St. Vincent and the Grenadines

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  • 1. Botanic Gardens

    Garden/Arboretum

    One of the oldest botanical gardens in the Western Hemisphere is just north of downtown Kingstown—a few minutes by taxi. The garden was created...Read More

  • 2. Ft. Charlotte

    Historic District/Site

    Started by the French in 1786 and completed by the British in 1806, the fort was ultimately named for Britain's Queen Charlotte, wife of King...Read More

  • 3. Rawacou Recreation Park

    Beach–Sight

    At Rawacou Bay, close to the new Argyle International Airport, two stunning black-sand, high-surf beaches are separated by a rocky headland...Read More

  • 4. Barrouallie

    Town/Village

    Once an important whaling village, Barrouallie ( bar -relly) today is home to fishermen earning their livelihoods trawling for blackfish, which...Read More

  • 5. Black Point Historic and Recreation Park

    Historic District/Site

    In 1815, under the supervision of British Colonel Thomas Browne, Carib and African slaves drilled a 360-foot tunnel through solid volcanic rock...Read More

  • 6. Buccament Bay Beach

    Beach–Sight

    A long strand of (imported) white sand stretches in front of Buccament Bay Resort, about a half hour northwest of Kingstown. The water is calm...Read More

  • 7. Falls of Baleine

    Body Of Water/Waterfall

    The falls are impossible to reach by car, so book an escorted, all-day boat trip from Villa Beach. The boat ride along the coast offers scenic...Read More

  • 8. Georgetown

    Town/Village

    St. Vincent's second-largest city (and former capital), halfway up the island's windward (Atlantic) coast and surrounded by acres and acres...Read More

  • 9. Indian Bay Beach

    Beach–Sight

    South of Kingstown and separated from Villa Beach by a rocky hill, Indian Bay has golden sand but is slightly rocky; it's very good for snorkeling...Read More

  • 10. Kingstown

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    The capital of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, a city of 13,500 residents, wraps around Kingstown Bay on the island's southwestern coast; a...Read More

  • 11. La Soufrière

    Trail/Path

    This towering volcano, which last erupted in 1979, is 4,048 feet high and so huge in area that its surrounding mountainside covers virtually...Read More

  • 12. Layou Petroglyph Park

    Archaeological Site/Ruins

    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...Read More

  • 13. Mesopotamia Valley

    Scenic Drive/Tour

    The rugged, ocean-lashed scenery along St. Vincent's windward coast is the perfect counterpoint to the calm leeward coast. In between, the fertile...Read More

  • 14. Owia Salt Pond

    Body Of Water/Waterfall

    In the village of Owia on the island's far northeastern coast and at least a two-hour drive from Kingstown, Owia Salt Pond is a natural saltwater...Read More

  • 15. Rabacca Dry River

    Geological Site

    This rocky gulch just north of Georgetown was carved from the earth by lava flow from the 1902 volcanic eruption of nearby La Soufrière. When...Read More

  • 16. Villa Beach

    Beach–Sight

    The long stretch of sand in front of the row of hotels facing the Young Island Channel (Mariners, Paradise Beach, Sunset Shores, and Beachcombers...Read More

  • 17. Wallilabou Heritage Park

    Local Interest–Sight

    The Wallilabou Estate, halfway up the island's leeward coast, once produced cocoa, cotton, and arrowroot. Today, it is Wallilabou Heritage Park...Read More

  • 18. Argyle Beach

    Beach–Sight

    Though this spectacular black-sand beach on St. Vincent's southeastern (windward) coast is not safe for swimming, you'll love to watch the surf...Read More

  • 19. Montreal Gardens

    Garden/Arboretum

    Welsh-born landscape designer Timothy Vaughn renovated 7½ acres of neglected commercial flower beds and a falling-down plantation house into...Read More

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