A chain of islands sitting in the middle of the Caribbean with white sands and pristine beaches this a romantic’s dream. Whether it’s the seclusion of a honeymoon that you seek, the gentle quiet immersion into another way of life or snorkelling with turtles in a coral reef lagoon, a carefree and relaxed holiday is what you can expect in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Saint Vincent is the main island, and the Grenadines is a belt of islands stretching south to Grenada. 32 islands, coral reefs and sand banks make up St. Vincent and the Grenadines. This English speaking region made up of tiny volcanic islands offers stunning white sands, tranquil seas and dramatic scenery from rolling hills to sheer cliffs.
St. Vincent is not an island for those looking for nightlife however those who seek a holiday to unwind and relax in the midst of untouched beauty and to experience the Caribbean in all its glory will be hard pushed to find a better alternative. If scuba diving among coral reefs, barefoot beach wandering and deluxe hotel suites on a private island pique your interest, St. Vincent is for you. The local cuisine is to be experienced when in St. Vincent with fresh fish specialities like red snapper and fried jackfish combined with the unofficial symbol of St. Vincent: breadfruit.
The Tobago Keys in the Southern Grenadines is a cluster of five islands and reefs uninhabited and popular with tourists who can enjoy a day trip to the area. These islands are the core of the Tobago Keys Marine Park, a sand bottom lagoon. Snorkelling and scuba diving is very popular for those hoping to swim with turtles!