Mount Sage National Park
British Virgin Islands, Tortola

Mount Sage National Park was created in 1964 on the slopes of the highest ridge of the island of Tortola. The height of the main peak of Mount Sage is 523 meters, which also makes it the highest mountain peak in the US and British parts of the Virgin Islands. But on average, the total height of the park is at the level of 240-300 meters above sea level. A special humid microclimate reigns in the park, which made it possible to preserve several rare species of tropical plants on the island. One part of the park is reserved just for these purposes - the original forest cover, which is difficult to access even with a guide. The rest of the park is open for walking and hiking, although it is not so simple. Most of the landscape is covered with huge boulders, which at one time became the reason that impedes the cultivation of these lands for plantations. On the territory of the park there is a plantation of Mahogany and White Cedar, which during the West Indies trade were almost destroyed.

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