The British Virgin Islands (BVI) is an island country located in the Caribbean. The country is a British Overseas Territory and is made up of more than 60 islands, with the main islands being Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke, and Anegada. The country has a population of around 25,000 people and the official language is English. The currency of the country is the US dollar. The country is a popular tourist destination, with tourists coming for the beaches, the coral reefs, and the sailing.
To call the British Virgin Islands from Ghana, you will need to dial the international dialing code for Ghana, which is +233, followed by the country code for the British Virgin Islands, which is +1, followed by the area code for the island you are calling, which is a five-digit number. So, to call Tortola from Ghana, you would dial +233+1+284.