The rugged, ocean-lashed scenery along St. Vincent's windward coast is the perfect counterpoint to the lush, calm leeward coast. In between, the fertile Mesopotamia Valley (nicknamed Mespo) affords a view of dense rain forests, streams, and endless banana and coconut plantations. Breadfruit, sweet corn, peanuts, and arrowroot also grow in the rich soil here. Mountain ridges, including 3,181-foot Grand Bonhomme Mountain, surround the valley.
Mesopotamia, St. Vincent, VC0262, St. Vincent and the Grenadines