Hidden Gems of St. Vincent and the Grenadines

written by | Posted on October 17th, 2012

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

 

A collection of 32 unspoiled islands and cays in the secluded Southern Caribbean, St. Vincent and the Grenadines offers something for every interest on your honeymoon, including some of these hidden treasures.

The Tobago Cays, a protected wildlife reserve of five islets bordered by a giant horseshoe reef, is a renowned sailing, snorkeling and scuba diving mecca. It also has small sand beaches that are perfect for an afternoon barbeque. There remain few places on earth today that can match the unblemished natural beauty, easy accessibility and “feel good” tranquility as the Tobago Cays. The waters, with their ever-changing kaleidoscope of blues, greens and seemingly limitless shades of aquamarine, create a truly picture perfect background.

Mopion, the quintessential deserted island, is a dollop of brilliantly white sand that seems to float magically in a clear turquoise sea, with nothing more on it than a singular thatched umbrella. It is the idyllic setting for an intimate picnic spot.

Saltwhistle Bay on Mayreau island is a perfectly half-moon shaped beach outlined by palm trees. It is one of—if not the most—beautiful beaches in SVG. With only 250 residents, the island with no airports, no roads and no banks will offer couples an intimate getaway.

To learn more about St. Vincent and the Grenadines, visit discoversvg.com.