reviews that "When approaching The Cays you can tell you are about to enter one of earths most magical little paradises. The experience of staying overnight can almost be described as otherworldly. It's as if time stood still for us to just enjoy and take in this beauty. Abundant and numerous sea life, Rays, turtles, fish, idyllic smaller islands to roam" and so much more.
Now, if you are staying in SVG for a couple months, or even deciding to extend stay and those who live here, relaxation is still a big deal in SVG. Keeping all things in tack, the End of the Month is once again approaching and to top that off, it's summer! There are bills to pay but you need to relax. Don't miss it ok. You need to relax!
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Now, while JSR Communications is paying the bills and running errands for you, you must take a trip to Bequia. Yes. You have to visit Port Elizabeth! Evie B said It’s “A little gem!”. She give Port Elizabeth in Bequia a 5 of 5 stars review 1 week ago. She said she “Spent a few nights in the bay on several occasions cruising through the West Indies. Bequia is a little jewel, so laid back, tons of fresh food, the friendliest locals and Friday nights and weekends further in the town, the locals dance with music in the streets. Caribbean style. Must go experience!” She visited in visited August 2015.
If you need a second opinion, scotworldtraveller who took her advice and went had his own reviews to give after visiting in March 2016. Yep. This year. He said, it is a “Tranquil bay”
Scot reviewed that “We moored in the bay and went ashore in dinghies across the blue water. we were welcomed ashore and taken on a tour of the island.” Just google for the pictures and you will see for yourself.
Summer in St. Vincent is fun in the sun with the ultimate relaxation. If you have never heard it before, tourist love it here. We always here that Vincentians are "warm and welcoming, lovely, friendly, nice" and we will like for it to remain that way.
40km south of Saint Vincent, the Canouan Airport is the largest and closest runway to the Tobago Cays and able to accommodate super mid-size jets.
On this, the southernmost Grenadine island belonging to Saint Vincent, the airport is your access point to the private island resorts of: Palm Island and Petit St. Vincent to name a few.
Ferry services operate between the Grenadines and Saint Vincent every day except for Wednesday with either the MV Barracouda, MV Gemstar, MV Guidance or the MV Jaden Sun (a fast ferry). Check online for these boats' schedules. Ferry services also operate bi-weekly between Ashton, Union Island and Hillsborough, Carriacou (Grenada) on Mondays and Thursdays.
Small water-taxis provide daily transportation between the islands.
Eat roast pork or chicken at a roadside barbecue on Friday or Saturday night
Enjoy the view from Fort Charlotte
Visit Montreal Gardens
Hike the Vermont Nature Trail
Visit the Botanical Gardens
Climb La Soufriere Volcano (not an easy climb!)
Swim in the Tobago Cays
La Soufriere Volcano Summit
Visit the Arawak Rock Carvings
Black Point Tunnel
Hike up to and enjoy the view from Fort Duvernette
Saint Vincent uses the North American style of calling codes, where all local numbers are seven digits. The area code for the islands is 784, which makes all international numbers for Saint Vincent in the form of +1 784 XXX-XXX
Our national dish is Roast Breadfriut and fried Jack Fish. Our national Bird is the Amazona Guildingui
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