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Young Island, in St. Vincent and The Grenadines

The Jewels of the Caribbean

St. Vincent and the Grenadines enjoy an already excellent but growing reputation in the media, including being the only Caribbean destination to make the CNN “World’s Top Destinations for 2012” list, where it ranked fifth! Located 90 miles west of Barbados, St. Vincent and the Grenadines is one of an archipelago of 32 islands and cays known as “the Jewels of the Caribbean.” Here are a few of St Vincent and the Grenadines Resorts.

Below is a list of the top resorts in St Vincent and the Grenadines.

Buccament Bay Resort, St. Vincent (no longer operating) 

St Vincent is an enchanting paradise, an authentic and unspoiled tropical haven with secluded coves and spectacular backdrops of high mountain peaks and valleys cloaked in a lush tropical forest with cascading waterfalls. With its superb rooms, lovely beach, great location, and friendly staff, Buccament Bay Resort is the place to go for a total getaway.

Canouan Resort, Canouan

Famous for the Canouan Resort and Trump International Golf Club, Canouan has one of the Caribbean’s longest barrier reefs, gorgeous white sand beaches, and turquoise seas. Furthermore, Canouan Resort & The Grenadines Estate Villas showcase uniquely designed villas within a 1200-acre private estate. From the championship 18-hole golf course to an array of water sports and the Sugar Palm Kids Club, there is something for everyone at this all-inclusive resort in the heart of the Caribbean.

Palm Island Resort, Palm Island

This tiny island near the southern tip of St. Vincent and the Grenadines is where yachtsmen and divers from around the world gravitate. Lured by wonderful sea life, rainbow-colored reefs, and fascinating shipwrecks. Home to the Palm Island Resort, with its untouched natural surroundings and charmingly tailored 43 guest rooms. But, don’t be fooled; this Grenadines resort has a full-service spa, elegant casual dining options, water sports activities, and many off-shore excursions.

Petit St. Vincent Resort, Petit St. Vincent

This privately-owned island of soft rolling hills surrounded by miles of white sand beaches is home to the Petit St. Vincent Resort. With a “natural simplicity” theme, this island resort consists of only 22 cottages. Cottages are not air-conditioned and have neither televisions nor telephones. 

However, the food, service, and other amenities are of high quality. This is the place to go if you just want to get away from all the hustle and bustle. And retreat to someplace slow, relaxing, and secluded.

Saltwhistle Bay Resort, Mayreau (not currently operating)

This quaint little boutique resort lies on the northern tip of the smallest inhabited island of the Grenadines:  Mayreau.  In addition, Saltwhistle Bay, is a lovely spot for anchoring yachts, and has two magnificent beaches. One is considered world-class by windsurfers and kiteboarders alike. With only eight stone cottages on the beach and hidden among trees. As well as shrubs, these resorts offer you an isolated beach experience. Total privacy and romantic dining are the highlights of this exceptional beach resort.

Young Island Resort, Young Island

Young Island, located just a stone’s throw from St. Vincent Island, is home to the exquisite Young Island Resort. Indeed, it has a tropical flair, and this boutique resort offers eclectic dining options and authentic Caribbean cuisine. Have a cocktail on the floating “Coconut Bar” while getting your feet wet in the warm Caribbean water. Also, hang out at Captain Bligh’s Lounge and Bar for a refreshing beer. While enjoying the sweet sounds of Caribbean music.

St Vincent and the Grenadines Resorts Packages consist of round-trip flights and hotel stays. Inclusions, transfers, car rentals, meal plans, sightseeing, and trip insurance may be available as you build your package. You are moments away from your dream vacation. Contact ILX Travel for packages.

Contact us at 1-321-777-1707 or complete this form to discuss your vacation plans.