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The Natural Wonders of St. Vincent and the Grenadines

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Few countries are more dazzling when it comes to natural beauty than St. Vincent and the Grenadines, the archipelago of 32 islands in the southern Caribbean. Whether you want to explore the country by sailing or hopping between islands by plane or ferry, you’ll find everything from black-sand beaches to colorful reefs and green jungles to havens for tropical birds.
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La Soufrière, St Vincent and the Grenadines
Whether you approach it from sea in a yacht or by foot or car on dry land, La Soufrière, rising to a height of 4,000 feet, is one of the most spectacular peaks in the Caribbean. The slopes of the active volcano are crossed by two trails, the...
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St Vincent and the Grenadines
A number of St. Vincent’s most famous landmarks are waterfalls. The rainfall that keeps the island so green also feeds its many cascades. Trinity Falls, about four miles from Richmond and 25 miles from Kingstown, is a three-tiered waterfall set in...
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St Vincent and the Grenadines
While many visitors choose to sail between the islands of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, others fly in. Sitting on a migratory route for many bird species on their way to or from South America, St. Vincent and the Grenadines manage to fit a...
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St Vincent and the Grenadines
Sitting on the west coast of St. Vincent, two hours from Kingstown and near the Richmond River, Richmond Beach is another popular birding spot. It’s also one of the most beautiful of the island’s black-sand beaches. The crescent of sand sits...
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St Vincent and the Grenadines
While St. Vincent is the largest of the islands in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, it’s only one of the 32 that make up the nation—no wonder the country attracts sailors from around the world. The islands in the archipelago offer a number of...