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Island Routes Is Expanding to St Vincent and the Grenadines 

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - February 22, 2024

Caribbean attraction company Island Routes is adding another destination in the Caribbean: St Vincent and the Grenadines. 

The company’s expansion comes ahead of sister brand Sandals Resorts International’s imminent debut of the new Sandals St Vincent resort, slated for this spring. 

“We are proud to extend our footprint to St. Vincent to share the unparalleled beauty and authenticity of this incredible Caribbean destination with adventurous travelers,” said David Black, Head of Global Sales for Island Routes. “This expansion is not just a new destination in our quiver, but an opportunity for our travel advisor partners to immerse their clients into the heart of the Caribbean and create immersive moments that resonate with the true spirit of travel.”

Island Routes’ attractions even include day-trips to the island of Canouan for golfing.

The company is launching in St Vincent with 29 shared and private experiences, ranging from whale and dolphin watching to botanical garden visits to a private hike of the La Soufriere volcano, among others. 

Island Routes will now have a total of 14 destinations in the wider Caribbean. 

For more, visit Island Routes

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