The best islands to visit in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

since the opening of Argyle International Airport in 2017, an increasing number of international airlines operate nonstop flights to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, one of the Caribbean islands in the Minor Abroad. And as on my recent visit, tourists who stay have the opportunity to stay in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, which have 32 islands and coffee shops. The largest islands to make an island in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines include the main island of Saint Vincent,  Young Island, Bequia, Mustique Island, Canouan, Petit St Vincent, Palm Island, Mayreau Island and Union island.
Happy Island Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Janti Ramage is located on the shallow shore of Union Island in the Grenadines, and is a local visionary who built the small trip in a bar position sitting on the foundations of a conical shell that was a problem in the area. Often, the shells, which are much decorated in them as kitsch decoration, are often producers of fishermen who hit the muscle inside and leave the elaborate shells as garbage. This was a problem on the increasingly broken beaches of Union Island with shells in the early 2000s. When analyzing the question, Janti (an oral version of the French name “Gentil”, which means nice or friendly) worked as an officer voluntary environmental as a unique solution to natural pollution.

As of 2002, Janti began collecting coffins and rocks that were similar to a shallow part of a nearby reef, creating its own private recession at the end, making it a “happy island.” By creating a flat concrete surface for his new island, Janti built a small area and a patio that covers the entire surface and imported some palm trees from another nearby island. Today Janti has a friendly bar for all sailors and tourists who want to put a small boat in the happy little getaway where Janti now lives with his partner. The hours are flexible (island time) and it is necessary to call ahead, but there are few places of support throughout St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Intensify your game, Parrot heads.

Union island Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

The Island of the Union was the last island visited in the Grenadines. With a little less than 3,000 inhabitants, Union Island is three square miles and thirty-six miles from San Vicente. Located in the heart of the South Grenadines, it is similar to the island of Bequia with a good mix of locals and tourists, although it is more approximate. Perhaps in part because tourism is vital to the growth of the island’s economy, many of the islanders are still farming and fishing. Like the other islands in the Grenadines, sailing, snorkeling and snorkeling is the best thing you can do when visiting Union Island.

However, one of the most recent openings on Union Island is the loss of Ashton Lagoon, the largest and most restored mango forest in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. And through the restoration efforts made by Sustainable Grenadines (SUSGREN), 3000 red mangrove trees, two wildlife observation towers and many nature trails are now planted. This complements the other hiking trails on the island, including a visit to the Battle that offers panoramic views of the Union Island.