St. Vincent and the Grenadines

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  • 1. Botanic Gardens

    Garden

    One of the oldest botanical gardens in the Western Hemisphere is just north of downtown Kingstown—a few minutes by taxi. The garden was created...Read More

  • 2. Friendship Bay Beach

    Beach

    This spectacular horseshoe-shaped, mile-long (1½-km-long), protected beach on Bequia's mid-southern coast can be reached by land taxi or by...Read More

  • 3. Ft. Charlotte

    Historic District/Site

    Started by the French in 1786 and completed by the British in 1806, the fort was ultimately named for Britain's Queen Charlotte, wife of King...Read More

  • 4. Lower Bay Beach

    Beach

    This broad, palm-fringed beach on the southern shore of Admiralty Bay, south of Port Elizabeth and Princess Margaret Beach, is reachable by...Read More

  • 5. Macaroni Beach

    Beach

    Macaroni is Mustique's most famous stretch of fine white sand—offering swimming (no lifeguards) in moderate surf that's several shades of blue...Read More

  • 6. Princess Margaret Beach

    Beach

    Quiet and wide with a natural stone arch at one end, the beach is not far from Port Elizabeth's Belmont Walkway—but you still need to take a...Read More

  • 7. Big Sands Beach

    Beach

    Union has relatively few good beaches, but this one on Richmond Bay—on the island's northern shore and a five-minute drive from Clifton—is a...Read More

  • 8. Black Point Historic and Recreation Park

    Historic District/Site

    In 1815, under the supervision of British Colonel Thomas Browne, Carib and African slaves drilled a 360-foot tunnel through solid volcanic rock...Read More

  • 9. Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary

    Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

    In the far northeast of the island, Orton "Brother" King, a retired skin-diving fisherman, tends to more than 200 endangered hawksbill turtles...Read More

  • 10. Wallilabou Heritage Park

    Other Attraction

    The Wallilabou Estate, halfway up the island's leeward coast, once produced cocoa, cotton, and arrowroot. Today, it is Wallilabou Heritage Park...Read More

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