Canouan Silver Turtle Grenadines, Caribbean & Mexico
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This tropical paradise is also fantastic for yachting, scuba diving, enjoying nature, and relaxing in luxurious hideaways.
One destination; thirty-two gorgeous Caribbean islands. One of the Caribbean’s best kept secrets, St Vincent and the Grenadines has for decades hosted yachters, rockers, and sun-worshipers quietly inhabiting one palm-studded atoll after another – yet you will regularly find yourself alone on one of it’s incredible beaches. Located to the west of Barbados and South of St Lucia, this is a fantastically accessible destination yet incredibly Robinson Crusoe in its way of life.
Imagine a chain of islands untainted by tourist exploitation, pristine sky blue waters and white sandy beaches on deserted islands and you’re almost there. These islands have enchanted sailors (and pirates alike) for centuries, and continue to do so. The island-hopping opportunities are endless, whether you have your own vessel, we set you up on a yacht charter, or you are happy to hitch a ride. Some might recognise these islands as home to Hollywood’s Pirates of the Caribbean but these islands were also once the realm of real life pirates.
Of the thirty-two islands dotting the seascape, only nine are inhabited. One of these being St Vincent, which is the largest and home to the capital Kingstown – a lively town still very much reticent of colonial times with cobblestone streets. Upon leaving St Vincent and entering the Grenadines, everything changes. These islands really are a world away from the hustle and bustle. The pace of life slows to a crawl and any stresses and strains of the ‘real life’ completely vanish. From St. Vincent's lush tropical rainforest full of eco-adventures, to the idyllic beaches, coral reefs and turquoise lagoons of The Grenadines, St Vincent & The Grenadines really is a destination of endless possibilities to cater to all tastes.