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st vincent

st vincent caribbean

Lying south of St Lucia, St Vincent, along with the Grenadines, make up part of the Windward Islands.

Like all the Windwards, St Vincent is volcanic and mountainous with luxuriant vegetation and sandy beaches. Diving and yachting are hugely popular in this archipelago, along with the promise of blissful relaxation in a luxurious setting.

Our featured family resort here is the exceptional, great value and all-inclusive Buccament Bay Resort - perfect for both adults and families.

Also within the St Vincent & Grenadines archipelago, we feature the all-inclusive Palm Island Resort - located on its own private island and surounded by gorgeous sandy beaches and crystal clear, warm, turquoise sea.  Minimum age is 12, but 16 at certain times of the year.

For the ultimate in luxury island living and also on its own private island, it's tough to beat the fabulous Petit St Vincent surrounded by 2 miles of white sand beach and home to just 22 stunning one and two bedroom cottages.

Other island options in the Caribbean

Also worth considering:  Mayan Riviera, Mexico  Whilst this is not technically a Caribbean destination, the sea along the Riviera is most definitely the Caribbean.

Sailing the Caribbean

We also have a fabulous selection of luxury yachts, catamarans and motor cruisers availabe for hire in the Caribbean, including the BVI and Barbados.  Please ask for details.

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Weather and seasons

The Caribbean has two seasons, the dry and the wet, however they are not always very well differentiated. During the dry season, from February to June, there will often be weeks of clear sunny weather broken only by an occasional small rain shower. In the wet season, from July until January, there will still be plenty of sunshine, but with more frequent showers and occasional rainy days with no sun.

There is very little temperature difference between the seasons; you can expect 25° to 29°C all year around.

The mountainous terrain of St Vincent tends to increase the rainfall above that of smaller, flatter islands in the Windward group.

All months receive appreciable rain, but the heaviest rain is more likely to occur from July to November. This is the hurricane season and, although the most violent of these tropical storms may only strike St Vincent and the Grenadines every few years, less severe ones cause appreciable rainfall over quite a wide area.

Everything else

  • Flying time from London:  Approximately 9 hours
  • Currency:  US Dollar or East Carribean Dollar depending where you go
  • Language:  English spoken widely
  • Visa requirements:  British citizens tend not to need visas, however check before you fly
  • Time difference:  GMT -4
buccament bay resort

buccament bay resort


st vincent, caribbean    7 nights all inclusive from £1,525

More than simply a resort, the all-inclusive, all-villa Buccament Bay Resort, St Vincent, is a paradise for those that wish to be active - and those that just want to relax.

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palm island resort

palm island resort


st vincent, caribbean    7 nights all incl from £1,850

Located near the southern tip of St Vincent & the Grenadines, an archipelago of 32 tropical islands and cays known for their stunning natural beauty and clear, warm waters, makes this all-inclusive 4* private island resort an idyllic tropical hideaway.

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petit st vincent

petit st vincent


st vincent, caribbean    7 nights full board from £3,300

Petit St Vincent is a private Caribbean island where guests can indulge in luxury living far away from modern life - a gorgeous boutique hideaway providing the perfect balance of peace, luxury and wilderness.

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