St. Vincent & The Grenadines

Imagine: Roof cottages full of water on the turquoise terrace; The sweet aroma of tropical flowers and rum punch fills the air; Bronze with different white sands worship the sun, surrounded by flimsy waves, coral

Imagine: Roof cottages full of water on the turquoise terrace; The sweet aroma of tropical flowers and rum punch fills the air; Bronze with different white sands worship the sun, surrounded by flimsy waves, coral reefs and sleek boats. The only thing that removes you from the towel on your beach is the intricate network of secluded islands floating in the distance. Welcome to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

View of Admiralty Bay on Bequia Island

If you do not want to spend your days with sunbathing on a picturesque island (Saint Lucia) with a thrill of tourists (Saint Kitts and Nevis), you should venture on Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. With 32 remote islands and caves, along with Panna Hills, postcard-friendly harbour and boutique hotel, this Caribbean destination is a perfect place. Give a few days to explore St. Vincent, before sailing for the largest island of the series, Muscat, Canan, and Bequia – some of the finest (and exotic) hideaway in grenadine. However, the discovery of this cold, low-tropical hot paradise requires many hours of transition (there is no direct flight from the US) and a thick wallet.

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