Grenadines are today a high income, exclusive
tourist destination, out of the reach of mass-tourism operators, yet
offering strong growth rates good margins and excellent investment
and development opportunities.
The current government of St.
Vincent has provided the islands, (including Union Island) with
a net of modern small airports for small planes, linking them to most
major intercontinental airports in the region.
It is a fair statement to say that the most beautiful
beaches on these islands can still only be reached by boat and that
the best business opportunities in the commercial and tourist area
are still open for grabs.
Caribzones is please to be able to offer White
Island for sale.
A Caribbean pearl located amidst a sailing and
A fine white sandy beach practically surrounds
the entire island and the rocky island elevation offers the perfect
setting for unforgettable views of the surrounding island world.
Getting to The Grenadines is easy while
not equipped for intercontinental flights, The Grenadines can easily
be reached from the USA and Europe via San Juan de Puerto Rico, Miami,
Martinique, St. Lucia, Barbados,
Tobago, and Venezuela, from where either regular American Airlines,
Air Martinique, LIAT, and Mustique Airways, or private charter flights
connect St. Vincent and The Grenadines including Carriacou
with the outside world.
Island only has day landing facilities, but a newly rebuild
excellent airport for small aircraft. Union Island is the most “cosmopolitan”
and striving of the Grenadines. The only hotel meriting this denomination
on the island is the Anchorage Yacht Club Hotel.
The Grenadines are unique among other things, in that
they have preserved their natural beauty untouched.
Of volcanic origin, they surfaced the ocean as active
craters some 50 million years ago between the island of St. Vincent in
the north and Grenada in the south.
is left today, and known as “The Grenadines” are the rest
of these long extinct and re submerged volcanoes forming a chain of reefs
and coral islands which have nothing to envy to those of the South Pacific.
Partly private, partly populated, partly uninhabited, these islands represent
the last development opportunities in the otherwise over developed over