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Couples holidays in St Vincent and the Grenadines

St Vincent and the Grenadines for couples

Couples looking for a romantic getaway often jet off to the Caribbean, but St Vincent and the Grenadines isn't always at the top of the list. However, there are few better places to visit in this region of the world if you're looking for pristine scenery, plenty of empty beaches and excellent hotels.

Although St Vincent can be quite busy, many of the Grenadines islands are completely deserted, providing the perfect spots for loved-up couples to enjoy some alone time. The great thing about planning a holiday to St Vincent and the Grenadines is that it's so easy to island hop from one little isle to the neext. This means you can choose to stay on one of the larger islands and visit quieter, smaller ones during some special days out, or you can hole up in an exclusive resort in a totally uninhabited stretch of land and only mingle with the crowds elsewhere when you feel like it.

The natural scenery in St Vincent and the Grenadines is spectacular and wonderfully unspoiled. There are pristine white sand beaches, forest-covered hills and waterfalls tucked away in verdant clearings. Discovering all of this with your special someone is a delightful way to spend your holiday.

Escape the crowds

The great thing about a holiday in St Vincent and the Grenadines for couples is that it's really easy to get away from it all, particularly in the Grenadine islands. The majority of these are uninhabited - or only home to very small communities - which means there are entire beaches that are completely deserted.

Hire a sailing boat for a day and go in search of your own slice of paradise. You can moor up wherever you choose, head ashore and soak up the sunshine on one of the picture-perfect stretches of sand, with no-one for company other than your partner, the breeze rippling through the palms and the gentle crash of the waves on the shore.

The Tobago Cays are a particularly good place for this kind of day out. This is a small group of five cays, all of which are uninhabited, and are part of a protected marine park. If you're staying in the luxurious resort on Palm Island, you'll be within easy reach of these absolute gems.

Spend a day sunbathing on soft sandy beaches, snorkelling among the brightly-coloured corals that line the sheltered lagoons, and looking out for the turtles that call these beautiful waters home. Take a private yacht for a bit of added opulence - you can always relax on the deck with a chilled glass of wine or beer in hand.

Evenings out in St Vincent and the Grenadines

No romantic holiday would be complete without at least one candlelit dinner for two, and there are some wonderful restaurants in St Vincent and the Grenadines where you can have a memorable night out with your loved one. Of course, many of the hotels have their own excellent restaurants and some will even set up a table on the beach for you.

In the Grenadines, Bequia is the liveliest of the islands and is where you'll find the greatest number of restaurants and bars away from St Vincent. Take an evening stroll along the Belmont Walkway to find the perfect spot for your meal, or hop in one of the water taxis for a more unusual way to reach the waterfront establishments.

Fresh seafood - particularly local specialities like lobster and conch - is worth looking out for on menus, but a whole range of world cuisines, including Italian, French and Chinese, are on offer. Bequia is home to one of the islands' top Asian restaurants - Jambu - in case you fancy this type of food.

St Vincent, too, has a wide array of eateries, from small local snack bars to high-end restaurants. Kingstown has a good selection of establishments, as does Villa, with many of the dining spots here boasting a stunning waterfront location.

Stay in the lap of luxury

Another important component of any couples holiday in St Vincent and the Grenadines is luxurious accommodation and there are certainly plenty of hotels on the islands that offer this. For exclusivity and style, it's hard to beat Palm Island, which is home to just one resort and nothing else – the Palm Island Resort.

There are, however, plenty of five-star establishments dotted throughout St Vincent and the Grenadines where you'll have access to outstanding facilities, excellent restaurants, pretty stretches of sand and relaxing wellness centres throughout your stay. For a truly exclusive romantic experience head to the Cotton House in Mustique Island, where the likes of Hollywood stars and members of the British royal family have stayed numerous times – so you know you'll be staying somewhere very special.

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The son of famed marine explorer Jacque Cousteau is set to open a dive centre on the southern Grenadines island of Petit St Vincent later this year. Jean-Michel Cousteau hopes the centre will continue his father's legacy of sharing the wonders of the underwater world and protecting the fragile marine environment for generations to come.

Tourism officials state that St Vincent and the Grenadines are "Still Open For Business"

Tourism officials have stated that St Vincent and the Grenadines are very much "open for business" following the recent storm over the festive period that saw the islands take a battering by wind and heavy rain. The islands are a popular destination for Caribbean holidays and officials are keen to assure tourists that it is safe to travel to the country.

New International airport set to increase bookings for holidays in St Vincent and the Grenadines

The St Vincent and the Grenadines tourism industry is preparing for the winds of change to blow through its beautiful island paradise. The eagerly anticipated Argyle International airport, scheduled to be completed at the end of 2013, is expected to significantly boost the number of travelers booking holidays in St Vincent and the Grenadines. The airport, will feature a 900 foot long runway and a terminal with a capacity of up to 1.5 million passengers per year.