Whether it’s completely deserted, filled with everything you need to live comfortably, or somewhere in between, these amazing destinations offer the chance to live out your idea of a perfect island fantasy.
The islands are also home to famed Jellyfish Lake, where millions of golden jellyfish live, harmless to humans, and a number of other surprises, like the Milky Way which is a bay filled with white limestone known for rejuvenating the skin.
Covered by vast, tropical jungle, the island is best known as an outstanding diving destination, luring divers with its remote beauty and seas teeming with life – as well as for treasures that are believed to have been buried here by pirates.
Harbor / Marina in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
It’s everything you could every want in a deserted island, with shallow, crystalline waters teeming with colorful marine life, including sea turtles, and coconut trees that line the picture-perfect white sands.
It's a culturally preserved sanctuary with sacred temples hidden throughout the dense vegetation, ith cerulean lagoons, idyllic beaches and a serene atmosphere that allows visitors to feel as if they’re truly getting away from it all.
Tuck yourself away on one of its many stunning and secluded bays, or explore the island to discover its extensive vineyards, palm, pine, olive, oleander, fig, carob and mulberry trees, more than 300 herbs and local seafood and wine.
The tiny, two-square-mile island is home to a population of just 300. It’s extremely walkable, so you really don’t need a vehicle at all. You can hire a bicycle, or even a traditional Pony & Trap to get around.
This is an isle where the largest giant turtle population on earth roams free, with some 150,000 of the creatures living here. There are also a large number of nearly extinct species, like the coconut crab.
Harbor / Marina in Port Elizabeth, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Once you get to Bequia, you’ll probably never want to leave. This lush green and hilly seven-square-mile island in the Grenadines is a true hidden treasure that’s been called the “most perfect” of all Caribbean isles.
The 850-acre island has no public access, as it’s a resort island offering guests an all-inclusive experience in spectacular sea view cottages that include three meals a day, snacks, wine and use of all facilities.