The DeckHouse Bequia

The Deckhouse Bequia is a fine waterfront restaurant that offers a unique dining experience. The restaurant is located at the Deckhouse Bed and Breakfast on the island of Bequia, and the public is always welcome during open hours. This establishment is open from 11am to 10pm Tuesday through Saturday during the in season, and there is also a Sunday Brunch held from 9am until 1pm...
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Owia Salt Pond

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St. Vincent Owia Salt Pond is a unique and interesting place, where bathing is permitted. The salt pond is constantly being rejuvenated as the waves come over the volcanic boulders, yet it is protected from rough seas by these same rocks. Many compare this salt pond to an outdoor aquarium. Reef fish often make their way into the pond, and there are even formations of coral that...
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The St. Vincent Botanic Gardens

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The Botanic Gardens is situated in Kingstown, the capital city of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. This botanic garden is the second oldest botanic garden in the Western Hemisphere, ranking only behind Bartram’s Garden in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Many believe that this Botanic Gardens is the oldest garden of this type in the tropics. Since the mid 1700s rare plant species hav...
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Vermont Nature Trails

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The Vermont Nature Trails on St. Vincent are ideal for hiking, and these trails are not too difficult so any age or skill level will usually be able to finish the hike without trouble. The views that can be seen along the trails are incredible, with a lush setting and a wide variety of plants, animals, and birds to watch for. Many hikers are lucky enough to get a glimpse of the...
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The Falls of Baleine

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The Falls of Baleine are located at the northernmost point of the island’s leeward coast, situated among volcanic formations and cliffs that are incredibly steep. This attraction can be very hard to reach at times, depending on the ocean swells, and it is a natural attraction which is unique and incredibly beautiful. A waterfall tumbles down 60 feet, landing in a pool that is l...
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Montreal Gardens

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The St. Vincent Montreal Gardens is located at the Montreal Estate, and this attraction is a must see for anyone who enjoys lush natural beauty and a variety of plants. These gardens are situated at 1,500 feet above sea level, and they are surrounded by the rain forest and banana plantations. The Montreal Gardens cover seven and a half acres of the island and the public is alwa...
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La Soufrière

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Image Credit: THE UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES, SEISMIC RESEARCH UNIT   La Soufrière is a large volcano that is still active, and this volcano covers one third of the island to the north. The volcanic mountain reaches a height of 40,000 feet, and the climb is a difficult and rigorous one. La Soufrière is the highest point on the island, and out of all the peaks ...
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Kingstown Market

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The St. Vincent Kingstown Market is a unique one of the kind experience, one that should not be missed. The main produce market in this city is situated between Bedford Street and Hillsborough Street, and locals recommend going on either Friday or Saturday because this is when the most stalls and vendors are available. The Kingstown Market has stalls which offer an incredible v...
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St. George’s Anglican Cathedral

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St. George’s Anglican Cathedral on St. Vincent was built in the 1800s, and it is the Diocese of the Windward Islands mother church. One of the most striking features of this historical structure is the stained glass windows in the church. Construction for the current church was located over the site of an earlier church which was destroyed by a hurricane in the late 1700s. St. ...
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Moonhole

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Moonhole is a unique community which is located at the southwestern tip of the island of Bequia, and it has a private beach, rental homes and villas, and a quaint charm. Tom and Gladys Johnston started Moonhole in the 1960s, with the idea of keeping the structures in harmony with the environment and the natural surroundings. There is an exquisite white sand beach that is privat...
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