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Visiting St. Vincent and the Grenadines

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Stories and Tips St. Vincent and the Grenadines

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St. Lucia Cruise Ship Port

Written by lovethecaribbean on 05 Feb, 2012

St. Lucia- We wanted to see as much of St. Lucia as we could so we opted to do our own thing in the morning. We arrived at Marigot Bay at 7:30 am and were on the first tender to shore. We…Read More


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Bequia cruise ship port

Written by lovethecaribbean on 05 Feb, 2012

Bequia- We arrived at 2 pm and departed at 7 pm. This was one of my favorite islands, and I could definitely see myself coming back here for a vacation. We opted to do the ship’s 4x4 tour of the island.…Read More


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The ship- the Royal Clipper

Written by lovethecaribbean on 05 Feb, 2012

ShipWe had been on a cruise with Star Clippers before, so we knew what to expect. The ship holds about 220 passengers, but there were only about 160 on our cruise. I don’t think the ship would have felt crowded if it were full,…Read More


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Bucolic Bequia

Written by southerntravlr on 25 Oct, 2007

Talk about a bucolic Caribbean island! Bequia ("Beck-Way") certainly meets that definition. Located in the West Indies near Barbados, Bequia is a tiny, 7-square mile, volcanic-based oasis floating on a sea of cobalt, aquamarine, Copenhagen-and-all-manner-of blues and greens. With approximately 5,000 residents, Bequia is…Read More


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Different islands/Different personalities: Mustique

Written by mplunkert on 09 Sep, 2002

Mustique is the island of the rich and famous. Privately owned, it has been a second home to personalities such as Liberace, Princess Margaret, Raquel Welch, and Mick Jagger. There are only 80 homes on the island, and you may mistakenly think some…Read More


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Enjoying Bequia

Written by Kaye on 01 Sep, 2000

Ah-h-h we had a beautiful day in Bequia. After a rough crossing from Tobago Cays we awoke to a beautiful morning in Admirality Bay. We arrived in the harbor in the dark so we weren't able to see how many yachts and sailboats…Read More


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A free view of the island from atop the hill

Written by Pirate43 guide on 09 Dec, 2000

" You really won't find much on the island in the way of souvenirs except for T-shirts and such which are sold by the locals along the beach under the trees. They have a wide selection however so have at it.…Read More


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My Experience in St. Vincent

Written by TheLibbyShow on 04 Aug, 2006

I spent a month in St. Vincent from the end of April to the end of May, 2006. Overall it was a great experience. My team and I filled our days with working with local churches, helping them with construction and other projects.If you're thinking…Read More


St. Benedict's Orphange

Written by kmallya on 18 Oct, 2005

St. Benedict's is the only orphanage on the islands of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. It was started in the 1960's by a priest who saw a need for better care of malnourished and mistreated children in the community. Thus, the orphanage started out as…Read More


Getting to the Grenadines

Written by jilldg1 on 22 Jun, 2004

Getting to the Grenadines is no easy feat. After a slew of problems, I thought I’d take a moment to give you a few pointers: Most connections go to the Grenadines from Barbados, St. Lucia, and Puerto Rico. There are two main airlines serving…Read More


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