32 Diverse islands and cays situated in perfect sailing waters, St. Vincent & the Grenadines is the ultimate island-hopping destination.


The multi-island destination of St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) is perfect for those who want to get off the beaten track. Its nine inhabited islands - St. Vincent, Young Island, Bequia, Mustique, Canouan, Mayreau, Union Island, Palm Island and Petit St. Vincent - are diverse and unique in character, offering something for everyone.


From St. Vincent’s lush green rainforests and waterfalls, to the charming bays and villages on Bequia, to the exclusive private islands of Young Island, Palm Island and Petit St. Vincent, this really is the Caribbean you’re looking for. The islands are uncrowded and unhurried offering a truly authentic, unspoiled slice of Caribbean life.


A new international airport is due to be operational in 2015, making direct flights from the UK a possibility for the first time. Boating enthusiasts can enjoy some of the best sailing on the planet, while a trip to the Tobago Cays, home to green and hawksbill turtles, is a must for divers and snorkellers.


Families can unwind in child-friendly resorts and honeymooners can discover an exotic and exclusive destination. Island-hopping is easy with regular ferries connecting the islands.


St. Vincent & The Grenadines is served by connecting flights from gateways served by British Airways flights. Regional services into St. Vincent & The Grenadines are operated by LIAT, Rainbow International Airlines and Trans Anguilla.


More information in the Guide to the Caribbean (pages 56-57).


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St. Vincent & the Grenadines offers a range of accommodation options. More details will follow shortly.

Tour Ops

Eighteen CTO-member tour operators serve St. Vincent & The Grenadines. See pages 58-59 of the Guide to the Caribbean.


My first trip to SVG was memorable in so many ways. I flew from Barbados on a private charter into the biggest island, St. Vincent, and was soon on the tiny ferry to Young Island for a relaxing few days on this private island in a hilltop room with my own pool.
Then it was down to the port to catch the ferry to Bequia where I spent my time driving round this charming and unspoilt island on its windy, narrow roads.
Next, a local fishing boat to Mustique, and I was whisked off to Cotton House for a stay of complete luxury.
Last stop was Tamarind Beach Hotel in Canouan – they even sent a plane to collect me!
After a few days reading, watching the tortoises and enjoying the bay it was sadly time for the ferry to Union Island to catch the flight back.
An amazing 10 days!!

Mark Fitch, Tropic Breeze