Fodor's Expert Review Layou Petroglyph Park

St. Vincent Historical

Just off the main road beyond the small fishing village of Layou, about 30 minutes north of Kingstown and just north of Buccament Bay, petroglyphs (rock carvings) were carved into a giant boulder by Amerindian inhabitants sometime between AD 300 and 600. The petroglyphs are on UNESCO's tentative World Heritage Convention list; the meaning of the carvings remains unknown.

Historical Indigenous Sight Outdoor

Quick Facts

Leeward Hwy.
Layou, St. Vincent  VC0360, St. Vincent and the Grenadines

784-454–8686

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: $2; $8 with guided tour, Closed Sun.

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