Canouan is an island in the Grenadines, and is considered to be a part of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. As an island in the Caribbean Sea, it is an interesting alternate destination to St. Vincent and other islands in the Lesser Antilles. 

Snorkeling and Other Sea Activities

Reefs, sunken ships, and vibrant sea life are great reasons to set the Canouan as your next destination. If you’re into snorkeling and want to see an enjoyable oceanscape below the surface, this is your island.

Watersports including windsurfing, kayaking, and hobie cat sailing are all popular activities you can fill your vacation with on this adventurous island. There are also deep sea fishing destinations, catamaran excursions, and film scene destinations from Pirates of the Caribbean.

The Canouan Tortoises

Canouan means Island of the Tortoises, and tourism hasn’t changed the island’s shelled residents. Hundreds of tortoises explore the island along with you, often enjoying the day between sunrise and sunset.

As the evening comes, most of the tortoises return to the undergrowth for a protected and comfortable night. Some of the resorts even have tortoise visitors that wander around the walkways as visitors golf and trek to a day on the beach.

Tobago Cays Diving

If you’re looking for easier dives, Horseshoe Reef is your best bet. Sail Rock has sights, sounds, and challenges for advanced divers as a pinnacle sight, and large pelagics may join you on your swim.

If you venture between the Cays and Mayreau, you can also find a wide and vast coral reef system called the Mayreau Gardens. A British gunship called the Puruni is wrecked near Mayreau as well, and its 40ft depth makes it accessible for new divers and diving experts alike.

Resorts and Exclusive Accommodations

Canouan Island is a place where billionaires go to distance their holiday from the billionaires. Beachfront suites, ocean view penthouses, and other accommodations that look into the beauty of the seascape deliver comfort and class while giving you access to the simple nature of the island.

Some of the accommodations can meet higher demands of exclusive guests. With room highlights offering dedicated butler service, furnished private terraces, and dedicated butler service, this doesn’t have to be a vacation of self-sufficiency and heavy treks to the ice machine.

Of course, if you would prefer independence without the support, there are nature trails and hiking accommodations that offer exclusive appeal without the on-demands–or even in your face–assistance. The Canouan Island experience is fairly flexible despite being remote.

Get in touch with a sea destination guide to learn more about Canouan Island.