Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Things to Do

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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Things to Do

  • Tobago Cays

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    Bequia Island Things to Do

    As enjoyable as it is snorkeling the coral reef surrounding the Tobago Cays, it’s equally enjoyable snorkeling the seagrass beds. There are fewer fish, but the beds are full of Green Turtles munching on the seagrass.

  • St Mary's Catholic Cathedral

    St Mary's Cathedral is located in Kingstown and looked very pretty from the distance, so I walked there from the port and had a visit to it. It was open and I did not have to pay any fee.

  • life is an adventure!

    want to climb a volcano? swim in the ocean, meet local down to earth people.. well this place is it.. cost of living is cheap to our Canadian dollar.

  • I wish it were beer

    So far this is the first ever source of water that I have encountered that produced a liquid of quality expected to come from a bottle in a grocery store. Completely seriously and without a trace of exaggeration, the taste of the water is the same as what would come from a bottle of carbonated mineral water. The major difference is that there is no...

  • Mystery left alone

    Layou and its carvings might be not that much in cultural/scientific/spectacular terms but one thing is for sure – it is bloody authentic. The carvings are done on one boulder only and apparently are part of greater story being told all over the island in different locations. This particular spot has some advantage over others such as clarity of...

  • Visit Johnny Depp!! LOL

    All over the islands there are various sets where Pirates of the Caribbean were shot. There was one beach in particular that has a lot of the set still there, it is a lovely beach, and there is a kick ass restaurant there! It is near Wallilabou - I can't remember the name of the restaurant but don't worry - everyone on this island knows this beach....

  • Visit Darkview Falls

    This is an amazing spot in St Vincent - it is peaceful and tranquil but also happening! At Darkview falls it feels as though you are in a tropical paradise with 2 waterfalls. The parking lot at peek times is full of locals cooking, drinking and having fun - join them, they will welcome you. There are 2 waterfalls here and the hike to the second one...

  • Botanical Gardens

    If you make it to SVG you must visit the Botanical Gardens which is right by Kingstown (capital city). If Mr Daniel himself is there - you must request him as a tour guide. He is the one who keeps the grounds and he is super entertaining. Our '30 minute' tour was over 2 hours and was chalked full of the most interesting plants and uses for plants...

  • Walk on the old city - Kingstown

    If you are staying anywhere away from Kingstown, just take a public cab or a taxi to Kingstown (capital of St.Vincent) and walk around. Its safe to walk around the streets. Enjoy the old colonial buildings.

  • Climb La Soufrierre Volcano

    At 4,080 feet, this is one hell of a climb. You start at sea level and ascend to the top of this majestic volcano at your own pace. Hire a guide and take some bananas and water with you for power. You are going to need it. Walk slowly and at a good pace. Admire the changing beauty as you climb higher. The forest at one point is dense and...

  • Excursions to the Grenadines

    If you go to the St Vincent you shouldn't miss excursion to at least two islands of Grenadines.There are trave agencies which organize this kind of trips.

  • The Short List: More Punch than the Rum

    This is a short list of must sees:On the main island of St. Vincent: 1) The Falls of Baleine - by boat only/swimming, 2) Owia Salt Ponds - Volcanic formations/swimming, 3) Montreal Gardens, 4) Trinity Falls - a rough ride to get there, 5) The Black Point Tunnel, 6) Scenic stops along the Leeward Highway, 7) Scenic stops along the Windward Highway,...

  • Fort CharlotteCompleted in...

    Fort CharlotteCompleted in 1806, Fort Charlotte is on a ridge 600 feet above the sea, giving a magnificent view across Kingstown and down the Grenadines. It gives you an entire view across the capital of St. Vincent and it is worth a must see.

  • Petit Byahut - St Vincent -...

    Petit Byahut - St Vincent - for snorkellingDarveo Falls - St Vincent - for a showerFort Charlotte - St Vincent - check out the museumBotanical Gardens - St Vincent - to see the rare St Vincent parrotPrincess Margaret Beach - Bequia Friendship Bay - CanouanSalt Whistle Bay - Mayreau Horseshoe Reef - Tobago Cays - for snorkellingPleasant beaches

  • North of St Vincent island is...

    North of St Vincent island is a very beautiful and refreshing waterfall called : Baleine Falls. It's a top excursion, organized by anyone on the island. This place being reachable ONLY by boat (1 1/2 hours by slow boat from Kingston). The picture lets you know about BALEINE FALLSWe did not find any other great thing in St.Vincent.If you are on a...

  • Spend a few hours at Sandy...

    Spend a few hours at Sandy Cay. It is a tiny spit of sand with nothing but an umbrella a short boat ride from the island. Straight out of a magazine. They will pack you a phenomanal picnic basket and drop you off. Only one couple at a time. There is some pretty good snorkeling right around the cay. Careful of the sun, you could get scorched. We...

  • Tobago Cays, One of the...

    Tobago Cays, One of the nicest beaches. Snorkelling and scuba diving is great but you have to watch the currents.Underwaterworld

  • Make sure you hikers climb Le...

    Make sure you hikers climb Le Souffiere. What a wonderful, exilerating hike. Bring a sweatshirt. Gets real cold at the top of the crater. Lots of birds, bamboo, trees, and scenery. Ask for Dominique at the Young Island front desk. He is from France and from Dominica. He is a great guide and lots of fun. Also, make sure you take the airplane ride...

  • The botanical gardens are a...

    The botanical gardens are a must see , ( I'm not a botanical kind of guy but) this place will surprise you!

  • The big island of St. Vincent...

    The big island of St. Vincent is the best kept secret for scuba diving. We dove with Bill 2's the owner of dive St. Vincent . Bills personality is a little out there, but underwater you would be hard pressed to find better! But do watch out for out of date tanks !Pic is of a frog fish ( upper right 1/4 of frame)

  • Sightseeing in Kingstown the...

    Sightseeing in Kingstown the capital city. Very picturesque as the rest of the Caribbean with British flair and practises. This is an overview of their paliament and official buildings.

  • How about some shopping? This...

    How about some shopping? This is no shopper's mecca and there is no duty-free port, but you can buy some interesting handicrafts in Kingstown. Batik Caribe, a famous name in the Caribbean, produces beautiful batiks and tie-dyed fabrics. The St. Vincent Craftsman cooperative features work by local artisans. This includes beautiful wood crafted items...

  • Visiting Bequia

    Named the island of the clouds by the Caribs (pronounced Bek-way), this is the largest of the St Vincent dependencies with a population of about 5,000. Nine miles south of St Vincent and about seven miles square, Bequia attracts quite a number of tourists, chiefly yachtsmen but also the smaller cruise ships and, increasingly, land-based tourists....

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