Our Tours

Your Guide to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Pirates of Caribbean set in Walillabou Bay

Stop of at the Pirates of Caribbean set in Walillabou Bay to make lunch orders, including fresh local fish and all the trimmings. Then it's off up the coast to see the latest lava flows and search for volcanic diamonds.

On the way back to Walillabou Bay, keep an eye out for dolphins. After lunch, you can visit the film set, and maybe even pose for a photograph with a pirate.

Baleine Waterfall Charters

Cruise the scenic coast of St. Vincent to the magnificent Falls of Baleine, only one minute's walk from the coastal landing. En route you can view the bat cave, the fishing villages and also La Soufriere (the volcano) while learning about the island's history.

Swim at the refreshing waterfall, then stop for a Creole lunch and later enjoy swimming and snorkeling followed by whale and dolphin watching.


Island Charters

Bequia: 7 sq. miles with an age-old tradition of boat-building, fishing and whaling.

Mustique: 3.5 miles by 1.5 miles, dotted with luxury villas privately owned and available for weekly rentals. Beautiful white sand beaches for snorkeling and swimming.

Canouan: 3 sq. miles supported mostly by farming and fishing. Hotels available. Enjoy snorkeling and swimming. Beautiful coastlines with white sand beaches.

Tobago Cays: Five tiny resort islands with coconut palm trees
and brilliant white sand beaches. A wildlife resort.

Mayreau: 1.5 sq. miles, restaurants, white sand beaches for swimming and snorkeling. Beautiful Saltwhistle Bay; a good stop for lunch.

Union Island: Hotels, restaurants, shopping and island life.

Petit St. Vincent and Palm Island: Resorts with beautiful white sand beaches for swimming and snorkeling.

Sport Fishing: Trolling for mahi-mahi, wahoo, tuna, barracuda, mackerel etc. Full or half-day fishing.









Wayne or Debbie

Tel: +784-457-4089

Tel: +315-608-7118

Fax: +784-457-2432

Cell: +784-593-9398

Email: baleinetours@hotmail.com

VHF radio: Channel 68

Mail: PO Box 28, St. Vincent & the Grenadines.