Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live on your own desert island? When we stepped ashore from our boat at Palm Island in the Grenadines for the very first time we fancied we had unknowingly walked straight on to the set of Castaway. Coming to Palm is most likely to be the closest you will ever come to realising the fantasy . . .
According to ''Travel and Leisure'', Palm Island is ''one of the best places to stay in the world''. Few of its pampered visitors would choose to quarrel with that. Little changed since it was first discovered, it’s a glorious Caribbean hideaway for escapists. Very quiet. And very, very romantic.
While ‘events’ on little Palm Island and Canouan tend to be more on the scale of a passing yacht or a spectacular sunset, St Vincent and (to a lesser degree) Palm’s neighbour Union Island more than do justice to their events diaries! Among the highlights are:
Our Grenadines Island and resort choices all have one vital thing in common – tranquillity. These are places for visitors whose priorities are focused on rest and relaxation in magical natural settings. Where beach, sea and cuisine take precedence and recharged batteries on departure are guaranteed. It has long been a magnet for the rich and famous in search of total ‘away from it all’ tranquillity. The pace of life here is slow, very slow!