Mustique#7 in Best Things To Do in St. Vincent & The Grenadines
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An upscale hideaway known for its pristine sands, cerulean waters, and lavish cottages, Mustique came into the spotlight after Queen Elizabeth II's younger sister, the late Princess Margaret decided to live here—and it hasn't stepped out since. This exclusive isle has been the highly coveted (yet unpretentious) playground of the rich and famous for decades. Tommy Hilfiger, Mick Jagger, and Paul Newman are all among Mustique's A-list residents.
Visiting this gorgeous sanctuary isn't cheap. You will need to arrange your own transportation, as ferries do not service this island. You'll also need to touch base with the Mustique Company (which oversees the exclusive isle) in order to arrange a mooring. Expect to pay approximately $208 XCD to $518 XCD (roughly $77 to $192 USD) per day, depending on boat size (larger yachts are not allowed to drop anchor here). Accommodations here are also pricey: You can bed down in one of the Mustique Company's 74 luxurious villas, but you'll have to stay for at least seven nights and shell out roughly $7,000 USD.
Should you have any desire to sprawl across sun-kissed beaches, you'll want to head to Macaroni Beach, a gorgeous strip of sand flanking the island's eastern shoreline known for its scattered palm huts and azure waters. Just bear in mind, you won't find many amenities here. In fact, you'll only have access to a couple of picnic tables, so be sure to arm yourself with plenty of sunscreen and snacks. You can also embark on a scuba diving or snorkeling expedition or take a scenic horseback ride along the beach.
Mustique sits about 18 miles southeast of St. Vincent. To access Mustique from St. Lucia or Barbados, you'll have to arrange for a private charter through the Mustique Company. For more information about Mustique, check out the SVG Tourism Authority's website.
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