Captain Bagga's Day Trips
Duration: Full Day
When you think of the Caribbean three words automatically come to mind sun, sea and sand. Well here are a few others that ought to tickle you fantasies sailing, swimming and snorkelling. Captain Bagga’s trip allows you to enjoy this experience in more than one destination throughout a truly amazing chain of islands, the Grenadines. All aboard a beautiful 42’ catamaran for an incredible journey sailing across the ever so scenic tropical destinations in the Grenadines. Bring the family or friends along for a memorable holiday!
The Grenadines are a sailor’s as well as a traveller’s dream destination. Apart from the marvellous scenery there are gentle trade winds that make your trip calm and pleasant. Allow the legendary Captain Bagga to take you away from the stresses of everyday life to a place where time passes slowly. The breathtaking scenery is the perfect antidote to ease your tensions as it fills your senses with serenity. Listen to the waves making its way by; admire the spectacular colours of the tropical waters as they wash upon the white sand shores of islands fringed with greenery.
The Tobago Cays are five tiny uninhabited islands which posses some of the best kept marine resources in the Caribbean thanks to the efforts of the Tobago Cays Marine Park. The Cays are ideal for a snorkelling; crystal clear waters give great visibility for discovering and outrageously exotic underwater world.
Mayreau is an island of approximately 250 residents which is surrounded by sugar white sand beaches. The waters of Mayreau are also protected under the Tobago Cays Marine Park and offer excellent snorkelling. If you can bear tearing yourself away from the alluring beaches and coral reefs for a moment take a hike up to the top of the hill for astounding views of the Cays. Meet the friendly locals pause for refreshments and have a taste of life on the islands.
Two other options are Mopion and PSV (Peitit St. Vincent).
Mopion is just one of the most breathtaking beaches you will come across. It is a sandbar with absolutely nothing but a small hut on it. Imagine a sandbox surrounded by water but a whole lot more glamourous! Mopion is not a bad location to be marooned for the day, with good company of course.
PSV is a privately owned island where tranquillity reigns. This trip provides a delicious lunch and beverages to compliment the journey throughout untouched natural surroundings. Photo lovers will find it difficult to part from their cameras but that’s ok we rather if you take away great memories and all the photos you want.
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