St. Vincent, St. Vincent & the Grenadines
St. Vincent and the Grenadines are considered off the beaten path of the Caribbean Islands, but it is the lush beauty, rugged coastline and rushing waterfalls that attract visitors to this volcanic island. The island's distinct West Indian flair combines with British customs and Gallic culture, mostly seen through the music, sports, cuisine and cultivation of its people.
The colonial buildings and cobblestone streets are evidence of this modern market town's past. The area along Bay and Bedford streets bustles with markets selling fish, vegetables, fruits, spices, and other island goods.
St. Vincent's Botanical Gardens
The oldest botanical gardens in the West Indies, established in 1765 as a quarantine for medicinal plants bound for England. Some of the trees are more than 200 years old.
La Soufriere Volcano
Majestic La Soufriere Volcano offers panoramic views and the waters from this dormant volcano feed the magnificent Falls of Baleine, which cascades 60 feet into a large pool of water, perfect for swimming.
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