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VIDEO: On Petit St. Vincent, the Recipe for the Perfect Beach

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - July 22, 2017

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon
CJ Travel Editor

What makes a great beach? On Petit St Vincent, an idyllic Grenadines private-island resort, which boasts two miles of them, the recipe is simple.

  1. Take one golden-sand stretch backed by lush sea grape bushes and swaying casuarina pines.
  2. Add a liberal amount of turquoise water, striated with hues of cobalt and emerald.
  3. Mix well with sweeping views of Union, Palm and Frigate Island and the rhythmic sound of waves gently lapping the shore.
  4. Let sit.
  5. Enjoy at your leisure from the comfort of a hammock for two, shaded under a thatch-roof palapa.

Check out this video and see for yourself.

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