Tobago Cays Aerial View

11 Day Sample Itinerary

St. Vincent and the Grenadines and St. Lucia Multi Centre

From dotted gems to an emerald isle

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There are over 7,000 islands that make up the Caribbean, so an island hopping multi centre adventure is a must for any discerning traveller heading to this region. One of our favourite suggestions is to couple St. Vincent and the Grenadines along with firm favourite, St. Lucia.

Like scattered gems across the glistening blue Caribbean Sea, St. Vincent and the Grenadines is a collection of 32 islands of which only nine are inhabited. A stay in the Grenadines promotes a feel of escapism, escape a world full of technology, stress and day-to-day commitments and kick off your shoes to walk barefoot in the sands and putting your own well-being first. Fill your days instead by sunbathing, snorkelling, relaxing and getting back to nature. Hit the waters and sail, head to the one of the 23 islands that are not inhabited and explore mother nature's paradise.

Next up, hop across to the emerald green island of St Lucia. Famous for its towering Pitons and chocolate making - proving to be one of the most popular honeymoon destinations in the world. Where you can have an active or inactive stay dependent on how you wish to spend your days. For those looking for adventure, climb the famous Pitons to witness the spectacular view from the top, zipline through the lush tropical rainforests or for fun head to St. Lucia in May for the world-famous St. Lucia Jazz Festival for a musical celebration. For those looking for tranqulity, enjoy St. Lucia's honey coloured beaches, luxury resorts or perhaps make your own chocolate bar on the Bean to Bar excursion.

Our Experts Recommend:
  • Diving enthusiasts must head to Tobago Cays for an underwater adventure
  • Hike the towering Pitons, can you make it to the top?
  • Enjoy private island resorts and stays in St Vincent and the Grenadines
  • Unwind on the beautiful beaches in both destinations

Sample Itinerary Summary

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Duration
11 days
Guide Price
£5,759 per person
Price based on
Based on 05 December 18 departure from London Gatwick flying with British Airways, staying for 5 nights full board in a One Bedroom Cottage (St Vincent) and 5 nights all inclusive in a Lodge (St Lucia) including transfers.
Our guide price gives you an idea of how much to budget for an itinerary like this. The price will vary based on many elements including exchange rates, and your choice of accommodation, duration, departure date, airline and cabin class.
Destination Breakdown
Options
Private basis, Self-Guided
  • St Vincent and The Grenadines

    Itinerary Highlights

    • A diving paradise, experience a world underwater at the Tobago Cays
    • 23 uninhabited islands to explore
    • Private island resorts allow a real feel of escapism and luxury
    • Hit the waters and sail between the islands
  • St Lucia

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Create your own chocolate bar at the Rabot Estate, home of Hotel Chocolat®
    • Hike the towering Pitons that dominate St. Lucia's skyline
    • Spend an evening out in Rodney Bay with great local food and entertainment
    • St. Lucia Jazz Festival takes place every May
St Vincent and The Grenadines

With 32 islands in total to explore in total, there is plenty to see and do across this collective. 23 are uninhabited, so grab a pair of hiking boots and explore islands that are lesser known and are bursting with unspoilt nature. If relaxation is more for you, then each island has powdery sands to spend lazy afternoons. For those keen to explore beneath the surface, head to Tobago Cays Marine Park and discover a world full of brightly coloured corals and marine life. 

St Lucia

Crystal blue waters and honey coloured sand fringe this mango shaped island, with lofty mountains and deep valleys covered in a blanket of lush emerald rainforest, St Lucia has a breath-taking view at every turn. Though small in size, there is much to be explored, from chocolate plantations and botanical gardens to the world's only drive-in volcano. Whether you have spent your stay lounging in a beach hammock or discovering the island's hidden gems, be sure to join in the Caribbean swing at that island's weekly party and fishfry, Jump Up.