Sandy Island, Carriacou Island
Categories: Islands, Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Explore the marine and avian life at Sandy Island, a calm, secluded enclave of white sand fringed by coconut trees. After Hurricane Ivan demolished the island in 2004, Grenada designated it a nature reserve. Bring snorkeling gear to explore the underwater world, or binoculars to do some bird-watching on land. The island, accessible by water taxi, makes a perfect escape from the usual crowded spots, its long stretch of beach giving a sense of peaceful seclusion. Facilities on site include restrooms, but you should plan to bring your own food and drink. Our Carriacou Island vacation generator makes visiting Sandy Island and other Carriacou Island attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
If you have a opportunity do take the time to visit this magnificent magical underwater world. Snorkelling dream for the Caribbean. Clear aqua waters generally good visibility. Great day trip.
How often have you been "the only people on a beautiful Caribbean island"? Well, take a short trip over to Sandy Island from Paradise Beach, Carriacou and it can be yours. Fabulous snorkeling and just... read more »
We anchored here for the night and snorkeled. Great protected anchorage and fantastic beach. Fish life was very plentiful and good visability
Unable to display map at this time. Please try again later.
Are you the owner of this business? Click here for promotion tips.