They say that St Vincent is the kite, and the Grenadine Islands are the tail, trailing some 80 miles south towards Grenada.
Reputed to be the best sailing waters in the Caribbean, there are nearly 32 small islands, cays and islets. Among them you’ll find some of the world’s most attractive hideaways.
Low Season: May - November
High Season: January - March
Currency: East Caribbean dollar
Time Zone: GMT -4 hours
Average Flight Time: 9 hours
Arguably the most tranquil islands anywhere in the Caribbean, the 32 small islands, islets and cays that make up St Vincent and the Grenadines are scattered like a dot-to-dot chain of emerald shards dropped deep in the Caribbean Sea. Boasting any number of idyllic hideaways as well as picture perfect white sandy beaches that seem to roll on forever, impossibly clear turquoise waters, thick green forests, soaring cliffs and some of the best sailing and yachting conditions anywhere in the world, its hard to think of a single reason not to book your tickets to paradise today!
Our helpful team of Caribbean experts are frequent return visitors to the islands of St Vincent and the Grenadines, regularly returning to the resorts that we sell in order to stay up to date with all their latest developments. Not only are they a wealth of knowledge about the islands and their many attractions, they are also genuinely passionate about promoting St Vincent and the Grenadines as a holiday destination, and committed to ensuring that you soon feel the same enthusiasm!
St Vincent and the Grenadines enjoy a warm climate all year round, however the most popular time to visit tends to be from December through to April, when the weather is at its driest and visitors seek refuge from cold winters back home! July through to October is the coolest period, and September and October tend to be the wettest months.