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Day Trip to Petit St. Vincent

Duration: Full Day

day trip to petit st. vincent

Petit St. Vincent also known as PSV sits 40 miles to the south of St. Vincent. This splendid island of gently undulating lush green hills is your ideal retreat. Completely surrounded by miles of white sand and brilliantly coloured waters PSV is the place to experience nature and tranquillity. There is no airport which makes the island accessible only by water. This nature retreat has no towns, no roads, and no shops just a few cottages that comprise the Caribbean’s most private beach resort. It is so secluded that PSV can also be called private St. Vincent. Experience nature at its finest uninterrupted and untouched.

Fancy a get away? Then sail on the “Pink Lady” across to PSV and spend the day at the beach; snorkelling; relaxing; enjoying lunch and drinks. Snorkelling equipment will be available so don’t worry. With several beaches around the island your biggest task might be to figure out which one of the warm crystal clear water beaches you will like to begin snorkelling at off this reef fringed island. Well the on the protected western side of the island is the West End beach perfect for swimming and snorkelling. On calm days there is great visibility to adore the numerous sponges, anemones, coral formations and a variety of tropical fish.

Additionally on the West End beaches you can find several spots with hammocks under thatched roofs; lounge chairs; and a picnic table. Feel free to do as much or maybe as little as you wish. Enjoy quiet moments on a beach without massive crowds around. Laze around admiring the scenic views; take endless photos; or read a novel. Benefit from the unhurried laidback nature of PSV.

This wonderful trip also includes the opportunity to enjoy Caribbean cuisine at the beachside and be sure to sample some local rum before you depart. On the return cruise you will visit Mopion. Possibly the smallest island you may ever see, Mopion is a pile of white sand with nothing but a thatched hut in the middle. The sand bar is the essence of a deserted island and a perfect photo opportunity!

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Mandarin Oriental will be making its debut in the Caribbean after the group acquired the Pink Sands Club, Canouan in St. Vincent & the Grenadines next year. The luxury resort will be rebranded as Mandarin Oriental, Canouan, and is scheduled to open to guests in the first quarter of 2018, with 26 colonial-style suites and six four-bedroom Lagoon Villas.

Cousteau's son brings diving legacy to the Grenadines

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.