grand Vitara 2015 (Mid Size)

Daily Rate: $75

Weekly Rate: $475

Monthly Rate: $1,600

 

Suzuki Jimny 2015 (Small Car)

Daily Rate: $65

Weekly Rate: $380

Monthly Rate: $1,300

 

Toyota Rav4 (Mid Size)

Daily Rate: $65

Weekly Rate: $380

Monthly Rate: $1,300

Virgin Gorda Rentals

L & S Jeep Rental 

Located on Virgin Gorda, L & S Jeep Rental is one of the largest car rental companies in the British Virgin Islands. We credit our success to being able to satisfy our customers every time they rent from us. At L & S we offer the latest model vehicles, providing you with just the right vehicle to meet your needs

Great cars, convenient location, low rates along with a focus on customer service and satisfaction; plus reliability make L & S Jeep Rental the best value for your next car rental needs on Virgin Gorda.

Booking with us is fast and easy, and you are assured that your car will be waiting for you upon your arrival. Virgin Gorda is a vacationer’s paradise and there’s no better way to explore our Paradise than in a quality rental from L & S Jeep Rental.

Getting around Virgin Gorda to explore

The BVI's most famous natural attraction, The Baths - a series of spectacular pools & grottoes formed by a combination of giant sized boulders - is located in Virgin Gorda. There are some 20 beaches on Virgin Gorda, including the beautiful Devil's Bay (a national park given by the Rockefellers to the BVI government in the 60's), Spring Bay, Trunk Bay, Long Bay, Mahoe Bay & Savannah Bay.

Little Fort National Park, located south of the Yacht Harbour, is the site of a Spanish fort, the walls of which are still partially intact. This 36-acre area also functions as a wildlife sanctuary. There is also the abandoned Copper Mine (mined by Cornish miners between 1838 & 1867, perhaps even earlier by the Spanish) on the southeast tip of the island where a boiler stack & other 19th century stone buildings can still be observed.