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You Wouldn't Believe It Unless You Been There!

A must see if you travel to the Grenadines! ... Bribe your Captain if you have to! ... We spent the... read more

Reviewed 3 October 2017
San Antonio, Texas
Loved it!

A must do. I love this spot. If you can go here please make it a priority. Clearest warmest... read more

Reviewed 3 September 2017
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3 Oct 2017
“You Wouldn't Believe It Unless You Been There!”
3 Sep 2017
“Loved it!”
St. Vincent
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Reviewed 3 October 2017

A must see if you travel to the Grenadines! ... Bribe your Captain if you have to! ... We spent the afternoon there on a TradeWinds catamaran trip in September 2017.

Thank jbbomber
Reviewed 3 September 2017 via mobile

A must do. I love this spot. If you can go here please make it a priority. Clearest warmest, calmest swimming waters i have every seen. I loved this site and agree it is a must do. You will need a good boat captain but...More

2  Thank GCLB
Reviewed 24 April 2017

All you require here is your swim suit a cooler of drinks (rum punch) and you are set. Peaceful and relaxing. A must visit spot in the Grenadines

Thank Carla B
Reviewed 15 March 2017

Cutest and so picturesque little atoll to take pictures, propose to someone or make a big announcement. The ceiling of the tiny hut is filled with markings of previous visitors. We enjoyed a beer with friends and wading in the turquoise waters. Was too windy...More

Thank Liquid6
Reviewed 29 March 2016 via mobile

Somewhere between Union Island and Petit St. Vincent there is a magic place: Mopion - an isle (white sand bar) surrounded by a shallow reef. Simply beautiful! A solid wooden umbrella provides good shade. Relax and roll your eyes over the turquoise sea. It's a...More

3  Thank Robby_Cristian
Reviewed 24 February 2016

Mopion is literally a tiny white sand desert island surrounded by a turquoise reef. We moored about 200m off shore and snorkeled in. You could also find a way to get a dinghy there if you're really careful and it has a very shallow draft....More

1  Thank Morgan130
Reviewed 1 February 2016

Mopion is a very very small island surrounded by shallow waters and some coral reef. It has some decent snorkelling, and it is the perfect place to spend an afternoon and take lots of cool photos. When we were there, we were the only people...More

1  Thank Nicola F
Reviewed 4 January 2016

Fine place to visit, but really just a large natural pool with a deserted island look and not a lot of fish life. There's one large round coral amidst other coral that is pretty cool.

Reviewed 23 September 2015

Just a short hop from Petit St. Vincent, we visited this tiny sand bar during our island hopping sail through the Grenadines. Nothing to do on Mopion but enjoy the excellent snorkeling. If you're lucky, you might have the whole "island" to yourself!

Thank sceneisle
Reviewed 8 August 2015 via mobile

Our skipper took us to the island in the boats inflatable - the reef is tricky to navigate so I'm glad we had him. The Island changes shape and location within the lagoon and was quite big on our visit. No-one else there. Not a...More

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