St. Vincent & The Grenadines Online Travel Guide

The Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary
The Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary is making a big difference in the survival of these creatures. I have been in operation now for over twelve years and have already released 2000 three-year olds with my special mark.

Fort Charlotte
Fort Charlotte, named after the wife of England?s King George III, was built in 1806 to defend the island from attacks.

La Soufriere
The end of the highway at Richmond, hikers can climb the western trail to La Soufriere, the massive volcano that takes up the northern third of the island.

The Falls of Baleine
One of St. Vincent?s most popular northern attraction is virtually unapproachable by land. The Falls of Baleine can only be reached comfortably by boat, usually a day trip out of Kingstown with an organized tour company.

National Museum
Open on Wednesdays (9:45 am to 11:45 am) and on Saturdays (4:00 pm to 6:00 pm), the Museum features a number of pre-Columbian artefacts and large maps detailing the migrations of the island's earliest settlers.

Fort Duvernette
Alongside Young Island, this fort was built in 1800, 195 feet above the sea to defend the anchorage at Calliaqua Bay. Transportation to the fort can be arranged with the ferry at the dock on Villa Beach.

Kingstown Methodist Church
With shimmering colored glass in it's windows and an intricately detailed pipe organ in the balcony, the lighting gives a warm, welcoming feeling in this lovely Cathedral.

Montreal Gardens
Though they are not as well known as the Botanical Gardens in Kingstown, they hold no less of the exotic beauty found in various flowers, spices and plants.

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