Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Warnings and Dangers

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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Warnings and Dangers

  • How NOT to welcome tourists to Saint...

    I’m a dual citizenship (US/Belgium) tourist, travelling with his wife and one year old daughter through the Caribbean. I have travelled all over the world and in all Caribbean nations and have always been passionate about this region. I wanted to share with my family my passion for the islands by travelling to Trinidad & Tobago, Grenada & Carriacou...

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  • A dangerous tree

    There are many poisoned trees along the beaches in St Vincent and Grenadines. Be careful not to touch them because they can hurt your skin and damage your eyes temporary.

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  • Keep an eye on the weather,...

    Keep an eye on the weather, hurricanes can occur between June and December and the ones I have seen so far can make seafaring very hazardous. Don't be caught out on the water in a hurricane.Or even in a squall - it's lots and lots of wind that start and end suddenly. I survived one - write me to hear my experience!!!

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  • There is a drug culture on St....

    There is a drug culture on St. Vincent, though less so throughout the Grenadines. Drugs are illegal, and though law enforcement is not exactly efficient, it is smart to turn down offers from the young men who will offer to find you drugs or other - ahem - entertainment. The roads are not great outside of the Kingstown and Villa Beach areas on St....

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  • St. Vincent and the Grenadines...

    St. Vincent and the Grenadines is very undeveloped, so roads are often an iffy proposition on the main island and non-existent on some of the Grenadines. Be advised, trips to Trinity Falls and the volcano are not for the faint of heart. Also, if it rains heavily while you are at the Owia Salt Ponds, the Rabacca Dry River may become very wet, and...

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  • WE ARE NOW IN MUSTIQUE. WE...

    WE ARE NOW IN MUSTIQUE. WE ARRIVED FROM BEQUIA WITH THE HELP OF THE BOATSMAN PICTURED HERE. ORIGINALLY, I HAD PLANNED ON RENTING THE BOAT AND MOTORING TO MUSTIQUE MYSELF, WHICH TAKES ABOUT 40 MINUTES. (RENTAL FEE: $100.00.) HOWEVER, 15 MINUTES INTO THE TRIP, AT A POINT WHEN THERE WAS NO LONGER ANYTHING BETWEEN THE TWO ISLANDS, THE WAVES GOT GOSH...

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  • There is little serious crime...

    There is little serious crime on the islands, though valuables should never be left unguarded or ostentatiously displayed. The further you travel into the interior, the simpler the lifestyle becomes. As with any country, use common sense. It gets really dark here especially when venturing out of Kingstown. Watch out for cars because there is no...

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