The whole is more than the sum of the parts in this exceptional day of colours, sounds, tastes and movement, which constitutes the crowning glory of any trip to the Caribbean. Fly along the east coast of Grenada to Union Island (St. Vincent). Then set sail for the islands of Mayreau, Tobago Cays and Palm Island in a magnificent 80' Carriacou-built schooner which appeared (disguised!) in 'Pirates of the Caribbean'.
Pack your high factor sunscreen, your hat, your shades and your expectations for this awesome sailing trip. You will board the Shadowfax Catamaran at Port Louis Marina. Cruise along the West Coast to the underwater sculpture park for a dip in the water and a guided snorkel trip. Then make your way to Hog Island, where a delicious beach BBQ with lobster or prawns awaits you. Enjoy stunning vistas of the most Southern bays of the island, while sipping on refreshing drinks from the open bar.
Take a 20 minute flight to our sister island Carriacou. Meet your certified nature guide Allison, who will take you on a two and a half hour island tour. Explore the history of and life on Carriacou while visiting natural and historical sites around the island. Enjoy a hearty lunch at Paradise Beach and take a little powerboat over to Sandy Island Marine Protected Area to snorkel, roam and relax on the beach. Conclude your day of adventure with a scenic ferry ride back to Grenada.
Come fishing on a fast, comfortable twin diesel engine, 31ft boat. Guests may catch a wide range of fish from barracuda, wahoo, dorado, yellowfin tuna, blue marlin, sailfish etc ranging in size from a few pounds to over 500lb.
A sweet little trip for anyone looking to immerse themselves in our colourful underwater world, this two site snorkel trip will take you to our unique Underwater Sculpture Park and the biodiversity rich Flamingo Bay reef.
Want to get close to Grenada’s nature in a non-invasive manner? Then this is the way to paddle!
Try out a serene and unusual way of exploring Grenada’s south eastern coastline around Woburn Bay and Hog Island.