About Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Imagine a chain of idyllic islands in the heart of the Caribbean Sea. These islands are abundant with white-sand beaches, turquoise blue waters and barely a soul around. These islands have not yet been exploited by tourism; it’s a beautiful thing to see. Many will believe that the Grenadines are only for those who have endless amounts of money, yet you don’t need your own yacht to enjoy these islands. Saint Vincent is the main island and the interior is beautiful with green lush rainforest and colourful houses in the hills. The perfect place for evening sunsets over the island. From the capital of Kingstown, you can catch ferries to the surrounding Grenadines. So many to name here, but Bequia was our favourite – simply stunning.

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