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The Grenadines is a chain of 32 islands that make up St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Eight of these small islands are inhabited: Young Island, Bequia, Mustique, Canouan, Mayreau, Union Island, Palm Island and Petit St. Vincent. The Grenadines dazzles vacationers with amazing inns and resorts, fine white-sand beaches, excellent sailing waters, and an atmosphere that gives a get-away-from-it-all feeling.

Bequia is an hour voyage by ferry just south of St. Vincent. Bequia’s Admiralty Bay is one of the prettiest anchorages in the Caribbean. With amazing views, snorkeling, hiking and swimming, the island has much to offer the mix of backpackers, landlubbers, and boaters who frequent its shores.

South of Bequia is an exclusive and very private island of Mustique. Mustique does not encourage wholesale tourism, as the appeal of the island is seclusion. The island is made up of elaborate villas tucked away into lush hillsides.

Canouan Island only consists of about 1200 residents but is a very busy venue for chartered yachts and consists of one of the Caribbean’s most challenging and scenic golf courses.

Mayreau has one of the areas most beautiful and unusual beaches. At Saltwhistle Bay, the Caribbean Sea is usually as calm as a mirror; just yards away, the rolling Atlantic surf washes the opposite shore. Otherwise, Mayreau has a single unnamed village, one road, rain-caught drinking water, and an inn-but neither airport nor bank.

Union Island is the transportation center of the southern Grenadines with a small but busy airport and a yacht harbor and dive operators to serve sailors and scuba divers.

Palm Island once known as Prune Island is a stone throw away from Union Island. The island now hosts an upscale private resort where vacationers lounge on the island’s five palm-fringed white-sand beaches.

The late Hazen K. Richardson II reclaimed Petit St. Vincent, another private resort island, from the overgrowth. The luxury resorts cobblestone cottages are so private that, if you wish, you could spend your entire vacation in complete seclusion and undisturbed.

The Tobago Cays, which are five uninhabited islands, attract snorkelers, divers and boaters. A shallow reef, plenty of resident fish and sea turtles as well as pristine beaches with the clearest water imaginable, surrounds these islands.

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