Pay a visit to mainland St. Vincent and take a trip with us along the calm waters of the Leeward Coast. Get a thrill out of the black sand beaches or visit the Falls of Baleine, which is only accessible by boat. You may even spot dolphins or whales on the way.
Drop anchor in the “Island of the Clouds”, Bequia, the largest Grenadine Island. Take an island tour on an open back taxi to the Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary and Hamilton Fort or stroll along the most popular beaches in Bequia; Lower Bay Beach and Princess Margaret Beach.
Mustique is a luxurious private island which attracts some of the world’s most famous celebrities. Take a tour around the island and, dip in the clear waters of Macaroni Beach or have a few drinks at Basil’s Bar.
The island is renowned for having one of the Caribbean’s longest barrier reefs and is the home of the famous Canouan Resort and the Trump International Golf Club. Play a round or two of golf or scuba dive on the coral reef.
Mayreau is the smallest of the seven inhabited Grenadine Islands and only accessible by boat. Its picturesque Salt Whistle Bay is a popular anchoring spot for yachts and great for a sunny day at the beach.
The Tobago Cays is a cluster of five uninhabited islands where a few scenes from the movie Pirates of the Caribbean were filmed. It is also a home to marine life which includes friendly turtles who allow you to take a swim alongside them.
Take a speed boat over to Happy Island, a manmade island built from discarded conch shells, for drinks, indulge in a delicious conch lunch or shop around in the island’s small town, Clifton, for souvenirs.