Bequia, St Vincent & the Grenadines

Heaven on Earth

Find yourself exactly where you should be

Stay true to who you are, and find yourself exactly where you should be. This is the Caribbean you’ve been looking for. Bequia, pronounced beckway, means the land of the clouds. And like the clouds after which it is named, Bequia is a Caribbean island that is truly somewhere like heaven on earth. Bequia, and its sprinkling of uninhabited islets, is a land of lush green hills and undiscovered shores. For centuries adventurers have found themselves drawn to these small, less frequented islands, to enjoy a sense of freedom far from the bustling crowds. Steps from the shoreline on Friendship Bay, with views of the Grenadines stretching out on the horizon, Wild Lotus Glamping has created an oasis on one of the most stunning beaches in Bequia. Here, in this little slice of paradise, you can experience the joy and freedom of simple, beachside living.

Glamping Accommodation

Glamping is a unique experience that combines the comforts of a hotel with an unforgettable connection to nature. Our glamping accommodation gives you the freedom to experience nature unspoilt while minimizing any environmental impact. The Lotus Belle tents are spacious, solar powered, beautifully furnished and equipped with comfortable beds, luxurious linens, private wood fired tubs & all amenities you need for a comfortable stay.

Immersion in nature makes Glamping an intrinsically wellness experience. At Wild Lotus Bequia, you can practice holistic therapies in places of extraordinary natural beauty, and boost their impact with the added benefits of medicinal products. You can also be sure to eat well at The Greenhouse Cafe at Wild Lotus. This is the place to kick back and enjoy fresh wholesome sustainable foods while taking in those turquoise views.

The Grenadines

About the Island

Shaped like a lightning bolt with pristine beaches on all sides, Bequia, whilst just 7 miles long and 2 miles wide, is the biggest of the small islands in the Grenadines. Hence we’re known as the ‘big little island’. Over the centuries Africans, Caribs, English, French, Irish and Scottish have washed up on these shores to create a beautiful diversity of cultures and people who all call Bequia home. From the moment you arrive, you’ll find yourself falling naturally into the slow rhythm of this charming little place.

No big resorts, or mass tourism attractions of any kind, it's just quaint little villages, pristine beaches, turquoise waters, verdant green hills, and friendly smiling people who can't wait to welcome you.

Things to do

You can walk across Bequia in a couple of hours, the island’s two coasts are only two miles apart. It’s just a 10 minute drive from Friendship Bay to other popular beaches, Lower Bay and Princess Margaret beach. You can hike up Mount peggy’s the highest point on the island for views as far south as Grenada or explore Port Elizabeth and the Belmont walkway where you’ll find quaint bars and restaurants with a laid back vibe.

A tour to the Tobago Cays is a must do - think a dozen different shades of turquoise, deserted beaches and swimming with turtles in the wild. It’s an unforgettable experience you will treasure for a long time. Island hopping by ferry is for the more adventurous explorer looking to experience small island vibes. Head North to the mainland to visit mesmerizing black sand beaches, Dark View waterfalls, the awesome Soufriere volcano and the magical Owia salt ponds.

How to get here

From the US
Daily flights from Miami and New York JFK to St. Vincent. Then a one hour ferry ride on the warm Caribbean sea

From the UK
Virgin Atlantic flies direct with a short stop in Barbados

From Canada
Air Canada has twice weekly flights from Toronto direct to St. Vincent

Via Barbados or St. Lucia
You may also fly into Barbados or St Lucia, then connect to a flight using Bequia Air which flies directly to Bequia from those islands.

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