The 115-acre tropical island of Petit St. Vincent, the southernmost island in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines in the Caribbean, is about as off the beaten path as you can get. There’s no TV, phones or Wi-Fi—the island operates on its signature flag system to communicate with surrounding staff. To add to the seclusion, many of the fruits and vegetables you eat are grown on the island, and all the seafood is locally caught. As far as activities go, you’ll get the chance to island hop to the wildlife reserve of Tobago Cays or even the world famous island of Mustique. There are 22 beach cottages and villas offered, but the option is there to rent the entire damn island for yourself.
Photos courtesy of Petit St. Vincent