Day by day
Fly to Grenada. On arrival you will be met by our representative and escorted to your drive for the 20 minute private transfer to your hotel.
Today you will be collected for a full day, private tour. Start with a drive through the steep hills and lush rainforest of Grand Etang National Park, stopping at Concord Waterfall. Heading north you will visit Gouyave Nutmeg Station where the nutmegs are still processed and packed by hand. Discover the background behind Grenada's cocoa production at Carlton's Cocoa Station and finish with a stop at Gemma's Home Garden where Gemma will guide you round the beautiful garden she's created brimming with local plants and flowers.
Today you are at leisure to explore as you wish. You may like to head to historic Westerhall Rum Distillery. Alternatively, the capital, St George's is within easy reach of your hotel where you can get a glimpse of the island's colonial past at Fort George and Fort Frederick.
Today, you will have a private transfer back to the airport for the 55 minute to Barbados. Here you will be met by our representative and escorted to your driver.
The private transfer to your hotel should only take about 20 minutes leaving you time this afternoon to explore a little. Little Arches is in a quiet, residential area on the south coast. A couple of minutes walk from the hotel, Enterprise Beach is popular with the locals while a little further down the road is Oistins fishing village. If you're here on a Friday, we recommend visiting the weekly fish fry where locals and visitors come together for fresh seafood and music.
This morning you will have a private tour to St Nicholas Abbey, a 17th century plantation house, for a tour of the house and rum tasting. You will also visit Morgan Lewis Windmill, a sugar mill dating back to the 19th century, and stop at Cherry Tree Hill, one of the best viewpoints on the island.
Today you are at leisure to discover more of the island. You might like to head into Bridgetown, take a tour of the Mount Gay Rum factory or the famous Kensington Oval cricket grounds. There are also some great catamaran trips where you may be lucky enough to snorkel with turtles.
A private transfer brings you back to the airport where you board a small propeller plane for the 45 minute flight to Bequia in the Grenadines.
On arrival, you will be transferred by local taxi to the Bequia Beach Resort. Set on a beautiful, golden sand beach this charming property is a great base for exploring the sleepy island of Bequia. If you wander down to the end of the beach you may see local fishermen bringing in their daily catch.
One of the best ways of exploring the island is with a local taxi driver in one of the open backed taxi trucks and the hotel will be happy to arrange this with one of their drivers. Explore the beautiful scenery of this sleepy island, passing fishing villages, artists studios and desert beaches.
Ferries over to St Vincent take just an hour if you'd like to explore more of the islands that make up St Vincent & the Grenadines. Kingstown, the country's capital is bustling and lively with historic buildings and regular markets. Or if you'd prefer to stay on Bequia, why not explore some of its beautiful beaches, we particularly recommend Princess Margaret Beach.
Another day at leisure and you may like to take a boat trip to incredibly blue waters of the lagoon at Tobago Cays which are fantastic for snorkelling.
Days 11 - 13
Today you will have a local taxi transfer back to the airport for your flight home.