While many people may have heard about St. Vincent & The Grenadines (SVG), still, many others haven’t. So, today’s post will be dedicated to highlight this tiny 389km wonderful island which is growing and shaping up to be one of the most exclusive islands in the Caribbean Sea.
Where to stay?
If you take a look at the map I provided in locating the place, the main island is Saint Vincent and the southern two-thirds are the Grenadines. Here, the accommodation facilities include 5-Star all inclusive resorts, villas for rent or private charters. Given my fanaticism for water and my passion for boats, there’s nothing like a stay in a yacht charter. The reality is that, if you get a chance of visiting SVG, what’s important is just to enjoy this dreamy place, no matter where you stay.
What to do?
Every day new proposals and activities arise. And today, the most requested activities are scuba diving and snorkeling. I think they are right, given the amount of exotic aquatic animals that pass through the island, I won’t doubt it!
Other ‘eco-friendly’ activities include visiting tropical gardens and parks, hiking, watching colorful birds, taking tours to get to know the island better, sailing between whales and dolphins, water sports and so much more!
Best time to visit?
The temperature is 27° C (81° F) mostly. The warmest months are between November and February. And during the rainy season that goes from May through October, rainfall is most frequent in the mountains of St. Vincent.
How to get there?
Although very tiny, the island is easily accessible. St. Vincent’s main airport is the E.T. Joshua Airport in Arnos Vale. This airport serves international flights as well as flights to and from the Grenadines and other Caribbean destinations.
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