Sage Mountain National Park | Tortola, British Virgin Islands.
The highest point in Tortola, Sage Mountain is mostly above 1000ft which lends to a rainforest-esque climate. Frequent showers and cloud cover roll in on the hour.
The main trail is lined with Fig trees and elephant ear vines and is relatively easy to traverse; as long as you don’t mind getting a little mud on your shoes. It winds around the mountain and even has a plant that visitors “sign in” on like a guest book. The birds of the island, which are rarely seen, will be chirping loudly in the background. Almost as if they are singing along with you on your hike. Sending you on your way back home.