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Saint-Vincent

Saint-Vincent and The Grenadines
By Dmitry Petrounin Dmitry Petrounin Section editor Profile

Discover Saint-Vincent

A lot less touristy than its neighbouring Grenadines due to its black sand beaches, Saint Vincent is worth visiting if you have some time to appreciate its tropical forest with luxuriant vegetation that spreads around the volcanic relief. Thus, the sportier will launch an attack on the Soufrière, a dreaded volcano that makes a great hike of 3 hours. You may also be interested in the Falls of Baleine, 65-ft waterfalls falling over the sides of the volcano. The fishing village of Layou is popular as it is so picturesque.

Saint-Vincent

Saint-Vincent , A fertile island born of a volcano. , Saint-Vincent and The Grenadines
A fertile island born of a volcano.

Despite a rugged relief, the fields of banana trees, callaloo plants, and market gardening areas are not a rarity in Saint Vincent.

© Raphael Richard
Saint-Vincent , A shepherd in the Buccament Valley , Saint-Vincent and The Grenadines
A shepherd in the Buccament Valley

The higher valleys are difficult to get to but it's not rare to find fields and shepherds at the end of some tortuous roads, too!

© Raphael Richard
Saint-Vincent , Saint-Vincent and The Grenadines
Saint-Vincent © Raphael Richard