Contrary to Saint Vincent, the Grenadine Islands are very attractive for their coasts. Tiny islands, they are very well-known for the transparency of their waters and the whiteness of their sandy beaches.
Among the numerous islands of the Grenadines' archipelago, Bequia is the one that has the most undersea fauna.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is truly heaven on earth. The sites and scenery here bathe in the sunshine and the relaxed way of life that is so unique to the Caribbean Islands. There's a reason this archipelago was chosen as the location for shooting the film 'The Pirates of the Caribbean'; in the past, Saint Vincent really was the haunt of bandits of all kinds. The bays nestled in the gulfs with crystal-clear waters, such as Admiralty Bay, are ideal spots for relaxing and forgetting the worries of everyday life. If you dream of walking through a rainforest in true adventurer style but you don't want to take any risks, the Vermont Nature Centre is the place for you. It's the perfect occasion to treat yourself to a jungle excursion without having to fear being entangled in a creeper or being bitten by a venomous snake. A path has been created so that you can discover the local fauna and flora.