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  • Carenage Resort at Carenage Bay, Canouan
    St. Vincent & The Grenadines

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  • Golf, Recreation Type
  • 2 hours to Half Day Time to Spend
4.0
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  • Value
    3.0
  • Facilities
    4.5
  • Atmosphere
    5.0

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Golf enthusiasts can't help falling in love with St. Vincent & The Grenadines' gorgeous fairways. For stunning scenery, take your irons to the wind-protected championship Grenadines Estate Golf Club on Canouan.This challenging 18-hole course boasts jaw-dropping cliff-side views from Mount Royal. 

According to recent visitors, the Grenadines Estate Golf Club on Canouan touts an unforgettable course. "What a track! […] The back nine climbs up to the second highest point on island at the thirteenth tee, providing jaw-dropping views of the rest of the island," exclaims one TripAdvisor user.

The Grenadines Estates Golf Club is located within the Carenage Resort at Carenage Bay on Canouan. Prices vary by club rental, golf lessons, and the round of holes you wish to play. To play the full 18 holes costs $675 XCD (roughly $250 USD) for patrons and $526 XCD (roughly $195 USD) for resort guests. You can reserve clubs at the resort and sign up for golf instruction if you're looking to improve your stroke. For more information, consult The Grenadines Estate Golf Club website.

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#1 Tobago Cays This cluster of small, uninhabited isles perched at the east end of Mayreau boasts some of Grenadine's finest underwater sites. The remote cays' calm, clear waters teem with bright ... Read more » Courtesy of SVG Tourism Authority

#2 Canouan Travelers are almost always impressed by tiny Canouan, which measures a mere three and a half miles long and a quarter-mile wide. World-class spas, luxurious resorts, and breathtaking coral reefs ... Read more » Dennis Sabo / Shutterstock

#3 Saltwhistle Bay Beach 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 ... Read more » Jason Pratt / Flickr

#4 Bequia Perched at the northernmost tip of the Grenadines' chain of islands, Bequia beckons to beachcombers and seafarers with its golden sands, calm aquamarine waves, and relaxed atmosphere. When you tire ... Read more » Courtesy of SVG Tourism Authority

#5 Botanic Gardens St. Vincent's lush 20-acre park holds a reputation as the longest standing botanical garden in the Western Hemisphere, with roots dating back to 1765. Inside, you'll encounter a ... Read more » Courtesy of SVG Tourism Authority

#6 Macaroni Beach If you came to Mustique (the Grenadines' exclusive retreat just 18 miles southeast of St. Vincent) to sprawl across blindingly white sand or sit beneath a rustic palm hut facing ... Read more » Jason Pratt / Flickr

#7 Mustique 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 ... Read more » Courtesy of SVG Tourism Authority

#8 Scuba Diving & Snorkeling Once you've marveled at the Grenadines' magnificent scenery above the surface, it's time to take the plunge below sea level. After all, St. Vincent doesn't hold the ... Read more » Dennis Sabo / Shutterstock

#9 Mayreau Picture it: Tall palms swaying in the breeze, azure waters lapping at the sands of Saltwhistle Bay, and the aroma of savory lobster wafting through the air. This is Mayreau ... Read more » Scott Griffith / Flickr

#10 Hiking If you're itching to explore, St. Vincent offers numerous picturesque trails. Thrill-seekers will get a kick out of trekking up the imposing La Soufrière volcano, but they should note ... Read more » ctsnow / Flickr

#11 Kingstown Before you set sail for the remote isles of the Grenadines, take some time to explore Kingstown, St. Vincent's colorful capital city located along the island's southern coast ... Read more » V.J. Matthew / Shutterstock

#12 The Grenadines Estate Golf Club Golf enthusiasts can't help falling in love with St. Vincent & The Grenadines' gorgeous fairways. For stunning scenery, take your irons to the wind-protected championship Grenadines Estate Golf Club ... Read more » Courtesy of The Grenadines Estate Golf Club

#13 Wallilabou Bay Pirates of the Caribbean fans looking to retrace Captain Jack Sparrow's footsteps from the opening scenes of "The Curse of the Black Pearl" (2003) should head straight to Wallilabou ... Read more » ctsnow / Flickr

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Sailboats skim the Tobago Cays' turquoise waves. But they're not allowed to drop anchor here. Courtesy of SVG Tourism Authority

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St. Vincent's Botanic Gardens were developed in 1765, and today stand as the oldest botanical gardens in the Western Hemisphere. Courtesy of SVG Tourism Authority

Macaroni Beach features isolated sands that gradually descend into calm turquoise waves. Jason Pratt / Flickr

On the private island of Mustique, isolated white sands extend into brilliant turquoise waters. Courtesy of SVG Tourism Authority

Under St. Vincent & Grenadines' turquoise waves lie colorful schools of fish. Dennis Sabo / Shutterstock

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Along St. Vincent's picturesque trails, you'll admire gorgeous seascapes. You may even catch sight of one of St. Vincent's rare and resplendent parrots. ctsnow / Flickr

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Surround yourself in breathtaking panoramic views as you putt along the Grenadines Estate Golf Club's championship course. Courtesy of The Grenadines Estate Golf Club

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