Union Island is the southernmost island of the St Vincent and the Grenadines archipelago. With a population of 3,000, Union Island’s principal towns are Clifton and Ashton.
The island is approximately 3 miles long and 1 mile wide. At 999 feet above sea level, Mount Taboi is the highest peak. Due to its dramatic silhouette Union Island is affectionately referred to as the “Tahiti” of the West Indies.
With a small airport, the island is quite easily accessible with daily flights to and from Barbados, as well as flights to and from mainland St. Vincent.
In addition, there are ferry services starting from St Vincent in the north, connecting the larger islands in the Grenadines – Bequia, Canouan and Myreau, and ending at Union Island.