A string of 32 islands in the southern Caribbean, St. Vincent and the Grenadines is a place of quiet azure waters, unspoiled forests and stunning white sand beaches. It is a destination for those seeking a getaway that’s truly off the beaten path.
With its casual, unpretentious authenticity, friendly people and deep wealth of natural attractions, this collection of islands and cays is a life-renewing experience. From the imposing La Soufriere volcano to the oldest botanical gardens in the Western Hemisphere, the main island of St. Vincent has so much to offer. South of St. Vincent, the Grenadines are strung across 40 miles of typically tranquil waters. Only eight of these islands are inhabited: Young Island, Bequia, Mustique, Canouan, Mayreau, Union Island, Palm Island and Petit St. Vincent. For all their charming remoteness, these islands have something for everyone—the family traveler, the romance seeker, or the adventurous explorer. Another must see are the Tobago Cays, a family of five sibling islands protected by a huge horseshoe reef.
You’ll also find a qualified lineup of tour operators, charter companies and dive shops ready to help coordinate itineraries for your clients. When it comes to accommodations, SVG extends a welcoming hand of inborn hospitality to just about every taste and wallet, from intimate-sized, family-owned hotels and boutique properties, to private island resorts.
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