St. Vincent & The Grenadines is the perfect holiday for all the family this summer. Sitting close to the equator these islands enjoy a steady year-round tropical temperature – so there is no bad time to go! Vincentians are very family orientated and children are a very important part of island culture. With gently shelving beaches, crystal clear warm sea, turtles to snorkel with, nature trails to cycle and a volcano climb, there is plenty to do for all ages. Read more in our family section here.
St. Vincent & The Grenadines comprises the lush St. Vincent island (with nearby Young Island) and a group of islands characterised by white sandy beaches called The Grenadines. The northern-most (and largest) island in this group is Bequia, followed by Mustique, Canouan, Mayreau, Tobago Cays, Union Island, Palm Island, Petit St. Vincent and a variety of other, uninhabited islands.
When you are small it's easy to be overlooked. Bigger and brasher Caribbean neighbours, those that have shouted louder about their beauty, have long ago stolen the limelight from St. Vincent & the Grenadines. That's no bad thing. Outside influences have not tainted or changed these islands as much as the others. The islands are beautiful, they are special because they are unspoiled, but most of all, it is the people who live here that make visits so memorable.
"Culturally the hottest little island in the Caribbean... the Caribbean you've been looking for."
Watch local people talk about their island in our video here
Listen to local people talk about their islands...
"Get to know the natives; from there, fun times all the way... It's just a beautiful place to come to... The food is some of the best food you can get around the Caribbean."
Listen to the podcast here
Look inside St. Vincent & The Grenadines... discover the islands here