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Island adventures in St. Vincent & The Grenadines
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  • St. Vincent has many places to visit while you’re there. Kingstown, the capital, is the center of activity with freighters and yachts coming and going. The charming 18th-century city features arched cobblestone streets and Georgian homes.
  • The oldest botanical gardens in the Western Hemisphere are situated in the heart of Kingston. Along with many other species of plants, they house a breadfruit tree grown from seedlings brought over from Tahiti in 1793.
  • Trinity Falls is perhaps the most beautiful waterfall in St. Vincent. The waterfall is set in a deep volcanic canyon. A tour to the falls from Kingstown involves a two-hour drive along the Leeward Coast of St. Vincent, followed by a 45-minute hike through a lush rain forest. However, when you dive into the beautiful, clear water it all becomes worth it.
  • The best beaches on St. Vincent are located on the west and south coasts of the island. For white-sand beaches, Villa Beach and Indian Bay Beach are popular. On the other hand, if you want to sink your feet into the black remnants of the island’s volcanic origins, you will want to head to Questelles Bay, Mt. Wynne or Richmond.
  • Across the waters lie the peaceful Grenadines, which feature some of the most immaculate beaches in the world. You can reach the islands by boat or plane. The islands of Mustique, Canouan, Bequia and Union have airstrips for small planes, and all offer special adventures for visitors, including snorkeling, diving, hiking and shopping.
  • The rich and famous are known to vacation on Mustique. The island is dotted with million-dollar homes and yachts owned by Hollywood stars and royalty. The mountains allow for fantastic hiking and the clear water is ideal for snorkeling. For sunbathing, you will definitely want to check out the powdery sands of Macaroni Beach.
  • Check out Brighton Beach, which has luminescent black sand and great waves for activities such as boogie boarding.

 

 


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