During your luxury yacht charter in The Grenadines, you will have 32 islands to explore – all offer different views and local flair. The largest island of The Grenadines is St. Vincent. This is an ideal starting point for your Grenadines yacht charter. Here you can visit the largest city and capital of the island chain, Kingstown. Despite its size, St. Vincent is more sleepy than its sister islands. It is brimming with local fishing villages – perfect for procuring fresh seafood for meals during your charter – and lots of land-based activities.
If you’re keen to work up a sweat, the island’s volcano Soufrière is worth a visit and a hike. Alternatively, visit Vermont Valley and trek through a tropical rainforest while keeping your eyes peeled for the island’s famous parrots. If a less strenuous pursuit is on your to-do list, the Botanic Gardens of Kingstown are worth a visit, as is the colonial-era Fort Charlotte.
Once you’ve explored St. Vincent, it will be time to cruise to another of the Grenadines and a popular favorite is Bequia. Diving and snorkeling enthusiasts will want to head under the waterline as the reef off the coast is worth a visit. Here there are plenty of sea creatures to see, including octopuses, seahorses and manta rays, as well as the vibrant coral. All that underwater activity will surely work up an appetite and luckily Bequia has plenty of beachside restaurants and bars for wining and dining.
Mustique is an exclusive island where the rich and famous play. History abounds here in the picturesque villages with cobbled streets and remnants of plantations that can be found. Union Island is another must-visit during your Grenadines yacht charter with its beautiful flora and fauna and abundance of spots to check out ashore.
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