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Saint Vincent And The Grenadines Travel and Tourism

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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an island nation in the Lesser Antilles chain which forms the eastern border of the Caribbean Sea with the Atlantic Ocean. Its 389-square-kilometre territory consists of the main island of Saint Vincent and the northern two-thirds of the Grenadines. To the north lies St. Lucia, to the east Barbados, and to the south Grenada. It has an estimated population of 120,000 and the capital is Kingstown. The country has a French and British colonial history and is now part of the Commonwealth of Nations and CARICOM.

   
 
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Beaches and Anchorages of Saint Vincent - Kingstown
Beaches and Anchorages of Saint Vincent Leeward Coast Chateaubetair - The bay here, with its 40-foot deep reef and array of brightly coloured fish, is a snorkeller's dream. While usually a good anchorage, especially on the eastern half of the bay, the northerly swells in the winter months can cause difficulties. CumberLand Bay - The bay is very deep and those boats wishing to anchor will need to do so with a bow or sternrope to a palm tree. There is no customs clearance. Petit Byahaut - Four moorings are available at the resort al Petit Byahaut. There is a small beach, diving and snorkelling are superb. At Dinosaur Head (face of Byahaut point) you will find a 120-foot wall covered in sponges, seafans and coral. Troumaca Bay - This small well-protected...

Eco Adventures of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - Kingstown
Eco Adventures of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Since primeval times, St. Vincent has been blessed with lush mountains, volcanic-rich soil and unspoiled landscapes of brilliant flora and beautiful crystal clear waters. Add to this the idyllic islands and deserted cays of the Grenadines, and the entire country emerges as a prime eco-playground.There's something here for one and all from sailing and dolphin-watching, to hiking the nature trails and swimming in waterfalls. You can climb to the top of a volcano, or explore the fascinating underwater gardens surrounding this pristine archipelago. From Bequia you can catch a quick flight to mainland St. Vincent (nine miles away) or take a regularly scheduled hour-long ferry trip .Occasionally during sea crossings a scho...

Botanic Gardens of St Vincent/Gren. - Kingstown
Botanic Gardens of St Vincent/Gren. The St Vincent Botanic Gardens are the oldest in the West Indies, and they are lovingly tended - an oasis of calm amid the frenetic buzz of Kingstown. Established in 1763 to propagate spices and medicinal plants, they now comprise a neatly landscaped 20-acre (8 hectare) park with lots of flowering bushes and tall trees. There's a small aviary that is intermittently home to some of the island's remaining endangered St Vincent parrots, a breadfruit tree dating back to Captain Bligh and a rare Soufriere tree, not found in the wild since 1812.

See the Fort Charlotte during Visit - Kingstown
See the Fort Charlotte during Visit Fort Charlotte, on a 201m (660ft) ridge north of the city, provides a panoramic view of Kingstown and the Grenadines to the south. You can walk through the old officers' quarters, whose walls are lined with paintings depicting Black Carib history. Most of the rest of this 18th-century fort is off-limits - one part is used as a women's prison.