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Palm Island Private Island Resort

beach-and-pool9_fsPalm Island is a tropical paradise within the Grenadines archipelago that runs between St. Vincent and Grenada. When you stay at the idyllic Palm Island Resort you literally have an entire island at your disposal. For total relaxation, lazy days on Palm revolve around five superb white sand beaches, incredibly blue, calm sea that offers truly perfect swimming conditions, interesting beachcombing, walks along nature trails, and reading under shady palms or just snoozing in a hammock.

For those who prefer some activity, Palm offers complimentary tennis, croquet, table tennis, casual Palm Island style golf, cycling, shuffleboard and an array of non-motorized water sports. Elegant evenings on Palm traditionally begin with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in the alfresco bar and end with delicious candlelit dinners in the Royal Palm restaurant.

For guests in search of something different, Palm Island also offers two delightful 3-bedroom villas one perched on a cliff overlooking the sea, offering complete privacy and spectacular views and the other right on the beach. Palm Island creates a world of unparalleled luxury and tranquility. Couples relax and recharge amid a Caribbean paradise of five secluded powder soft beaches, swaying coconut trees and lush tropical gardens. While some prefer to simply lounge by water’s edge, panoramic hiking trails that show off indigenous flora and fauna, including exotic iguanas. Days can also be spent sailing, snorkeling, kayaking or exploring the surrounding Tobago Cays. As the sun sets, lovers savor romantic cruises, cocktails at the bar or dinner for two beachside.

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