Leave the World Behind at Sandals Saint Vincent

Tucked away in its own private cove, bordered by a lush forest and gently flowing river, is Sandals’ newest all-inclusive resort in Saint Vincent – where you can step off the beaten path and explore this little-known wonder of the Caribbean. Pure and undisturbed, the island of Saint Vincent lies between two seas at the edge of the lesser Antilles – its natural beauty untouched and ripe for discovery. The calm azure waters, majestic rainforests, and stunning white-sand beaches are a colorful backdrop for exciting new experiences. Meander along rivers that empty into the sea. Hike through the rainforest to survey the crater atop La Soufriere. Explore petroglyphs created by ancient cultures. Dive into the waters surrounding Anchor Reef to admire the unique black coral found nowhere else.

Away from the world, guests feel free to try something entirely new. This resort (opening in March 2024) offers twelve dining concepts, five bars for unlimited pours, new in-suite fitness rooms, five reflective pools, and unlimited land and water sports.

At Sandals Saint Vincent, it is moments of shared discovery that bring you closer together and make it easy to leave the world behind.

What Else You Can Do

Experience Dark View Falls

Dark View Falls — two spectacular waterfalls, one above the other — cascade down high cliff faces and plunge into natural pools. Hike to the falls through rainforest, across the Richmond River, and through a clearing in a lovely bamboo grove to reach the first waterfall. Another walk takes you up to the second waterfall.

Indulge in Luxury and Wellness

A Sandals first, our new in-room fitness suites feature a separate exercise room with workout equipment. Whether you are an avid fitness enthusiast or simply want to maintain your exercise routine while away, you will find everything you need to ensure your well-being stays a top priority throughout your vacation.

Hike Majestic La Soufiere Crater

The La Soufriere Cross Country Trail winds its way from sea level up to the top of the majestic La Soufriere Volcano (4048ft/ 1178m). Granite cliffs reach for the sky, giving way to sweeping valleys and deep gorges and eventually the immense volcanic crater. The walk to the crater is moderately difficult and takes about two hours uphill from the windward side. A guide is highly recommended.