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Flights to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
The island country of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines lies at the south of the Caribbean Sea eastern border. Also known as St. Vincent, the country consists of a main island, known as Saint Vincent, and the northern two-thirds of a chain of smaller islands known as the Grenadines. Most of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines lies within the Hurricane Belt. Its capital and largest city is Kingstown, which is also the country’s main port.
What to see & do
Bursting with magnificent sceneries and unforgettable destinations, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines has tonnes to offer its visitors. Among the various activities within the island include yachting, eco-adventure, various water sports, festivals and events, along with tours that last either half a day or whole day.
Yacht adventures are available on Saint Vincent Island: Chateaubelair, Wallilabou, Kingstown; Bequia; Union Island; Canouan; and Mustique port of entries. The country has various yacht charter operators that offer marine tours, diving tours, and snorkelling tours. Yachting requires a clearance procedure to be completed when going in and getting out of the island.
Get in touch with nature with Saint Vincent and the Grenadines’ eco-adventure and tours. The activities that await visitors include hiking; bird, whale, dolphin, and turtle watching; along with visiting numerous tropical gardens and beaches, among others.
When looking into packing as many destinations as you can in a day, another option for visiting destinations within the island include half a day and day tours. These tours consolidate most of the major spots within Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The whole day tours visit Wallilabou, Dark View Falls, Mt. Wynne Beach, and Layou Petroglyphs via the St. Vincent-Leeward tour; La Soufriere Volcano, Owia Salt Pond, Mesopotamia Valley and Belmont Look-Out, along with Black Point and Black Point Tunnel via the St. Vincent-Windward tour; and Union Island, Palm Island, Mayreu, and Tobago Cays, via The Grenadines (tour). The half-day tour is a walking tour of Kingstown, to visit its notable places such as St. Mary’s Cathedral of the Assumption, and the Kingstown Market, to name a few.
How to get around within Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines can be explored mostly via car or taxi by land, and by sea, through the island’s efficient ferry system. With the country being fairly small, it is easy to get from point A to point B.
Visitors can drive within the country provided that they have a temporary licence. There are various car rental services all throughout the country, while taxi companies that are members of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Taxi Association include Airport Alliance, Airport Taxi, Airport Authorized Taxi, Central Taxi Service, Classy Taxi, Combine Taxi Service, Kingstown Taxi Stand, Richards Taxi, SVG Taxi Association, Sam Taxi Tours & Yacht Agency, and United Taxi Service.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines has made travelling between islands possible and easy with its inter-island ferry system. Among the ferries that offer inter-island transportation within the country are MV Bequia Express, MV Admiral Express, MV Jaden Sun, MV Gem Star, MV Jaden Sun, MV Barracuda, MV Canouan Bay, and MV Endeavour. These ferries serve Bequia, Canouan, Mayreau, Union Island, and Mustique. Ferry fares vary per ferry and per ferry destination.
How to get there
Serving Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, via flights to and from Porlamar, Antigua, Barbados, Grenada, Port of Spain, Saint Lucia-Vigie, San Juan, Mustique, Canouan, and Union Island, is the E.T. Joshua Airport. Airlines operating at the airport include Conviasa, LIAT, and SVG Air. Other airports that serve the island of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines are J.F. Mitchell Airport, Canouan Airport, Mustique Airport, Union Island Airport, and Palm Island Airport, via flights through airlines such as Mustique Airways, SVG Air, LIAT, and Skytrans Airlines. Another airport that will serve Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is the Argyle International Airport. It is currently under construction and is expected to be completed by mid-2015, replacing E.T. Joshua Airport. The new airport will have a passenger capacity almost four times that of E.T. Joshua Airport.
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