St. Vin­centst & The Gre­nadines

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St. Vin­cent (SVG) and the Gre­nadines is un­doubt­edly one of the most di­verse des­ti­na­tions for ex­tended and twin - cen­tered hol­i­days. This chain of 32 is­lands and cays is abound with rare and ex­otic marine life for un­der­wa­ter lovers. Scuba divers will be spoil for choices with over 100 dive sites and the clear, un­crowded wa­ters are ex­cel­lent for snor­kel­ing. SVG con­tin­ues to at­tract the sail­ing en­thu­si­ast for leisure and events such as the Be­quia Easter Re­gatta, who knows while on board your yacht you may be in for a treat by dol­phins . While im­mersed in the warm hos­pi­tal­ity of Vin­cen­tians, vis­i­tors are also in­vited to ex­plore the lush var­ied land­scape, na­ture trails, ma­jes­tic wa­ter­falls, river pic­nics, hike the Soufriere vol­cano and visit the award win­ning St. Vin­cent Dis­tillers Ltd where they can sam­ple the lo­cal rum. Come ashore “The Caribbean you’re look­ing for “and be part of the multi is­land di­ver­sity!


Elec­tric­ity volt­age is 220 volts-50 cy­cles

UK pass­port hold­ers do not re­quire visas

It is il­le­gal to wear cam­ou­flage cloth­ing on the is­lands

Wa­ter is safe to drink, but bot­tled wa­ter is avail­able

The Eastern Caribbean Dol­lar is the lo­cal cur­rency. Credit Cards ac­cepted.

Be­quia Easter Re­gatta is a ma­jor event in the Gre­nadines.


Bread­fruit fes­ti­val is cel­e­brated in the month of Au­gust. (Na­tional dish Bread­fruit and Salt­fish).

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