Islands of ST. VINCENT Experience exciting adventures, lush BEQUIA Nine miles to the south of St. Vincent, YOUNG ISLAND This idyllic island hideaway CANOUAN Located in the heart of the natural beauty, friendly welcoming people, black sand beaches, world-class scuba diving and much more on this Caribbean gem. this is the largest of the Grenadine islands where you’ll seven square miles of tropical beauty and 5,000 friendly inhabitants. is the perfect combination of luxurious tranquility and private charm. 30 guest cottages are available on this priovate island just 200 yards from St. Vincent’s southern shoreline. Grenadines, this island is poised to become one of the most sought-after vacation destinations in the Caribbean. Luxury hotel, golf course, luxurious spa, marina and airport . . . TOBAGO CAYS This Marine Park was establised to UNION ISLAND This island sits on some of protect the ecosystem. It encompasses nine islands and all scuba divers must be accompanied by staff from a registered local dive operator or shop to access it. the best sailing waters in the world. Kitesurfing, hiking, turtle watching and treks inculding overnight camping . . . MUSTIQUE Stunning white sand, elegance and PETITE ST. VINCENT This small luxury island resort has won many awards and accolades. With 22 private cottages and villas scattered over its 113 acres of tropical hillsides, this lovelyisland is synonymous with elegantly comfortable relaxation and secluded peace. PALM ISLAND is a 135-acre tropical paradise where an award winning ‘boutique resort’ has been harmoniously developed alongside an authentic nature reserve. Blessed with some of the finest beaches in the Grenadines, Palm Island is a rarely found, veritable sanctuary for regenerating a healthy body, mind and soul. MAYREAU The Caribbean’s greatest escape! luxury awaits on this beguiling 1,400 acre island where you may just rub shoulders with the rich and famous. 142 You’ll have to sail to get to this island but when you get there, you’ll never want to leave. With picturepostcard beaches and bays this is certainly the untouched Caribbean that is only spoken about in whispers!