Fresh seafood, cocktail calypso and sunset watching are all on the agenda in St Vincent. A unique black coral surrounds this secluded paradise where tropical sea life thrives. In other words, it’s a diver’s paradise.
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It’s easy to explore the islands surrounding St Vincent and the Grenadines, by ferry or plane. From the prettiness of Bequia to the sophistication of Mustique. Then you have exotic Union Island, Tobago Cays and Canouan. Young Island is all about beach hammocks and Palm Island, a private resort, has nature trails and paradise in droves.
Paradise Lost? More like paradise found, with St Vincent holidays whisking you away to one of the world’s most gorgeous tropical islands. St Vincent and the Grenadines are a chain of tiny islands sitting in the middle of the Caribbean sea, bathed in sunshine and warm waters and fringed with whispering palm trees. Dig your toes into silky-soft sand, discover underwater wonders (ever seen black coral? You will here), and tuck into the freshest seafood you’ll ever taste. Wash it all down with some seriously feisty rum punches, and you’ve got the holiday from heaven.
Holidays in the Grenadines (as the island chain is known) are perfect for chilled-out explorers who love an adventure, but also want a premium quality hotel to relax in at the end of the day. Our St Vincent all-inclusive holidays bundle everything together, from flights to transfers, so you can spend your time exploring the main island. Ready to dive in? Let’s go.
No matter which glorious destination you choose for your holiday to St Vincent and the Grenadines, you’ll be pampered, indulged, and generally spoilt rotten from the moment you arrive. You’re always just a few steps away from the beach, and even closer to a rum daiquiri that’ll blow you sideways!
St Vincent holidays give you the chance to discover not one but two paradises – one on dry land and the other underwater. This is a diver’s hotspot, with reefs of black coral (yes, black coral, some of the rarest in the world) and shipwrecks to explore. There may still be a few gold doubloons down there, as this was Pirate Central for centuries. If you’ve never dived before then ask your accommodation provider for details on PADI-approved lessons, which should get you your open-water certificate and a great introduction to the joys of flipper-flapping!
If you can manage to tear yourself away from that hammock, put down your rum punch and slip on a pair of flip-flops, there’s actually plenty to see and do in St Vincent and the Grenadines.
St Vincent all-inclusive holidays naturally include all your meals. And with these fabulous locations, you don’t have to sit indoors to have that romantic dinner for two – why not grab a table on the beach and watch the dolphins play as you sip on a cocktail? Try the private dining options at the Palm Island Resort, where they really know how to pamper you.
Mustique has its own special spots, such as the Veranda restaurant. This fusion favourite specialises in Caribbean style sushi (yes, that’s a thing).
Fancy some street food? Keep a look out for the roadside BBQs during the weekend for some authentic Caribbean flavours.
Holidays to St Vincent and the Grenadines are possible all year round, so if you’re desperate for some winter sun you’ve come to the right place. This tropical paradise has consistently warm, sunny, gorgeous weather from January to December, with very little variation. The summer months are from May to October, with September the hottest month of the year. Temperatures hover around the 30°C mark, and rarely dip below that all year round.
Sea temperatures are a balmy 24-26°C, so you won’t need a wetsuit, just your board shorts or a bikini.
Been bitten by the St Vincent bug? Want to find out more about holidays in the Grenadines? Check out our choice of St Vincent and the Grenadines hotels, and start planning your tropical getaway today!