The Grenadines Islands
The Grenadines are a chain of small islands
The Grenadines are a chain of small islands that lie on a line between the larger islands of Saint Vincent and Grenada in the Lesser Antilles. Nine are inhabited and open to the public (or ten, if the offshore island of Young Island is counted): Bequia, Mustique, Canouan, Union Island, Petit St Vincent, Palm Island and Mayreau, all in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, plus Petite Martinique and Carriacou in Grenada.
The easiest way to come visit us :
From America and most of the international airports in Europe:
You will have to fly to Barbados or St Lucia. From there you can fly directly to Union Island using local companies as SVGAIR and MUSTIQUEAIRWAYS.
If you come from France:
the simplest way is to fly to Martinique. Then if your flight is early enough, you will be in Union Island the same day using a private plane.
If not, you’ll have to reserve a night in a hotel GALERIA near the airport. We will organize your flight to Union Island the next day.
Contact us to organize the flight for you.
Europeans, British, Australians, Canadians and North Americans DO NOT require a VISA to visit St Vincent and the Grenadines (Union Island). Your passport should be valid for a minimum period of 6 months. Note: Nationals not referred above are advised to research on line for visa requirements.
A return or onward ticket is required by all visitors, as well as proof of accommodation.