Saltwhistle Bay

Located on the smallest inhabited island of Mayreau, Saltwhistle Bay makes you feel like you’re starring in your very own Robinson Crusoe novel. As you disembark from your boat, you’ll be greeted by an exquisite 2-and-half-mile-long crescent of silky-smooth white sand with wave after wave of crystal-clear water lapping at your feet. Saltwhistle’s perfectly spaced palms, sea-grape trees, and blooming bushes offer the perfect refuge from the midday sun. With little to do other than walk its stunning shores, explore the tropical marine life and spot superyachts on the horizon. This slice of paradise really is the perfect relaxation spot. St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Getting There:

Saltwhistle Bay sits along the northern tip of Mayreau, to the west of the Tobago Cays. All major airlines fly to St Vincent, Caribbean where you will want to take a boat from. You can also fly from Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Halifax, Ottawa and Vancouver to St Vincent or New York, Las Vegas, Miami, Orlando, Los Angeles, Boston, Hawaii and Chicago to St Vincent. There is no airstrip on Mayreau, making this dreamy stretch of sand accessible only by boat. The ferry leaves from St.Vincent several times a week and the journey takes around three-and-a-half hours. The closest international airport is E.T Joshua Airport, St. Vincent. international airport is E.T Joshua Airport, St. Vincent.