Have a question about our services? Want to see if your particular vacation is one we can help with? We'd love to hear from you!
NOTE ABOUT THE MAP: Our address defaults to Mount Pleasant instead of Hillsborough due to the publisher's GPS settings. While we love Mount Pleasant, we are not there...find us on Main Street in Hillsborough! :)
Hillsborough, Carriacou, Carriacou and Petite Martinique
12:00 am – 11:45 pm
There are regular weekly flights from North America and Europe to Grenada's Maurice Bishop International Airport (IATA: GND, ICAO: TGPY). The journey to Carriacou is a short fifteen minutes ride by air or two hours by sea. Whichever option you choose you are sure to have an exciting trip filled with breathtaking views of our islands.
Yes, we'd be happy to pick you up...tell us what you have in mind and let's do it!
St. Vincent Grenadines Air (SVG Air) operates daily flights between Grenada's Maurice Bishop International Airport and Carriacou's Lauriston Airport. The 20 minute flight is EC $124 one-way or EC $245 return. With 2 morning and 2 afternoon departures (except on Thursdays), it is easy for visitors and business travellers to spend at least one day exploring Carriacou.Ticket prices and schedules are subject to change so please contact SVG Air for more information - St. Vincent Grendines (SVG) Air Tel: 473 444-1475 www.svgair.com
For visitors already in Grenada the Osprey Ferry operates daily round-trip service between Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. The 90-minute journey on a power-catamaran travels along Grenada's scenic west coast from St. George's, passing the small islets between Grenada and Carriacou and arriving in Hillsborough, before going onto Petite Martinique.For a day trip to Carriacou passengers should get to the Queen's Jetty on the Carenage (opposite the Fire Station) by 08:30 to purchase tickets from the Osprey's ticket counter. In Carriacou tickets can be purchased from the Osprey's office on Main Street, Hillsborough. Tickets cost EC $80 one-way or EC $160 return per person.
We are more than grateful for your loyalty and support over the years. As we sail into a new channel of services, we will continue to listen to your suggestions and take action in every way we can.
Carriacou is a very special place, small but mighty, and we hope to see you again soon. If you've never been here, we await your arrival. Many of you have photographs and videos you've taken--we ask that you send them to us with your permission to post them on this website and other social media sites.
Upcoming projects will be announced through the mailing list and on the home page of this site as space permits. We're also looking at publishing a sister site that focuses solely on Carriacou and the daily bread of life that happens there. The Facebook page for CarriacouToday.com is already up and running. You'll definitely want to Like and Share the page...here, again, your positive posts and images are welcome.
The Cancer Society of Carriacou & Petite Martinique will always be a passion for us...we've been adversely affected by it, and we're not alone. Don't hesitate to let us know if our support is needed, and we will do whatever we can to support an effort.
Our dedication to the marine and agricultural environment of Carriacou is well established, and we continue to support it in word and deed. Cuthbert's commitments, in particular, earned him a commendation by Queen Elizabeth.
Thank you again for your support over the years, and we wish you all the best.
Cutty & Mags