See & Do

Black Point Tunnel

The Black Point Tunnel was built by a British plantation owner in 1815 as a more direct means of transporting sugar to the wharf. Near the tunnel’s entrance is one of the Caribbean’s most remote and private swimming holes.

Black Point, north of Colonarie, St. Vincent
St. Vincent & the Grenadines

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Buccament Bay Resort

Buccament Bay is an ultra-modern, high-end resort just a few miles north of Kingstown. This 5-star all-inclusive retreat sits in the lap of towering mountains, shrouded in lush rainforests along a secluded stretch of golden sand.

Buccament Bay, St. Vincent
St. Vincent & the Grenadines

Getting There

E.T. Joshua Airport

The tiny E.T. Joshua Airport is currently the only commercial airport on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent, but the new, larger Argyle International Airport is slated to open later this year.

Arnos Vale, Kingstown, St. Vincent
St. Vincent & the Grenadines

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Ferdie’s Footsteps

Ferdie’s Footsteps is a local institution, famous for serving up the best fish on the island – along with a big helping of roasted breadfruit. Ferdie’s also rents out its 6 upstairs rooms as super-cheap overnight lodgings.

Georgetown, Windward Coast, St. Vincent
St. Vincent & the Grenadines

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Fort Duvernette

Take a boat to Fort Duvernette, an old British fort that sits atop a volcanic plug that juts 195 feet out of the water. But how did the British get the cannons to the top of the rocky crag? It’s still a mystery!

St. Vincent

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Grenadines Wharf

Located in Kingstown, the Grenadines Wharf is the jumping-off point for locals and tourists looking to take a ferry to one of the neighboring Grenadine islands.

South end of Bay St, Kingstown, St. Vincent
St. Vincent & the Grenadines

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Kingstown Market

In the bustling capital city of Kingstown, the Saturday morning Kingstown Market typically boasts a hundred-or-so stalls where Vincentians gather to buy, sell and haggle over fruits, vegetables and local goods.

Bedford St and Long Ln, Kingstown, St. Vincent
St. Vincent & the Grenadines

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Maranne’s Ice Cream

A must-see in Port Elizabeth is Maranne’s Ice Cream, where proprietors Bob and Maranne Berlinghof have been serving up delicious homemade ice cream made from fresh local fruit for over 20 years.

Belmont Walkway, Port Elizabeth, Bequia
St. Vincent & the Grenadines

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The Old Fort

Lay your head at the Old Fort – an 18th-century fortress on a hilltop with panoramic views of Mustique. One of the best-kept secrets in the Caribbean, the fort operates as an exclusive hotel on a 28-acre estate.

Mount Pleasant, Box 71, Bequia
St. Vincent & the Grenadines

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Paget Farm

Located down the road from Port Elizabeth, the little fishing village of Paget Farm is a great stop on a tour of Bequia. The village has a long tradition of boat building that continues today.

Paget Farm, Bequia
St. Vincent & the Grenadines

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Port Elizabeth

The idyllic town of Port Elizabeth is the capital of Bequia. The town is bordered by beautiful beaches and a crescent-shaped marina, and numerous cafes and businesses line a picturesque boardwalk.

Port Elizabeth, Bequia
St. Vincent & the Grenadines

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Princess Margaret Beach

Princess Margaret Beach is one of the most secret and secluded beaches in the world … if you can find it. Bask in the solitude of your own private beach, or explore the nearby volcanic caves for some true privacy.

Port Elizabeth, Bequia
St. Vincent & the Grenadines

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Toko’s Step Down Bar

There may be no fresher fish to be had on the planet than at Toko’s Step Down Bar. This fun dive bar is a local hangout serving up rum cocktails and quirky island fare like whale and turtle.

Paget Farm, Bequia
St. Vincent & the Grenadines

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Young Island Resort

Head to this hidden island oasis -- a tiny Caribbean cay just off the coast of St. Vincent -- that is actually a charmingly rustic resort accessible by a 3-minute ferry ride.

Young Island
St. Vincent & the Grenadines