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Stay at Palm Island Resort, Grenadines

Have you ever wanted to own you own private island? With only the Palm Island Resort and a handful of private residences you can take time to relax and enjoy all the amenities of your new private oasis. This idyllic tropical hideaway is situated near the southern tip of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, an idyllic archipelago of 32 tropical islands and cays known for its stunning natural beauty and clear, warm waters. Five white sand beaches that lay on these natural, untouched surroundings compliment the resorts charmingly tailored 43 guest rooms. Enjoy the delicious, fresh and locally-grown Euro-Caribbean cuisine while dining beachfront style, or partake in the array of low-key activities that the sand and sea have to offer. Besides being a resort, Palm Island is a tranquil place that invites our guests to slow down, recharge their batteries and gradually rediscover the wonders of nature. Iguanas and interesting birdlife are natives along the panoramic walking trails, while authentic island life is portrayed through yachts and traditional beach homes. Furthermore, you can drift away on boat trips to the world-famous Tobago Cays to ensure a great sense of place.Yachtsmen and divers from around the world gravitate to this strand of unspoiled Caribbean islands, lured by exotic sea life, rainbow-colored reefs and fascinating shipwrecks. Come join us for your own private island escape at Palm Island. Palm Island in the Grenadines is a tiny island a mile from Union Island, and only accessible by boat. Originally known as Prune Island, Palm Island got its current name when the former owners, the late John Caldwell ("Coconut Johnny") and his wife Mary, planted hundreds of coconut palms, transforming the deserted and swamp, mosquitoes infested island into a palm covered one. The island is currently the site of a resort and about twenty private holiday residences. Since iguana hunting has been forbidden in 1999, Palm Island is home for thousands of them.
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