The tiny tropical island chain St. Vincent and the Grenadines evokes a vision of Caribbean paradise. A very well kept secret and thought by many to be the most beautiful country and islands in the entire Caribbean.
Undiscovered tropical paradise
The tiny tropical island chain St. Vincent and the Grenadines evokes a vision of Caribbean paradise. A well kept secret thought by many to be the most beautiful country and islands in the entire Caribbean.
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St. Vincent has rugged mountain terrain, lush forests, and a variety of uncluttered beaches. The Grenadines provide a wealth of quiet bays, glorious beaches, and some of the best dive sites and sailing waters in the world. With so many to choose from, you will be hard pressed to cover them all.
In all, there are 32 islands and Cays that make up St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Here are some of the larger and most idyllic islands of the Grenadines. If you want to see them all then there is no better way than a sailing holiday. See our TradeWinds shared cabin special deal to the right.
Discover an enchanting Caribbean island that is brimming with exciting adventures, captivating land and water activities, outstanding natural beauty and very friendly and welcoming people. The gateway to the island nation, St. Vincent is the largest island of the country. One of it's natural treasures is the lush, evergreen Marriaqua Valley that offers a spectacular panoramic view of what is often referred as the “islands breadbasket”
Bequia is a relaxed and friendly Caribbean island with an international flair, tailor-made for sailing enthusiasts, beach lovers and honeymooners. Enjoy white sand beaches, sheltered bays, turquoise seas and a selection of lovely hotels, well-appointed villas and apartments, and excellent restaurants and bars. From St Vincent your first port of call.
Rub shoulders with the rich and famous on a Caribbean island that blends elegance and luxury with natural white sands, palm trees and turquoise seas. Stay at the world famous Cotton House, free up at the Blues Festival and the lively atmosphere of Basil’s Bar, unwind in the absolute tranquility of a deserted beach. Mustique, which won the Travel Channel's 'Best Exotic Beach Award 2013,' is altogether beguiling.
Discover a Caribbean island that combines luxury and elegance with natural beauty and local charm. Famous for one of the Caribbean’s longest barrier reefs, gorgeous white sand beaches and turquoise seas, Canouan is simply captivating. Come and relax, play golf, drop anchor, or get married.
Being a tropical caribbean destination, the temperature stays fairly constant throughout the year, and it rarely gets below 30 degrees C and 86 degrees F.
The official dry season is the winter and early spring, especially from January through May although with rain showers being short and sharp the country is very much a year round destination. In the summer, it might feel much hotter than it is because of higher humidity levels.Click here for current and forecast weather in St Vincent & Grenadines
Mayreau is the Caribbean’s great escape, a secret treasure of peace and tranquility. With no airstrip, you have to sail here, and you will never want to leave. Picture-postcard beaches and bays, a friendly village with a quaint old church, Mayreau is the untouched Caribbean you only hear of in whispers.
Imagine an intimate cluster of five uninhabited cays, heavenly lagoons full of green turtles, coral reefs, colourful fishes and crystal clear waters. A dream for scuba divers, a paradise for beachcombers, and a film location for Pirates of the Caribbean, the Tobago Cays and the Tobago Cays Marine Park is one of the world’s most awe- inspiring island destinations.
One of the undiscovered treasures of St. Vincent & The Grenadines, Union Island is relaxed and friendly, and still very much off the beaten track. A charming destination and a great base to explore the natural beauty of this region, Union is a paradise for yachting enthusiasts, scuba divers, hikers and sun worshipers.
A tiny island just one mile from Union Island, and only accessible by boat. It has an area of 135 acres (0.55 km2) and has five beaches. Originally known as Prune Island, Palm Island got its current name when the former owner, the late John Caldwell ("Johnny Coconut") arrived after sailing single handedly around the world in a tiny sailing boat with two cats. He arrived at Prune Island, bought it and planted hundreds of coconut palm trees! Palm Island is now the home of Palm Island resort and twenty private holiday villas
Petit St Vincent
PSV is a truly idyllic island just 3 miles from Union Island. It is the southernmost island in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The entire island operates as a luxury resort, with 22 one and two bedroom bluff cottages and luxury villas, and has been a part of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World hotel chain since July 2013