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There are three all-inclusive resorts in St. Vincent and the Grenadines -- two exquisite, high-end private island retreats that offer the ultimate in luxury and privacy and the relatively new, posh Buccament Bay resort, opened in 2011.
Petit St. Vincent Resort
With 22 cottages across the 113-acre island, Petit St. Vincent Resort can guarantee guests the kind of privacy and solitude that many people crave when they think of a romantic Caribbean vacation. Cottages have no keys, TVs, or telephones, but all have private sundecks that open onto the ocean. Inclusive activities include a wide variety of water sports (including snorkeling), hiking and tennis; spa services, yoga classes, yacht excursions and deep-sea fishing also are available. Inclusive rates also include three meals daily, plus morning coffee and afternoon tea.
Palm Island Resort
Palm Island has been named one of the best resorts in the world. This private-island retreat has just 43 rooms and the high-end all-inclusive package features three meals, all drinks, non-motorized water sports, tennis and other low-key activities.