St. Vincent

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** SAINT VINCENT **

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    Jojo0310
    08 Aug 2018
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    There is nothing much to see in St Vincent.. The beaches are ok..I woyld reccommend the Buccament Bay Beach where the resort used to be…to me thats the best. There isnt much night life and Sundays are completely just for ice cream. There is the Owia Salt pond which is a nice adventure. Hotels are reasonable and some may carry a breakfast option..

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    Charlene
    09 May 2018
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    St.Vincent and the Grenadines are a stunning group of islands. It’s also the birth place of my parents. Having the opportunity to visit is more than a vacation for us; it’s about reconnecting with our roots. On the main island, St.Vincent, there isn’t as much for tourists to do. Plan to climb La Soufriere, visit Owia Salt Ponds, Dark View Falls and Falls of Baleine. There’s also the Botanical Gardens. Most visitors, however, head straight for the Grenadines, which is what we did after spending time with local family in St. Vincent. Bequia is the most accessible island and is the gateway to the other islands. We stayed for 2 nights in Bequia. The first day we took a day trip with Michael Tours from Bequia. The best! We visited Canouan, Tobago Cays (where you can swim with turtles!), had lunch and a swim in Mayreau at Salt Whistle Bay (my favourite beach in the whole world, no exaggeration), and a quick stop at Union Island, passing by Palm Island and Happy Island. The trip was unforgettable and well worth the price. He also offers day trips to the private island of Mustique, which I would also recommend. The following day was spent lounging at the beach and at our beautiful hotel, Spring House Bequia. St. Vincent is definitely very laid back. It’s a place to go and relax. Don’t expect much adventure tours. Getting around the main island is also very difficult and can be pricey. Trips to the Grenadines can also be expensive. Many are often the playground of the rich. Keep this in mind when planning your trip.

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