The Grenadines are a pristine Caribbean paradise with remarkable white-sand beaches on virtually all the Grenadines isles with crystal-clear waters offering first-rate diving and snorkelling among world-class coral reefs. Grenadines is home to some of the finest luxury spas, which offers a number experimental facilities and an extensive spa menu, from massages and body care to facials, reflexology and shiatsu, using natural oils and herbs, to help refresh your mind, body and spirit.
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Grenadine is a place where visitors slow down, recharging their batteries and gradually start exploring the wonders of natural surroundings. It's an island where you can walk down the beautiful sandy white beaches experiencing the birdlife, visiting yachts and traditional beach homes contribute a sense of true island life.
There are currently no direct flights to St. Vincent & the Grenadines. For Union Island, St Vincent, Canouan, Mustique and Bequia it is best to fly into Barbados on Virgin Atlantic's daily direct service from Gatwick or twice weekly direct service from Manchester or British Airways' daily direct service from Gatwick and then take a short inter-island flight from Barbados to the appropriate island. It is also possible for St Vincent, Canouan and Bequia to fly into St Lucia on Virgin Atlantic's direct 3 times a week service or British Airways' daily direct service from Gatwick and take a short inter-island flight to the appropriate island. Flight time to Barbados and St Lucia is approx 9hrs
Standard time zone GMT-4hours (-5 hours in summer)
A valid six month passport is required for all visitors and you must have a return or onward ticket. However no visa is required for British or Irish passport holders. This should be re-checked on booking for any changes and this can be done by contacting the relevant embassy.
Temperatures are generally quite warm and sunny, particularly as you move south among the islands. The dry seasons are from January to May, with December to May being the high seasons for tourism. Rainy season tends to run from June to November. These islands are within the hurricane belt, so check weather predictions before booking tickets.
English is the official language. French and French Patois are also spoken along with a range of dialects.
The Eastern Caribbean Dollar is the local currency.
230V, 50Hz. Flat, round and v-shape pronged plugs are used
Vaccination & Health
No compulsory vaccine needed for travellers coming from Europe, but we strongly advise you to get vaccinated against hepatitis A and Typhoid. These vaccines are already recommended in your own country. As health requirements change please consult with your GP or a specialist well in advance of your holiday.
The country dialling code is 001-748
A fantastic Caribbean spa holiday destination on a 135-acre private island in the south of The Grenadines, boasting five unspoiled beaches, meandering nature trails, complimentary watersports and 45 luxuriously-appointed guest lodgings.View full hotel spa details