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Ranked #1 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Gardens
Although smaller than the Botanical Gardens in Kingstown, these gardens still feature many species of exotic plants.
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Ranked #2 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Mountains; Volcanos
Reaching the top of this 4,000-foot active volcano requires a four-hour hike through the rainforest.
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Ranked #3 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Beaches
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Botanical Gardens (Kingstown)
Ranked #4 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Gardens
Owner description: The Botanical Gardens are one of the most important and popular sites in St Vincent. They are the oldest botanical gardens in... more » Owner description: The Botanical Gardens are one of the most important and popular sites in St Vincent. They are the oldest botanical gardens in the Western Hemisphere (established in 1765) and are also an important conservation site (particularly for the St Vincent parrot). The Botanical Gardens are in Kingstown, a short journey from the town centre. « less
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Ranked #5 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Caverns/ Caves; Bodies of Water

The Bat Cave is an awesome dive. HOWEVER you must pick the right time to try it out as if it is not completely calm you will be dashed to peices on the rocks! Best bet is to go... more »

Ranked #6 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Hiking Trails; Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Forests
Owner description: The Vermont Nature Trail takes you through lush rainforest with an amazing variety of tropical flora, ending up with... more » Owner description: The Vermont Nature Trail takes you through lush rainforest with an amazing variety of tropical flora, ending up with beautiful scenery and a chance to see the famous St. Vincent Parrot in its natural habitat. Majestic cliffs reach for the sky, giving way to sweeping valleys. Ambient temperatures and abundant rainfall give rise to profusion in the growth of vegetation. The trail is in the picturesque Buccament valley within the St. Vincent Parrot Reserve and the more encompassing proposed Central Forest Reserve. « less
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Ranked #7 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Religious Sites
This historic Georgian-style church has colorful stained-glass windows.
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Ranked #8 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks/ Points of Interest

Growing up as a child on YURUMEIN which is the GARIFUNA name for Saint Vincent and the Grenadines was hard not to be adventurious you get your first glimpse of Fort Duvernette as... more »

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Fort Charlotte (Kingstown)
Ranked #9 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Military Bases/ Facilities
Built in 1806 by the English to protect the harbor from French invasion, this fort sits high above the bay of Kingstown.
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Ranked #10 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Buried in between two mountains, this valley offers tough hiking.
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Ranked #11 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Waterfalls
These picturesque 60-foot falls, primarily reached only by boat, form a pool below that makes for luxurious swimming.
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Ranked #12 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Trails
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Ranked #13 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Historic Sites
A small whaling village that once thrived in the 19th century.
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Ranked #14 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #15 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Religious Sites
This Kingstown landmark was built by the Methodists around an old Catholic church purchased in 1790.
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Ranked #16 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
A quiet area amidst the wilderness near the Vermont Nature Trail that offers a secluded spot for picnics.
Ranked #17 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Religious Sites; Architectural Buildings
This historic Catholic church, known for its Romanesque architecture, was built in the early nineteenth century.
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Ranked #18 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: History Museums
Owner description: Located inside of the Botanical Gardens, this museum features a number of ancient artifacts left by St. Vincent's earliest... more » Owner description: Located inside of the Botanical Gardens, this museum features a number of ancient artifacts left by St. Vincent's earliest settlers. « less
Ranked #19 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Bodies of Water
Seahorses and other unusual sealife is often seen in this bay, which drops to a depth of about 60 feet.
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Ranked #20 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Scenic Drives
A scenic drive to the east of Kingstown.
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Ranked #21 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Owner description: Rawacou Recreation Park has is major beach recreation site of national importance, and features two beaches separated by a... more » Owner description: Rawacou Recreation Park has is major beach recreation site of national importance, and features two beaches separated by a rocky headland with a man-made pool. Coconut trees and sea grapes provide a distinct tropical look and feel to the beach, while dune vegetation helps to maintain the balance and resilience of the beach. It is an exposed beach, well known for strong currents. « less
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Ranked #22 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Ranked #23 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
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Ranked #24 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Reefs
This reef, which quickly drops below 100 feet, is home to barracudas, lobsters, rays and more.
Ranked #25 of 32 attractions in St. Vincent
Category: Historic Sites
This small village sits next to a gorgeous bay.
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Category: Bodies of Water
Unusual sealife is regularly seen at this dive site.
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Category: Bodies of Water
A recently discovered spot where muck divers will find an abundance of interesting creatures buried in the sand.
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Category: Reefs
This dive site, located along the southwest coast of St. Vincent, is full of corals and sponges.
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Category: Reefs
Owner description: This dive site, which sometimes receives tough currents, gets its name because of its cone-shaped rock which comes within 12... more » Owner description: This dive site, which sometimes receives tough currents, gets its name because of its cone-shaped rock which comes within 12 feet of the surface. « less
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