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St. Vincent & the Grenadines

St. Vincent & the Grenadines Vacations

Lying at the southern end of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, St. Vincent offers a stunning playground far from the stresses of city life. Its sheer cliffs rise proudly above the sea, while tropical marine life dances beneath the waves. Its verdant 150 square miles consist of the main island of St. Vincent and the northern two-thirds of the Grenadines, 32 isles stretching south towards Grenada.

Region: Caribbean

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Palm Island

Palm Island

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Palm Island Airport

This idyllic tropical hideaway, set along a pristine beach, features charmingly tailored guest rooms.

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Overview

The capital, Kingstown, and its lively Kingstown Market, welcome visitors to this port city with open arms. Stunning Botanical Gardens with myriad birds and tropical plants, and sturdy Fort Charlotte offer two very different perspectives on island life. The fort, once a formidable deterrent against the French and Caribs, provides a fantastic vantage point on the island and the sparkling seas. The lovely St. Vincent Botanic Gardens, the oldest in the western hemisphere offer a tranquil oasis amidst bustling Kingstown.

What To Do

Dive beneath St. Vincent’s deep blue seas at famous sites including The Wall, New Guinea Reef, and Anchor Reef.

Charter a yacht or sail one on your own.

See the famous sites of St. Vincent in one glorious day in an enriching Leeward Tour.

Visit Wallilabou and its falls, seen in the movie Pirates of the Caribbean.

Discover Dark View Falls, striking Mt. Wynne’s black-sand beach, and ancient Layou Petroglyphs.

Explore the windward side of the island starting with a hike to the summit of the majestic La Soufriere volcano or swim and picnic near Owia Salt Pond.

Travel through the verdant Mesopotamia Valley, Greek for “between two rivers,” and Belmont Look-Out. Stop at the captivating 360-foot-long Black Point Tunnel, one of the island’s unique heritage sites.