Island Secrets

St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Visit the unspoiled Caribbean paradise of St. Vincent and the Grenadines – explore mysterious colonial ruins, hidden beaches and bustling outdoor markets.

Go to Episode
Filter: All
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

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

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

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

See & Do
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

See & Do
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

See & Do
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

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


San Francisco

More Caribbean Travel Guides

Extreme Vacation Homes: Extreme Vacation Homes Travel Guide

Extreme Vacation Homes gives you an all-access pass to the most luxurious, opulent, one-of-a-kind, ...

No Reservations: Haiti

A listing of the restaurant and hotel, which Anthony Bourdain visited while in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

More Travel Inspirations

DIY Blog Cabin
DIY Blog Cabin Sweeps

Enter for a chance to win a grand prize worth almost $900,000!

Food Network Grilling On the Road
The Best Summer Eats On The Road

Find FN chefs' favorite ice cream, BBQ, and burgers across the country.

Cooking Channel Adventures in Cooking
Learn a New Cooking Skill

Get creative in the kitchen and see cooler ways to cook from Cooking Channel.