We’ll venture off-the-beaten-track to Grenada. Less crowded than its neighbours, you can wander through spice plantations, swim in waterfalls and wildlife-watch in national parks.
Think all Caribbean islands are the same? Think again. We’ll help you escape to some of the region’s most unspoilt islands in search of hidden beaches and natural wonders.
Our first port of call is the sleepy fishing village of Charlotteville. Quintessentially jungly and beachy, Tobago’s small size puts every attraction in reach – be it hummingbird sanctuaries, chocolate tasting or a guided excursion to Argyle Falls, whose tiered 175ft cascades tumble into a swimmable pool.
We’ll venture off-the-beaten-track to Grenada. Less crowded than its neighbours, you can wander through spice plantations, swim in waterfalls and wildlife-watch in national parks. If you’re into diving, don’t miss the Underwater Sculpture Park.
The tiny untouched island of Mayreau in the Grenadines is also on the itinerary. Mayreau is only one-and-a-half miles long, with rustic beaches and a friendly local vibe. You can do as much or as little as you like here, from sunbathing to snorkelling in calm blue waters home to sea turtles.
We’ll sail over to Kingstown, St Vincent, where you can stroll through its peaceful Botanic Gardens and hike to the waterfalls and natural pools of Dark View Falls.
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Then it’s onto Saint Lucia’s Soufrière Bay for views of the World Heritage-listed Pitons, two volcanic spires which tower over the island. If you’re fit and active, take a guided trek up through jungle to the summit.
- 23/12/21 (Christmas Sailing)
- Day 1: Bridgetown, Barbados
- Day 2: Sailing
- Day 3: Charlotteville, Tobago
- Day 4: St George’s, Grenada
- Day 5: Mayreau, Grenadines
- Day 6: Kingstown, St Vincent
- Day 7: Soufriere Bay, St Lucia
- Day 8: Bridgetown, Barbados
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