Tobago Cays
The Tobago Cays, a group of uninhabited islets, have long been renown as the best snorkeling / diving spot in the Caribbean.

To book a tour to the Tobago Cays, contact "Sail With Passion" for a day trip aboard a 60-foot sailing catamaran.

Sail with Passion
www.vincy.com/passion
passion@caribsurf.com
 
 

Mayreau
Take one of the guided boat trips down to the tiny island of Mayreau. This privately owned island is only 1 1/2 square miles. At Salt Whistle Bay, go and see where the Atlantic almost touches the Caribbean.

Mustique
Known as the "Island of the Rich and Famous", Mustique is home to celebrities such as Tommy Hilfieger, David Bowie, Mick Jagger, Princess Margaret, Paul Newman, Raquel Welch, Prince Andrew, and Truman Capote.

Guided tours are available.
Sail with Passion
www.vincy.com/passion
passion@caribsurf.com

 

 
 

St. Vincent
Head over to St. Vincent to see the Soufriere Volcano, the Botanical Gardens, or the Falls of Baleine.

Botanical Gardens
Established in 1765, the Botanical Gardens are the oldest in the Western Hemisphere. Situated on 20 acres in Kingstown, the Gardens are home to trees and flowering plants such as the Breadfruit Tree, male garlic, Frangipani trees, eucalyptus trees, hibiscus plants, wild orchids, and African tulip. The national bird of St. Vincent, the St. Vincent Parrot, is also found here.

Falls of Baleine
The Falls of Baleine are located up on the Leeward coast of St. Vincent.

Guided tours are available.
Sail with Passion
www.vincy.com/passion
passion@caribsurf.com

 
  Moonhole
Moonhole is located out on the western side of Bequia. Consisting of seventeen houses built completely out of stone, this is a sight not to be missed.
 
  Mt. Pleasant
Mt. Pleasant is one of the highest points on Bequia. If you face south on a clear day, you can see many of the other islands, such as Canouan, Mayreau, and Union, that make up St. Vincent and the Grenadines. In fact, some travelers have even been able to see as far south as Carriacou - the southern most island which lies just north of Grenada.
 
  The Oldhegg Turtle Sanctuary
Located north of Industry on Park Beach, the Oldhegg Turtle Sanctuary was developed by Orton King. Concerned about the survival of the Bequia Hawksbill Turtle, he created an environment where baby turtles are raised until they are large enough to survive out at sea.

Cost: Donation of US$5/PP
 
 

For reservations or additional information, please call 905.625.0544 (Canada)
or email reservations@serendipityonbequia.com

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