Our Islands
St Vincent & the Grenadines
St. Vincent & The Grenadines is a multi-island nation with 32 islands in total, many of which are uninhabited and offer a unique combination of rainforest eco-adventures, spectacular scuba diving, classic Caribbean powder-white sand beaches, luxury accommodation and amazing yachting & sailing.
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The island of Bequia (pr. Bek-way) is the jewel of the Grenadines, it is seven square miles, quiet, relaxed, and has all the charm of the old Caribbean. Friendly people and natural beauty make Bequia a very special place. If you are looking for the "real" Caribbean Island experience, somewhere there is no fast food outlets and not the typical tourist trap, this is the Island for you.

Known for years by sailors, it is now being discovered by travelers seeking a natural place to relax and unwind.

Beautiful white coral sand beaches, crystal clear waters and spectacular underwater life, ideal for snorkeling and diving, characterize Bequia and the Grenadines.

From Bequia you can sail to another beautiful Grenadine Caribbean Island or visit St. Vincent which is only 1 hour away on the local ferry.
St. Vincent is a lush volcanic island of steep mountain ridges, valleys and waterfalls and is relatively undiscovered. The rugged eastern side of the island is lined with cliffs, rocky shores and beautiful black sand beaches.

There is something here for everyone - from sailing and dolphin-watching, to hiking the nature trails and swimming in the waterfalls. You can climb to the top of an active volcano or explore the fascinating underwater gardens.

On the northern outskirts of the capital Kingstown, are the Botanical Gardens. Peaceful, lush, green and colourful, the gardens are home to a wealth of tropical plants, flowers, trees and birds.They are one of the oldest of their kind in the western hemisphere
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Traveling to St Vincent, Bequia or the other Grenadine Islands, the main gateway is via Barbados. although there are connections via some other Caribbean Islands.

Barbados has direct connections to Bequia and the other Grenadine Islands with SVG Air or via St. Vincent with Liat Airways.

If you are then going on to Bequia there are two ferry companies with a regular schedule, see links below.

Private charters are also available from most islands in the Caribbean to St Vincent and the Grenadines. You are met on arrival by a SVG Air representative who escorts you to the baggage claim area and helps you retrieve your bags. You are then personally escorted to your own private aircraft. 5 - 9 seater planes available.
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