By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon
CJ Travel Editor
If you really want to get off the grid, consider the Grenadines, an archipelago of 32 compact islands governed by both St. Vincent and Grenada. Afloat in a sapphire sea, they’re a huge draw for sailors, snorkelers and beach seekers, who are practically guaranteed sugary sands, palm-studded hillsides and sunrises so spectacular that sleeping in isn’t an option. If you haven’t yet visited these idyllic outposts, there’s no time like the present. And when you finally get to touch down, here’s where we recommend you stay. Here are the best resorts in the Grenadines.
Petit St Vincent What’s not to love about this all-inclusive private-island outpost, where a mere 22 cottages punctuate winsome white-sand beaches and tree-carpeted hillside? Spend your days sunny side up at the oceanview spa or sailing the nearby Tobago Cays on Beauty, the resort’s sloop. And then toast to your good fortune with a frosty Hairoun beer at waterfront Goatie’s Bar.