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Petit St Vincent Private Island Resort reopens in November

Following an announcement by the UK government, Petit St. Vincent island resort will reopen on November 1.

The private island resort is part of the Grenadines, which are included in the UK government's air corridor arrangements.

The island offers 115 acres with 22 cottages, and the maximum capacity of 44 guests, making it a good option for socially distanced holidays. The island also has the provision for booking the PSV Peninsula on the eastern side of the island, which includes four cottages at a special rate.

Activities include diving at the Jean Michel Cousteau Dive Centre, fishing or snorkelling on one of PSV’s own vessels, wine tasting at PSV’s wine cellar, sailing excursions to Tobago islands aboard the 49-foot sailing sloop ‘Beauty’ or an all-natural spa treatment at the resort’s treetop Balinese spa.

For more information, visit: www.petitstvincent.com


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