Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

St Vincent and the Grenadines
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Grenadines are part of the Windward Islands in the Caribbean‘s eastern archipelago. St. Vincent to the North and Grenada to the South, this lovely chain of islands are isolated enough to remain relatively unspoiled, yet lively enough to be both stimulating and entertaining.

32-island chain that makes up St. Vincent and the Grenadines, sometimes known as “the Spice Islands.” Extending for 45 miles, these mountainous isles offer a get-away-from-it-all atmosphere with a virtual lack of major development. Island-hopping is easy here, as is the pace of life. Nights are spent peacefully at anchor under a canopy of stars.

Known as “the least touristy” and largest island of the Caribbean, St. Vincent offers picturesque black sand beaches, as well as great diving and snorkeling. The north end of the island is dominated by La Soufrière, an active volcano, which last erupted in 1979. The tiny Grenadines feature small but quaint resorts on white sandy beaches, as well as excellent sailing water.

The Grenadines, more accessible now than before, is far enough off the beaten track to offer secluded coves, empty beaches, and pristine waters. The sparkle of the water by day is rivaled only by the breathtaking sight of the black velvet of the evening sky thickly studded with stars. You have discovered paradise. The only remaining question is: How soon can you return?


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