Petit St. Vincent Excursions

Petit St. Vincent Excursions

Grenadine islands that are just a short sail
away from Petit St Vincent.

We trust you’ll fall in love with Petit St. Vincent—but there’s plenty of opportunity to explore the Grenadines on your Caribbean vacation with
an island hopping adventure. 


Declared an official wildlife reserve in 2006, the Tobago Cays Marine Park is teeming with beautiful marine life, from bright and colorful fish to magnificent sea turtles. Relax on the sugar-white sands or snorkel among the shoals of fish and intricate coral reefs. You’ll never forget your day at Tobago Cays.


Union Island can be seen from PSV. With just a few lobster shacks, quaint local markets and colorful houses, Union Island gives guests a friendly glimpse at the traditional West Indian life. On the windward side is Happy Island, a Caribbean island made entirely out of conch shells, where a unique quirky bar invites you to enjoy a range of rum infused cocktails.


Mayreau is a small island which rewards guests for hiking up its hill with a beautiful stone Catholic Church, magnificent views of Tobago Cays, and a delicious rum punch at the Rasta Righteous Bar on your way back down. Mayreau is also home to Saltwhistle Bay, a spot where many Caribbean sailors choose to anchor their yachts.


Residents of Carriacou make their living from seafaring and farming with little reliance on tourism. Popular things to do and see are the centuries-old boat building traditions of Windward village, or to have a bite to eat at the Lazy Turtle Restaurant, which boasts the best pizzas away from PSV’s Caribbean Beach Restaurant.


Canouan Island lies just north of our island resort and has the same authentic Caribbean feel as Carriacou. In addition to hosting the runway where PSV flights can land at nighttime, it is home to a picturesque 18-hole golf course. To book a memorable round of golf, contact our reception team to make the arrangements.


This world famous island has the glamorous image of extravagant villas and wealthy celebrities. Over 120 privately-owned villas dot the island. It is also home to the legendary Basil’s Bar, which is a must for a cocktail and to maybe catch a glimpse of a rock star.

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