A quiet corner of the Caribbean, St. Vincent & the Grenadines boasts untouched beaches, secluded islands, and lush jungles.
Part of the volcanic Windward Islands, St. Vincent & the Grenadines is characterised by its tropical landscapes, white-sand beaches, and luxury private islands. The archipelago is particularly popular for yachting, snorkelling, and scuba diving, where you can discover mesmerising coral reefs, unspoilt coves, and colourful fishing villages. For those looking to get away from the coast, head inland and explore bustling markets, hike beautiful jungle trails, and paradisical waterfalls.
Our luxury St. Vincent & the Grenadines holidays could see you staying in a beautiful boutique hotel or all-inclusive luxury resort, where you can relax in swimming pools overlooking the Caribbean Sea, dine in world-class restaurants, and unwind with rejuvenating spa treatments. There is a wealth of islands to choose from, whether you want to discover the beautiful beaches of Canouan of Bequia, or retreat to the private islands of Mustique and Petit St Vincent. With most of the islands in the Grenadines serviced by air charters from Barbados, travellers can combine both destinations on their luxury Caribbean holiday.
The best time to visit St. Vincent & the Grenadines is between December and March, when the weather is warm and at its driest. There is a higher chance of tropical storms from July to November, which is the country's official hurricane season.
St Vincent and the Grenadines experience beautiful warm weather all year round, with the drier months falling between February and April making it the perfect time to visit for sunbathing and water sports.
Situated in the southern Grenadines, Tobago Cays Marine Park is best known for its vast coral reefs, including the horseshoe reef, attracting snorkellers and scuba divers from all over the world. Comprised of five small islands, the archipelago boasts some of the best beaches and lagoons in the region, and is particularly popular with yachts. Spot a wealth of marine life including green sea turtles, great barracudas, and stoplight parrotfish.
With its white-sand beaches untouched and glassy turquoise sea, Bequia is one of the most beautiful islands in St. Vincent & the Grenadines. Explore the colourful local markets of Port Elizabeth and admire the yachts of Admiralty Bay before dining in some of the island's best restaurants. Make sure to visit some of the island's most famous beaches, including Princess Margaret Beach and Ravine Beach.
Visit Saint Vincent, the largest island of St Vincent & the Grenadines, and what locals call 'the mainland'. Wander the streets and delight in markets full of fresh produce, fruit and vegetables before retreating up the hill to Bequia Beach Hotel's sister property, Grenadine House, for lunch on the patio terrace overlooking Kingstown. With a fascinating colonial history and pristine botanical gardens, a trip to this charming capital and chief port of the Grenadines is the perfect way to immerse yourself in the culture of the island.
Known for being the haunt of a whole host of celebrities including David Bowie and Mick Jagger, Mustique is one of the most exclusive private islands in the Caribbean. The island is known for its beautiful white-sand beaches, including Macaroni Beach, its boutique properties, hiking trails, and watersports.
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Best Time To Travel:
Dec - Apr