Petit St. Vincent Private Island Resort: The Experience

Located in Petit St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the Grenadines

The lodge is stocked with a fleet of vessels for exploring the coast—and boatmen who can teach you how best to use them.

One of the beauties of meals at PSV is that they can happen anywhere, including a secluded overwater dining table for two.

PSV is a unique and stunning setting for your special occasion.

Novice scuba divers can get certified here, and beginners and advanced divers can arrange one- and two-tank dives at nearby reefs.

Set off sailing across turquoise Caribbean seas.

Tucked in among the trees on the slope of the island’s highest hill, the Hillside Spa draws upon Balinese healing rituals in their massages and treatments.

Tuck into a plate of freshly caught seafood.

No matter which stretch of beach you settle into, staff will pass by to pick up orders for food or other refreshments.

Petit St. Vincent has made it possible to explore the island and its coastal waters every way you can think of: by glass-bottom kayak, snorkel, fitness trail, or simply by changing which beach you relax on. There are also plenty of ways to explore beyond the island so that you can make the most of your Caribbean experience, whether you choose to dive or snorkel renowned reefs, sail a sloop, or learn how to kite surf, among many other available activities.

Things to Do

Activity inclusions vary by rate type and package. Please inquire with the lodge when requesting your reservation.

  • Kayaking and Paddleboarding
  • Sailing
  • Windsurfing and Kite Surfing
  • Snorkeling
  • Scuba Diving and PADI Courses
  • Boating Excursions
  • Swimming and Beachcombing
  • Deep-sea Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Tennis

Food and Drink

Each of the lodge's two restaurants provide distinct dining experiences for guests, but you may choose to eat just about anywhere on the island you please. Set on a hillside terrace overlooking the harbor, the main restaurant serves up five-star meals in an atmosphere of relaxed elegance. Guests trade in their shorts and tank tops for slacks or skirts and are treated to a delightful three-course menu that changes daily. For a more casual experience, the beachfront bar offers lighter fare and regular barbecues, which you can enjoy with bare feet in the sand. No matter where you eat, the seafood is locally caught, the lodge’s chickens lay all the eggs, and much of the produce is grown in the island’s gardens.

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