Petit Byahaut, located atthe southwestern leeward shore of St. Vincent is a little world on its own: 50 acres of tropical greenery at a privatepicturesque sheltered bay only accessible by boat.
Thedream of owners Charles and Sharon of living with and for nature came truewhen they found this secluded valley. They are still continuously working atperfecting their little piece of the island of St. Vincent.
Ecotourism is a much abused term but here you have found it in its true form! Experiencebeing one with nature: on land tropical flowers, birds and trees; in the seapristine reefs, abundant fish and underwater caves are part of everyday life atPetit Byahaut. Even modern technology is blended with nature in a non intrusiveway: 11 reservoirs store rainwater, solar panels provide electricity for lighting, refrigeration and water pressure.
Accommodation: Only 5 dwellings are available for maximum ten nature lovers. Each site hasbeen built with minimum interference with the natural surroundings of rocks,flowers and trees so they all turned out differently. One is an expansive patiowith a raised, screened bedroom. Two sites are tents measuring 10x13x8 feet withspacious natural wood decks, screened windows and doors. Two sites aresculptured wood screened rooms. All of them are furnished with queen sized beds,hammocks, wicker chairs and tables, solar powered lights. Each dwelling has itsprivate open air bathroom and shower in the gardens, but don't worry:there are only 5 sites on 50 acres and Petit Byahaut is a truly secluded resort!
Thebar and restaurant are located at the waterfront of the bay. This is wherethe exquisite creations of the chef are served by candlelight. Specialties arevegetarian dishes using fresh produce of the island of St. Vincent.
Amenities:Three meals a day, hammocks on the beach, daily maid service, picnic lunches,transportation to and from the airport, use of snorkeling equipment, kayaks, andsunfish, some excursions are included for guests.
Nearby:The whole bay of Petit Byahaut is excellent for snorkeling. Certified divers canexplore caves and the 120 ft wall at the north end of the bay. Guided hikes tothe waterfalls, the volcano or the rainforest can be arranged, as well asboat tours to Trinity Falls or the falls of Baleine.
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