Paddle boards, hobie-cats, kayaks and snorkel gear are available complimentary.
Take a short boat excursion and experience world-class snorkelling in the uninhabited islands of Tobago Cays, located in the Grenadines archipelago. A group of 5 islets sheltered by a horseshoe-shaped coral reef. They are protected by a Marine Park with white -and beaches and crystal-clear waters, making them one of the best snorkelling and SCUBA spots around. They are especially known as a spot to see the green sea turtles that gather in large numbers just under the surface of the water.
With 32 islands and cays, the Grenadines are a boaters paradise. Half or full day boating excursions can be booked by the property team.
The Tobago Cays located in an archipelago comprising of five small uninhabited islands – Petit Rameau, Petit Bateau, Baradol, Petit Tobac and Jamesby – located in the Southern Grenadines offer the ideal spot for boating.
Climb the highest point on the island, Mount Royal with a guided tour and you will learn all about the flora and fauna of the island. The trail winds up a steep, single track through a thick forest. On the way you will spot turtles, hummingbirds, tree-climbing hermit crabs, orchids and aloe plants. At the summit your efforts are rewarded as you get a stunning view north toward Mustique and to the south Mayreau, Palm Island, Union Island, Petit St. Vincent and on a very clear day, Grenada.