St. Vincent and the Grenadines consists of 32 islands nestled in the Caribbean, with unique characteristics, like our exotic black sand beaches as well as sought after scenery and experiences expected from visitors around the world.
Jaden Sun travels between the mainland’s capital Kingstown, in St. Vincent to Bequia, Canouan, Mayreau and Union Island, giving you the opportunity to take in what each island has to offer.
Capital city Kingstown on mainland St. Vincent will provide all the basic services you may require. St. Vincent provides lots of unique places to explore and can satisfy anyone looking for an adventurous experiences and picturesque sights.
Our dormant volcano, La Soufriere, is the perfect place for a day hike – not to mention that the view from the top is breath-taking! Vermont Nature Trail is a less extreme hiking option that takes you through a lush rainforest.
There are also amazing waterfalls to visit, including Dark View Falls and Falls of Baleine.
Looking for something more subdued? Well take a visit to one of our glistening black sand beaches, like at the Black Point Tunnel, or visit our Botanical Gardens, within walking distance of Kingstown, it is the oldest in the northern hemisphere.
Other places you should visit:
- Fort Charlotte
- Owia Salt Pond
- One of the movie sites of the Pirates of the Caribbean at Walliabou
Bequia is the biggest of the Grenadine islands and is as charming as it is beautiful. It is perfect for that small island experience, with a mixture of tranquility, friendly locals, quaint shops and fantastic eateries along the shoreline. Enjoy the golden beaches which are hardly ever crowded and take in our almost guaranteed sunshine.
One place you should visit:
The Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary
Famous for the Canouan Resort and Trump International Golf Club, Canouan has one of the Caribbean’s longest barrier reefs, gorgeous white sand beaches and turquoise seas.
Mayreau is the smallest inhabited island in the Grenadines with just two hundred and fifty residents. The island village has a few bars and restaurants and there’s a small Catholic church where visitors have fantastic views over the neighbouring islands including the picturesque Tobago Cays islands.
One place you should visit:
Union Island is an explorer’s paradise, whether on land or sea. Enjoy the usual snorkeling and diving experiences or learn how to kitesurf by certified instructors, you can even take a stand up paddle tour. On land, you can rent a bicycle to check out the island, go turtle or bird watching, take a hike or take a taxi tour. Being so close to the spectacular Tobago Cays, you will not be able to resist taking a cruise and visiting the islands.
One very unique place you should visit while here is Happy Island Bar and Grill, which is a man-made island, created using conch shells!