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All Inclusive Holidays in St Vincent And The Grenadines

Why go all inclusive in St Vincent and the Grenadines?

There's nothing quite like going on an all inclusive holiday, knowing that your every need will be taken care of, from the moment you step onto the plane until you depart to return back home. In St Vincent and the Grenadines, you can look forward to staying in an excellent resort, from where you will be able to fully explore all that these stunning Caribbean islands have to offer without having to worry about extras like food and entertainment because they'll all be paid for in advance.

As well as having your accommodation, food and drink organised, you'll also have the chance to try a range of activities at your chosen hotel, including the likes of sailing, kayaking and snorkelling.

Knowing that all the details of your break are organised before you travel means you can start relaxing and enjoying all of the attractions in your holiday to St Vincent and the Grenadines from the moment you arrive.

Hotel facilities to look forward to

There are some truly outstanding hotels in St Vincent and the Grenadines, all of which boast brilliant facilities that ensure your every need is taken care of for the duration of your getaway. Any resort you stay in here will be set in beautifully landscaped gardens, allowing you to appreciate the amazing natural surroundings.

All of the best hotels are also within easy reach of at least one beach and, if you stay at one of the resorts that has its own island in the Grenadines, like the Palm Island Resort, you will certainly find many more stretches of sand where you can relax in complete seclusion.

To really unwind, make sure you book a hotel with its own spa, where you can enjoy a host of indulgent treatments. Depending on the package that you choose, you may even discover you are offered some complimentary therapies during your trip.

Many of the top resorts also have a variety of sporting facilities on their grounds, including tennis courts, gyms, football pitches and even mini golf courses. These will be available for you to use throughout your stay and some of the hotels also employ professional coaches to give you tips on everything from your golf swing to your tennis serve.

Luxury and seclusion in St Vincent and the Grenadines

To really make the most of the unspoilt natural scenery in St Vincent and the Grenadines, you need to stay on one of its more isolated islands. There are several isles where you'll find nothing more than a luxury resort, meaning there are plenty of places for you to explore without running into many other travellers.

Palm Island is one such example and with just 43 rooms on its 135-acre island, there is certainly lots of space for wandering and finding quiet stretches of sand. This particular location is favoured among couples looking for a romantic break and it's easy to see why - there are numerous stunning beaches, various pretty walking trails and wonderful coral reefs to discover with your partner.

In addition, sports such as kayaking, scuba diving, sailing, tennis, table tennis and pitch-and-putt golf are all on offer, while there is also a yoga studio and wellness centre where you can unwind and truly relax.

Away from the resorts

Although it might be tempting to spend all of your holiday in St Vincent and the Grenadines in your wonderfully-appointed all inclusive resort, it would be a real shame not to venture to nearby islands to see a little more of what the archipelago has to offer.

The Tobago Cays Marine Park is a great place for a day trip and is easily accessible by yacht, making it ideal if you want to travel in style. Drift from one pristine beach to the next, dropping anchor in sheltered lagoons along the way where you can snorkel with colourful fish and inquisitive turtles.

If you are staying in a hotel in St Vincent, take the time to explore the island's interior, where you will find nature trails, a volcano, dense forests and waterfalls. In many cases, your hotel will be able to organise excursions for you, taking away the hassle of arranging a day out.

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Mandarin Oriental, Canouan to mark debut in Caribbean in early 2018

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.