in December and January
Located at the top of the Grenadines from the base at Blue Lagoon, at the south of the island, you are ideally positioned to explore the exquisite and unspoilt Grenadine islands which extend 50 miles south from St Vincent to Grenada. Visit Bequia the largest of the islands and home to beautiful Admiralty Bay, then sail to the stylish Mustique, home to the rich and the famous Basil’s Bar. Do not miss spending a day or two in the stunning Tobago Cays and snorkeling in the turquoise waters of this horseshoe coral reef. To the North St Lucia and Martinique are within easy reach and offer a great contrast to the smaller Islands of the Grenadines.
in June and July
in August and September
Temperatures range from 75F to 80F. Dry season is January – April, rainy season July – October. Average annual rainfall is 80″ on the coast and 150″ inland. The prevailing winds are north-easterly and range from 10 – 20 knots (11 – 23 Mph) from June to October and 15 – 25 knots (17 – 28 Mph) from November to May. The tidal range is approximately 45 cms (18 inches).
LIAT provide scheduled services from San Juan, Barbados, St. Lucia Grenada, Trinidad and other Caribbean islands to St. Vincent.
Day 1: St Vincent to Mustique
Mustique is well-groomed island that is a favourite vacation spot for celebrities. Stop at the renowned Basils Bar for a tropical cocktail with a gorgeous view of the Bay.
Day 2: Mustique to Mayreau
Feel like you are on your own private island while on Mayreau – no airport, no cars, no crowds – just you enjoying paradise.
Day 3: Mayreau to Tobago Cays
Snorkel in the world’s third largest coral reef, which is a haven for marine life. Windsurf, swim, or just take a walk along the beach.
Day 4: Tobago Cays to Petit St Vincent, the Union
On Petit St. Vincent you can take part in a bountiful beach barbeque.
Day 5: Union to Canouan
Relax on the pristine white beaches or visit the former whaling port. There is a lovely 18-hole golf course and a five-star hotel on the island.
Day 6: Canouan to Bequila
Here age-old traditions of boat building, sailing, and fishing are still thriving. Dine at excellent restaurants and take in the gingerbread architecture, you’ll see why this island regularly hosts sailors from all around the world.
Day 7: Bequila to St Vincent
Day 8: Disembark St Vincent