Located on the eastern side of the Caribbean and flanked by Grenada, Barbados and St Lucia lays the island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The island chain capital, Kingstown is located on St Vincent. Since independence from Britain in 1979, the territory retains commonwealth links to its former colonists.

Two excellent stops include the southern gateway to the Grenadines, Union island, and one of the most popular islands, Canouan. Union island is off the beaten path and a paradise for hikers, scuba enthusiasts, sun worshipers and yachtsmen alike. Canouan hosts the famous Raffles Resort and the Trump International Golf Club. Be sure to soak up the sun on the pristine white sand beaches, explore one of the Caribbean’s longest barrier reefs, play a round of golf and pamper yourself at the Raffles’ famous Amrita Spa.

St. Vincent is well worth a visit for its magnificent volcano and for water purists it offers good diving and amongst reefs and even caves.

On the north end of the island are the Falls of Baleine. A 35 foot waterfall that cascades into a natural rock pool is unique. The perfect place for a secluded romantic picnic might be the beach of Petit Byahaut as it is only accessible by boat. There is an amazing range of activities that will appeal to all types of tourists. You can go bird and whale watching, visiting tropical gardens or even take in sites from the famous Pirates of the Caribbean movies.

The original Amerindian name for St. Vincent is Hairoun, which is now the name of the local beer, meaning Land of the Blessed. One visit to the island will tell you why.

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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
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Departure : 25 November 2017
Duration : 1 weeks