Excursions from Petit St. Vincent

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Petit St. Vincent feels a whole world away. However, we're just a short boat ride from some of the most beautiful islands in the Grenadines.

Explore hillsides covered with lush, tropical greenery and climb magnificent mountains offering inspiring views. Relax on pristine white sands and make friends with the locals in beach bars serving punchy, rum-infused cocktails. Meander through colorful fruit markets, sample seafood from traditional lobster shacks, and experience what is undoubtably some of the best snorkeling in the Caribbean.

Activities at Petit St. Vincent

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Tobago Cays

Cruising time: 25m | Distance: 7nmi

Declared an official wildlife reserve in 2006, the Tobago Cays Marine Park is teeming with everything from bright and colorful fish to majestic sea turtles. Spend some time relaxing on the sugar-white sands under the shade of the palms before snorkeling among the shoals of fish and intricate coral reefs.

Union Island

Cruising time: 20m | Distance: 6nmi

With just a few lobster shacks, quaint local markets and colorful houses, Union Island is the perfect place to enjoy a taste of traditional West Indian life. On the windward side is Happy Island (an island made entirely out of conch shells) where you'll find a quirky bar serving rum-infused cocktails.


Cruising time: 20m | Distance: 5nmi

Mayreau is home to a beautiful stone Catholic Church. It sits high on the hill and offers magnificent views of nearby Tobago Cays. Stop by the Rasta Righteous Bar for a delicious rum punch and pay a visit to Saltwhistle Bay - a picturesque spot where Caribbean sailors anchor their yachts.


Cruising time: 55m | Distance: 8nmi

Canouan has the same authentic Caribbean feel as Carriacou and features a picturesque 18-hole golf course. Simply let our team know if you wish to play a few rounds and we’ll arrange everything.


Cruising time: 10m | Distance: 13nmi

Residents of Carriacou make their living from seafaring and farming with little reliance on tourism. Discover more about the centuries-old boat building traditions of Windward village and, afterwards, be sure to try the pizzas at the Lazy Turtle Restaurant.