Each island in the country offers a treasure of topside attractions. Sights range from breathtaking stretchs of white sand and azure water to waterfalls surrounded by volcanic peaks in a sea of green foliage. Visitors should choose their destination based on their desires. As long as they don’t include cold weather or cold water, it can be found it SVG.
Bequia has wonderful small restaurants and shops. Both full size and model ships can be found under construction around the harbor in Port Elizabeth or Friendship Bay.
Mustique, Palm Island, Bequia, and indeed most of the Grenadines are surrounded by beaches of fine white sand, perfect for swimming and relaxing.
Union Island, with the highest peak in the Grenadines, resembles an island in French Polynesia. Entertainment on Union Island might consist of getting to know the local sailors, day sails or snorkling. Day sails to the Tobago Cays and surrounding areas delite visitors to the islands of Union, Palm, Petit St. Vincent, Mayreau and Canouan.
Mountainous St. Vincent is unique in the country. With its tropical forests, wild parrots and waterfalls it is an eco-traveler’s paradise. The botanical gardens located in Kingstown are the oldest in the western hemisphere and the colonial architecture of the town, with its cobblestone streets and cool arcades are well worth a visit.
The islands are quite close together and day trips can be made from one to the other for diving, dining or sightseeing. Consider a sailing trip between the islands for a taste of some of the finest cruising grounds in the world. Both captained and bareboat charters as well as day sails are available from local companies in SVG.