Tobago Cays © Courtesy of St. Vincent and The Grenadines
Nestled in the southern Caribbean, the 32 islands of St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) beckons those seeking an authentic escape from the beaten path. With an unassuming charm, friendly locals, and a treasury of untouched natural wonders, this archipelago offers a transformative experience for the discerning traveller.
Stretching gracefully across 112 kilometers, this island chain forms a picturesque necklace, extending from the vibrant main island of St. Vincent to the serene Petit St. Vincent in the south. Each island is a unique gem waiting to be explored.
St. Vincent’s lush mountainous landscapes and black and golden sand beaches offer a tranquil retreat for those yearning to escape the crowds. Bequia, with its old-world charm and golden shores, is just a 30 minute ferry ride away. Alternatively, revel in barefoot luxury at secluded resorts like Young Island, Palm Island, and Petit St. Vincent—serenity without the hustle.
Mustique and Canouan set the stage for opulent villa experiences, while Mayreau’s intimate population enjoys one of the region’s most pristine anchorages. Union Island, a cultural hub, launches you into a world of small-island vibrancy. Uninhabited but breathtaking, the Tobago Cays boast a yachter’s paradise with turquoise waters, friendly turtles, and white sandy beaches.
For adventurous souls, St. Vincent and the Grenadines offer eco-rich experiences. Hike the La Soufrière volcano or spot the indigenous Amazona Guildingi parrot on the Vermont Nature Trail. Refresh your spirit at St. Vincent’s waterfalls or take a dip in the Leeward coastline’s black sand beaches. Wander through the Botanical Gardens, a sanctuary for the soul, the oldest in the Western Hemisphere.
Discover the “critter capital of the world” as St. Vincent and the Grenadines boast unparalleled critter diving outside the Coral Triangle. Over 100 dive sites await exploration, from adrenaline-pumping drifts to uncrowded coral gardens and dramatic underwater landscapes of caves, canyons, and walls.
A sought-after sailing destination, the archipelago offers tranquil atolls spanning 64 kilometres. Explore palm tree-populated islets, home to seabirds and turtles. With state-of-the-art marinas on Canouan and well-stocked chandleries, sailing enthusiasts find their haven.
For those hearing wedding bells, St. Vincent and the Grenadines provides an unparalleled backdrop. Host celebrations, renew vows, or embark on a memorable honeymoon with ease. New regulations even allow tying the knot on the day of arrival. This romantic destination offers a myriad of intimate properties for your unique celebration.
Air Canada offers non-stop flights three times weekly (increasing to four times weekly from December 19th throughout the winter). St. Vincent and the Grenadines eagerly awaits your arrival. New hotel openings in 2024 include Sandals Resorts and Holiday Inn Express on mainland St. Vincent.
Embark on an unforgettable journey to St. Vincent and the Grenadines—where authenticity, tranquillity, and adventure converge to create an experience like no other.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines © Dan Galbraith/Details Group With its casual, unpretentious authenticity, friendly people and deep wealth of unspoiled natural attractions, the 32
Photo © Courtesy of Victoria House Resort & Spa Nestled on the Belize Barrier Reef, the intimate luxury resort invites October visitors to extend their
From St. Vincent’s lush tropical rainforest full of eco-adventures, to the idyllic beaches, coral reefs and turquoise lagoons of the Grenadines, SVG is a tropical paradise for sailing, scuba diving, enjoying nature, and relaxing in seclusion.