The archipelago of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is situated between Saint Lucia to the north and the island of Grenada to the south. It consists of about 30 islands and islets, and is famous for its underwater depths and its numerous well-preserved sites.
The best way to explore the Grenadines, its flora and its fauna, is by cruising around in a sailing boat or monohull and thereby navigating between the main islands.
The main island of Saint Vincent is volcanic and mountainous. Its stunning vegetation will appeal to all nature lovers. Even the very private island of Mustique, well-known for its jet setters and holiday homes of celebrities, has kept this air of tranquility! The other islands in the archipelago, some of which are uninhabited, make up a peaceful haven of white, sandy beaches and turquoise seas, where diving enthusiasts and sunbathers abound. Several well-known festivites take place throughout the year, reflecting colourful local customs and traditions.