Saltwhistle Bay Beach#3 in Best Things To Do in St. Vincent & The Grenadines
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When it comes to finding the perfect place to lay your towel, it's hard to compete with Saltwhistle Bay's powdery sands. Comprised of a pure white shoreline shaded by palm and grape trees and fringed by aquamarine waves, Saltwhistle Bay Beach draws boaters and sun-worshipers alike to its sandy oasis.
Recent visitors claim Saltwhistle is nothing but serene and full of breathtaking views, though some complain that noisy local vendors can distract from the otherwise peaceful atmosphere. To find a sandy stretch away from badgering salesmen, head north. The beach flanks the upscale Saltwhistle Bay Club, a popular stopover point for the yachting set. You'll find plenty of seafarers docking here for a quick swim and delectable meal at the club. For more information about the Saltwhistle Bay Club, check out the club's official website.
Saltwhistle Bay rests along the northern tip of Mayreau, located to the west of the Tobago Cays. You can reach Saltwhisle via ferry from St. Vincent; ferries run several times throughout the week, and the trip takes approximately three-and-a-half hours. One-way and round-trip tickets can be purchased on board. For a current schedule, consult the SVG Tourism Authority's website.
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