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The largest of The Grenadines islands, Bequia is a mere nine square miles lined with stunning beaches and tropical scenery. Bequia is called ‘The Big Little Island’ as there is a big choice of activities with a little area and population. The golden sand beaches offer a relaxing place to soak up the sun or to enjoy the exhilarating watersports on offer. The natural harbour at Admiralty Bay is a centre for boatbuilding, fishing and sailing with trips to the little islands scattered in the near vicinity. Visitors can charter a yacht and explore the island’s deserted beaches and secluded bays. The island’s interior is lush and forested with attractive little villages scattered through the green hillsides. Mount Pleasant offers sweeping views over Admiralty Bay and Park Beach. Most of the island’s nightlife centres around the hotels where as Port Elizabeth offers the widest choice of restaurants, bars and craft shops. At the end of the day you can watch the beautiful sunset while listening to the sounds of steel bands. Bequia is the perfect holiday destination for those wanting a natural place to relax and unwind.


getting married in st vincent and the grenadines

Hidden within the 32 beautiful islands, that form the Grenadines, you will discover the picturesque island of Canouan. This island is considered to be the Caribbean’s best kept secret and is located only a short flight away from Barbados and St. Lucia. Canouan is only 3 miles long by 1.5 mile wide and is fringed with white powder sand beaches surrounded by turquoise waters and a large coral reef. The coral reef is home to sea turtles that come ashore in nesting season to lay their eggs. In Canouan you can laze your days away on the beach, indulge in a spa treatment or enjoy a cocktail at one of the sophisticated restaurants or bars. There is a variety of resort activities available including snorkelling, watersports and a championship golf course. Attractions in the area include a casino, an interesting 15th Century church and a marina. Visitors can also enjoy quiet nature walks, diving excursions and boat trips to nearby Tobago Cays. This alluring escape offers a romantic retreat for those wanting to enjoy the magic of the Caribbean in luxury and comfort.

mustique island

An exclusive 1400 acre private island located in the southern part of the West Indies, Mustique Island is one of The Grenadines' most precious gems. Privately owned by the Mustique Company this little island comprises a set of approximately 100 exclusive luxury villas. With a reduced population of just 500 inhabitants, this island presents itself as an almost deserted paradise popular with many celebrities. Famous visitors include Bill Gates, Princess Margaret, Amy Winehouse, David Bowie, Hugh Grant, Kate Moss, Shania Twain, Prince William and Queen Elizabeth II who spent private holidays here along with Prince Phillip in the 1960s .

With a rich land fauna including rare species of tortoises and herons, Mustique Island is also home to an incredible array of several reefs, making for the most incredible snorkelling and diving experiences in the Caribbean. One of Mustique's most famous and talked about hotspots is the legendary Basil's Bar which is well-known internationally for its good drinks and casual food at the water's edge. Basil also owns the adjacent clothing boutique, the antique shop and the wine store while also being home to the Mustique Blues Festival which features artists from many modern music genres from all over the world. The island's focal point is here at the water front on Britannia Bay where you will find Basil's Bar, a few small shops and the quaint gingerbread houses.

palm island

Palm Island is a secluded, 135-acre private island where tranquillity and exclusivity reign. With just 43 rooms, pristine beaches and natural surroundings, this island is ideal for anyone looking to slow down, recharge and rediscover the wonders of nature. Great care has been taken to ensure that the resort blends in with the untouched natural surroundings. The resort activities include tennis, windsurfing, sailing, snorkelling and kayaking. Guests can also take guided islands walks or enjoy golf ‘Palm Island Style’. A wonderful boat trip to the world famous Tobago Cays is also available. On Palm Island you can truly get away from it all and enjoy a deserted island experience in luxury and style. This idyllic tropical hideaway is situated near the southern tip of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, an idyllic archipelago of 32 tropical islands and cays a short flight from Barbados International airport.

st vincent

The largest of the islands in the chain of keys and islets that make up the St Vincent and the Grenadines archipelago, St Vincent is an astonishing volcanic island composed of partially submerged volcanic mountains with the iconic Soufriere volcano still being active. This incredible holiday destination full of contrasts is often overlooked by travellers and yet is brimming with exotic opportunities to provide the holidaymaker with a wealth of wonderful surprises and amazing, buoyant greenery. Mainland St Vincent is one of the few places on Earth that can boast about having black-sand beaches and white-sand in the same country, providing those on holidays in St Vincent with unique opportunities to experience one of the rarest and most beautiful natural phenomenon.

With its lush tropical rainforest full of eco-adventures, here travellers get to discover an enchanting Caribbean island that is bursting with exciting adventures, captivating land and water activities, outstanding natural beauty and very friendly and welcoming people. Nature lovers, scuba divers and hikers will all love St Vincent. From the comfort of a bus tour to the challenge of hiking to the top of La Soufriere volcano, there are fabulous activities for everyone to enjoy at this world class island destination.Go bird watching, take in a cricket match or replay scenes from Pirates of The Caribbean, visit the beaches, go on island tours, go hiking, stroll through tropical gardens, engage in active sports, go yachting, diving...the possibilities are endless.