There is no international airport in St. Vincent or the Grenadine Islands, though the expected date of construction is 2011. Don't want to wait that long? OK. 

Visitors usually travel to St. Vincent via one of the international airports in Barbados, St. Lucia, Martinique, or Grenada. From there, one may charter a flight to St. Vincent or one of the Grenadine Islands on SVG Air, TIA, or Air Mustique. Though only a birth certificate and photo ID are required for entry, a passport is recommended. Visas are not required, but proof of a return or ongoing ticket is.

The E.T Joshua Airport is located just outside Kingstown on St. Vincent. From here, taxi service is available to your destination on the island. If you are traveling to one of the other islands, you may hire a ferry for transport.

If you are arriving by yacht, canoe, or driftwood, you must have the appropriate documents to gain entry at any number of ports. Actually, a cruise is a great way to arrive on St. Vincent, or to stop on your way to further adventure.

November through March is the busiest time to travel to St. Vincent, so book as early as possible or consider going in the summer months to avoid crowds and airline hassles. Upon leaving, travelers must pay a departure tax of $20.