By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon
CJ Travel Editor
Divided between the territories of St Vincent in the north and Grenada in the south, 32 enchanting islands (only nine of which are inhabited) are strung like pearls in a sapphire sea. These Grenadines, as they’re called, have long attracted sailors, snorkelers anddivers with their fish-filled waters and reefs teeming with sea life, as well as beach bums in search of deserted white-sand stretches to claim as their own. But beyond its abundant natural assets, there’s more to discover in the awesome archipelago. Read on for our seven favorite reasons to visit the Grenadines.
Palm Island Five beaches, three hiking trails and more than 1,800 coconut palms spread over just 135 acres of land make this all-inclusive private-island resort one of our favorites.