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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an archipelago of islands, Saint Vincent being the largest, with the smaller Grenadines comprising of seven smaller islands and a number of small islets. 

Saint Vincent has coastlines to explore, villages with a local flair that are worth a visit, waterfalls, mountains and an incredibly fertile forest inland offering hiking with unforgettable scenery, spectacular old forts and lush gardens that are minus the crowds.


The Grenadines are best explored under sail and are known for their yacht-filled harbors and sailing spots like the reef-lined island of Bequia, boasting a secluded beach and turtle sanctuary. Or you can venture down to Tobago Cays, uninhabited and protected as a marine park. It is surrounded by an impressive barrier reef, and offers some of the best snorkeling in all of the Caribbean with its warm, shallow waters.

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