How to Travel

-Experience the beautiful little sister island Carriacou, just 20 minutes off the coast of Grenada with the most fabulous unspoilt beaches and underwater world in the region. 
Serenity, natural beauty and friendly people characterize our unexploited island where the motto     "sail fast -live slow” finds its true meaning.

Grenada is serviced daily from Europe and the US by flights with British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, American Airlines, Air Jamaica etc. From Grenada onward to Carriacou is either a 20 minutes flight with SVG-AIR or a 90 minutes boat ride on the speed ferry Osprey Shuttle
From Union the Lady JJ travels and from Bequia SVG fly Wednesdays and Saturdays

Location on Google Maps

In case your international flight arrives Grenada after 4.00pm you need to overnight in Grenada and travel onwards to Carriacou the next day. We can help recommend some hotels if you wish.

Carriacou is the largest in the chain of small islands that runs from St. Vincent to Grenada called the Grenadines, an Eldorado for sailing, diving, snorkelling and exploring unspoiled sandy beaches. Communications from Grenada mainland, are swift using the Osprey lines ferry or SVG-Air flights.

Carriacou is the island where you can wind down and seize time while chatting away with friendly locals, see the still active traditional boat building or hike the scenic roads and walking trails of the hillsides.
Like in no other island you can find and enjoy peaceful deserted beaches, explore the magnificent off shore cays or scuba dive to discover the wonders of the underwater world. The extensive coral reef that surrounds Carriacou makes this destination a divers paradise. It is also known as the gate way to the Tobago Cays where snorkelling with turtles in the turquoise waters is an unforgettable experience. Carriacou is a unique Caribbean island where traditions and culture is still a prominent part of society and where its natural beauty can be enjoyed without being crowded by tourists.


Green Roof Inn; Hillsborough, Carriacou; Grenada, West Indies

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