2. Anchor up in Bequia
A land of sky-blue seas and emerald green forests topped with spiky cacti and coconut clusters, Bequia is the second-largest of the Grenadines and a veritable mecca for sailors and yachters to boot.
Bobbing sail boats sparkle in white all the way around the island’s rugged shoreline of coves and occasional sandy beaches, from the rocky headlands of St Hilaire in the south to the charming little harbor town of Port Elizabeth.
The Easter Regatta is high time to visit, representing one of the most famous boating events on the Caribbean calendar.