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St. Vincent & The Grenadines

Tropical bay on Bequia Island

Mr. Harper's Travel Guide

The Grenadines, a chain of idyllic tropical microdots, extend for more than 50 miles south of the dramatic volcanic island of St. Vincent. Many of the smaller islets are uninhabited. World famous as a sailing ground, the Grenadines also offer some of the most inviting ...

The Grenadines, a chain of idyllic tropical microdots, extend for more than 50 miles south of the dramatic volcanic island of St. Vincent. Many of the smaller islets are uninhabited. World famous as a sailing ground, the Grenadines also offer some of the most inviting beaches in the Caribbean. Perhaps the most interesting of all the islands is Bequia, where, for centuries, the inhabitants have constructed distinctive wooden boats and interisland schooners. The island’s main town, Port Elizabeth, has a superb natural harbor, well-known among yachtsmen around the world.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Passport. Visit travel.state.gov, and for travelers’ health information, cdc.gov.

WHEN TO VISIT

The weather is mainly dry, warm and sunny with little variation in year-round temperature. December to June is the driest and most pleasant period.

bird icon Recommended Luxury Hotels in St. Vincent & The Grenadines

All Andrew Harper-recommended hotels offer impeccable accommodations and high levels of personal service. Only the best of the best make our list, so we rate them on a scale from bird icon 90 to 100.
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