"Helen of the West Indies"
“Soca Caribbean Yacht Charters gives its clients autonomy and control over their customized vacations. In St. Lucia, travelers can spend their mornings at a golf course, their afternoons at our international racetrack, and their evenings enjoying a mud bath in an active volcano.”
- Ernie George, St. Lucia Tourism Authority
The two mountainous peaks are the most popular landmarks of St. Lucia, combining for a height of over 5,000 feet. Nearby are botanical gardens, sulphur baths sites, hot springs, and hiking trails.
Bequia, the second largest island in the Grenadines and home to the Easter Regatta, is one of the Caribbean’s most protected natural harbors with cedar and almond trees, shops, boutiques, food markets, and bars.
Tobago Cays offer some of the most magnificent beaches for swimming, tanning, and snorkeling in the Caribbean. It is known for breath-taking scenery, abundant water activities, amazing coral reefs, and sea turtle watching.
SALT WHISTLE BAY
Relax with a good book under palm trees or over a white-sandy beach. Salt Whistle Bay makes for a perfect place for those who want true immersion in local island life.
Known for being a star-studded island to celebrities, tycoons, and royals who live lavish lifestyles, Mustique is glamourous paradise. There are no traffic lights, street signs, visible power lines, or mass tourism. It is truly an exclusive island for the elite.
Known for its black volcanic-sand beaches, this secret hideaway is home to the popular Rock Side Café.