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A St. Vincent and the Grenadines Must-Do List

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The string of islands in the southern Caribbean, St. Vincent and the Grenadine, is at the top of many travelers’, and sailors, must-see lists, but then once you get there, where should you begin? Here’s our list of top experiences in this archipelago of tropical gems.
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Fort Charlotte offers an opportunity not only to explore the largest fortification in the islands, but it also has magnificent views of the capital, Kingstown, and even down to the Grenadines. The fort was completed in 1806, and the hill...
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The volcanic origins of St. Vincent and many of the Grenadines means that the archipelago is home to some of the Caribbean’s most beautiful black-sand beaches. Richmond Beach is a beautiful crescent beside a small forested area that provides some...
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St. Vincent is one of the Caribbean’s more verdant islands, and the rainfall doesn’t only keep the island green but also feeds its many waterfalls. You’ll want to visit a few of those local landmarks. The Falls of Baleine are one of St. Vincent’s...
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Buccament Bay, located some 20 minutes by car from Kingstown on St. Vincent’s west coast and also a good place for yachts to drop anchor, is home to one of the island’s most eerie and fascinating sites, the Bat Cave. The shrill squeaks of bats...
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With its rain forests growing on the slopes of La Soufriere, St. Vincent has a number of appealing options for travelers who want to hike through the island’s pristine interior. La Soufriere, which rises to a height of more than 4,000 feet about...
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Located on the northern outskirts of Kingstown are St. Vincent’s Botanical Gardens, the oldest of its kind in the western hemisphere. Peaceful, lush, green, and colorful, the gardens are home to a wealth of tropical plants, flowers, trees, and...
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St. Vincent is by far the largest island in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and also home to most of the country’s residents, but there are a few dozen other islands all waiting to be explored, extending out from the southern tip of St. Vincent....
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Georgetown is a rural town on St. Vincent that used to be known as Sugar City because it was the epicenter of sugar production on the island for two centuries. Today the sugar plantations are gone but their legacy of rum remains. St Vincent...