WHAT TO DO ON PETIT ST. VINCENT
Most visitors to Petit St. Vincent come with one thing in mind – peace and quiet. For the energetic, there are walking trails, a range of water sports including fishing, snorkeling, scuba diving, and kayaking. How about a cruise on a private charter boat, a relaxing massage or some yoga?
Diving & Snorkeling
Come scuba diving or snorkeling on beautiful coral reefs that are full of colours and life.
The windward coast of the island is the best place to snorkel though there are also reef formations off the leeward Caribbean Beach. Snorkeling equipment is available to PSV Resort guests and PSV Resort has a working arrangement with a dive centre on Union Island. Divers can enjoy scuba diving at sites around Mayreau or the Tobago Cays.
Sailing, Kayaking & Fishing
Take to the sea in a kayak or aboard a private schooner. How about an exciting fishing trip for mahi mahi or tuna?
Hobie Cats and ocean kayaks are available to guests. For those interested in going a little further afield, PSV has two charter boats: the lovely Jambalaya, a Carriacou schooner built in the traditional manner in 2002; and Jahash, a speedboat that is ideal for fishing trips.
Massage, Yoga & Fitness
Revitalise. Let your mind and body unwind with wellness treatments, fitness and yoga.
Massage and facial treatments are available to the guests of PSV Resort, as is yoga at the open air pavilion near Conch Bay. For the more energetic, there is a 20 stage fitness trail around the top half of the island.