From the breathtaking Tobago Cays and the Horse shoe reef, we set sail for Grenada.
Grenada is the sixth smallest island in the world and is best known for its chocolate. A friendly island where, if time permits, we can make an excursion to a chocolate factory.
Bequia is the next destination, then St Vincent and on to the Grenadines. A paradise island where you would like to stay for eternity. With its French / English influences it is perhaps due a combination of factors that it is the most beautiful island in the Caribbean. The natural bay of the capital, Port Elisabeth, is ideally situated between high green hills. Once on land you find yourself in a pleasant landscape of colorful wooden houses, where chickens scurry around an Anglican Georgian church, and there is even a good bookshop! The Belmont Walkway is an idyllic road that brings us to a strip of friendly bars and restaurants which we cannot miss.
The last stop in this route is the French island of Martinique where we stock enough food and water for our next stage.