Top things to do

Top Choice Fort in Kingstown

Fort Duvernette

Perched atop a large volcanic rock offshore from Villa, this eerie fort was constructed to defend the town of Calliaqua and affords fantastic 360-degree views of the southern shoreline. There are 225 steps in the sp…
Top Choice Beach in Mayreau

Saltwhistle Bay

On the northern, uninhabited side of Mayreau you'll find Saltwhistle Bay, a double crescent of beautiful beaches split by a narrow palm-tree-fringed isthmus that seems to come right out of central casting for tropic…
Top Choice Beach in Port Elizabeth

Princess Margaret Beach

Simply divine. Located just around the corner from Port Elizabeth, this is one of the loveliest stretches of sand on the island. It is backed by a wall of lush vegetation and the deep, calm waters are perfect for sw…
Top Choice Bar in Mustique

Basil’s

Famous Basil’s is a delightful open-air thatch-and-bamboo restaurant that extends out into Britannia Bay, and is the place to eat, drink and meet up with others in Mustique. It's a must-stop for every day-tripper an…
Top Choice Gardens in St Vincent

Montreal Gardens

Tucked away at the end of a rough road at the top of the valley above Mesopotamia – the SVG version – St Vincent's other botanical gardens are in many ways superior to their more famous Kingstown counterparts. Surro…
Top Choice Cafe in Spring Bay

Sugar Reef Cafe

Sit under fantastic driftwood chandeliers in the seaside dining room and tuck into superb gourmet delights at this wonderful cafe inside the Sugar Reef hotel. Fresh fish features prominently on the small menu, but t…
Top Choice Caribbean in Port Elizabeth

Fig Tree

A 300m stroll along the waterfront west of the docks, this open-air restaurant has views to match both the great food and hospitality of the owner, Cheryl Johnson. Creole touches abound; book ahead for the Friday ni…
Top Choice Creole in Port Elizabeth

L’Auberge des Grenadines

At the north end of Port Elizabeth, this simple two-story house has a wide patio and veranda with ideal harbor views. Classic top-end island preparations combine Creole spice with French flair. Few diners seem to re…
Fort in Kingstown

Fort Charlotte

Just north of the city and standing proudly atop a 660ft-high ridge, Fort Charlotte (1806) offers commanding views of both town and the Grenadines to the south. It was once a fearsome military post with dozens of ca…
Beach in Union Island

Chatham Bay

A favorite hangout among Union Island locals and a popular anchorage for yachties in the know, Chatham Bay is a lovely thin crescent of white sand backed by steep, forest-covered hills on the western side of the isl…