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Tour highlights

  • Hike to the summit of the Piton Mountains.

  • Sail the Grenadines on a luxurious catamaran.

  • Snorkel in Tobago Cays.

  • Enjoy the bars and restaurants of Rodney Bay.

  • Revel in the views from the Pigeon Island fort lookout point.

Price includes

  • Scheduled international flights
  • In-destination transfers
  • Activities and excursions as detailed
  • All accommodation

Itinerary idea in detail

With international flights from a choice of airports including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

  • Today you begin your journey by boarding your international outbound flight to Saint Lucia. A representative will meet you upon landing and escort you to your transfer to Fond Doux on the west coast, where you will spend the next three nights. The 250-year-old coca plantation is situated close to the Pitons and surrounded by thick rainforest; the resort offers peace and serenity for relaxing as well as more active options for adventure and exploration.

  • Feeling active? Today you could hike to the summit of Gros Piton, part of the Piton mountain duo. The UNESCO World Heritage Site offers stunning views from the top which encourages hikers, with a good level of fitness, to reach the top and relish in the vista. Guided hikes can also be booked through a local representative.

  • The location of this resort serves as a great base to explore the south of the island. Hop in a taxi to the nearby town of Soufriere where you can spend the day exploring. A short walk from there will take you to the Diamond Botanical Gardens where you will find the Diamond waterfall and a selection of tropical flora.

  • Today you will be transferred to Soufriere where you will board The Moorings 4800 Sail Catamaran for your six night cruise.

  • A short sail will take you to the northernmost island in the Grenadines, the picturesque island of Bequia. Located on the islands west coast is Bequia’s main harbour, Admiralty Bay. Here in the island’s only real settlement, Port Elizabeth, you’ll find a variety of shops, boutiques, food markets, small hotels as well as a number of bars and restaurants.

  • The Tobago Cays Marine Park is comprised of five tiny deserted islands and the surrounding waters, which are only accessible by boat. The area boasts some of the best snorkeling in the Caribbean due to its horseshoe reef located just offshore, creating a calm lagoon for the islands filled with incredible turquoise waters and abundant marine life.

  • Mayreau is the smallest inhabited island of the Grenadines with an area of only half a square mile (1.2 sq km). On the northern tip of the island lies Salt Whistle Bay. It’s location, within the curve of a secluded white sand beach, makes for a great snorkeling and swimming spot.

  • Mustique is a small private island that makes up part of St Vincent and the Grenadines. Known for its exclusive clientele, the island offers more than just excellent dining options and private villas. The primary beach, Macaroni Bay, located on the Atlantic side attracts large waves suitable for surfing whilst Britannia Bay serves as an excellent spot for an overnight stop.

  • Tonight, you will moor in the secluded hideaway of Kearton’s Bay. Take time to bask in the sunshine on one of the islands black sand beaches and meander over to Rock Side Café for lunch. Spend the afternoon making the most of the islands water-based activities such as paddle boarding, kayaking, snorkeling and swimming against the pleasantly uncrowded backdrop of Kearton’s Bay. ​

  • Spot the charming homes lining the verdant hills as you sail into the sheltered harbour of Marigot Bay on the west coast of Saint Lucia. Here you will disembark and then will be transferred to the north of the island where you will spend the next three nights. Cap Maison is one of our most loved properties, a former sugar plantation perched on a cliff overlooking the ocean, with the island of Martinique in the distance. Its conveniently located close to the lively town of Rodney Bay but secluded enough for peace and quiet.

  • You could spend today relaxing by one of the two pools on offer at Cap Maison and enjoy views over the sea from the infinity pool. Alternatively, head down to Smugglers Cove beach where you will find watersports such as kayaking, hobie cat sailing and windsurfing. With the property having its own reef just offshore, its an excellent spot for snorkeling.

  • Today you could visit the nearby Pigeon Island. The island, now connected to the mainland by a causeway that was built in 1972 is located just north of Rodney Bay. Its home to important historic sites including ruins of military buildings, beautiful beaches and local eateries. The lookout point from the fort provides unparalleled panoramic views of the northwest coastline.

  • Today you will be transferred to the airport for your international flight home.

  • Arrive home today to complete your journey.

Accommodation options

While the itinerary price reflects the suggested accommodation, Audley trips are 100% tailor-made, and a specialist can help you select the option best suited to your tastes and budget.

When to go

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July is one of the best times to visit
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Bequia
 
St Vincent
 
Rodney Bay
 
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