Welcome to St Vincent & the Grenadines


While it may sound like a playground for the rich and famous, you don't need your own yacht to enjoy SVG. In fact cheap ferries make exploring this archipelago nation independently a breeze and with so many islands to choose from, there's sure to be one that perfectly meets your needs.

And while it's famed for its islands and beaches, the country offers more than just a relax in a hammock. There are volcanoes to climb, refreshing waterfalls to explore and great hiking throughout.


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$80 Outdoor Activities

La Soufriere Volcano Hike

Your trip is certainly a journey unlike any other, and you will find yourself surrounded by breathtaking views even before you are halfway up the mountain. The hike itself can be a bit strenuous, but the incredible views and the beauty of the area are more than enough to motivate you to get to the top. There is truly nothing quite like hiking the La Soufriere Volcano, and the halfway point and rest stop will come before you even know it. Your hike is certainly an achievable feat, you will find that it is difficult enough to give you a real sense of accomplishment. You will find yourself climbing stairs made of Bamboo and trees, and there are areas where you will want to use your hands or a walking stick for extra support. With that said, however, your guide will ensure that you make it safely to the top.

$55.95 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Vincentian Cooking Lesson - Pelau

We will pick you up from where you're staying and take you to the restaurant from where you'd be learning. It's typically a 1hr ride from Calliaqua to Mt. Wynne (where the restaurant is located) You would get to personally meet the manager of the establishment and the opportunity to ask any questions you please before and after you've prepared your dish. You would learn how to make pealou (browned rice, peas and chicken) the way most locals do. Pealou is a very common dish within St. Vincent & the Grenadines and can be considered the hallmark of Vincentian cooking.

$59.95 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Vincentian Cooking Lesson - Callaloo

We will pick you up from where you're staying and take you to the restaurant from where you'd be learning. It's typically a 1hr ride from Calliaqua to Mt. Wynne (where the restaurant is located) You would get to personally meet the manager of the establishment and the opportunity to ask any questions you please before and after you've prepared your dish. You would learn how to make callaloo (along with any addition/side dish chosen for the day) the way most locals do. Callaloo is a very common dish within St. Vincent & the Grenadines. Usually this meat is served with breadfruit or ground provision. Details would be communicated to you on booking.

$48.75 Outdoor Activities

Bambareaux Beach Trip

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Layou Village, St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the GrenadinesGet picked up from wherever you're staying and the journey will begin to this beach.This beach is completely off of the main road - but it's still accessible by vehicle. However! It's a an amazing 10 minute walk from the main access road to this beach, and we highly recommend taking the walk. The choice would ultimately be yours however.You would enjoy amazing views on the path to this hidden gem. The way there is green filled (according to the time of the year) with only a few houses and buildings. The beach is lined with coconut and mango trees.Please note that this is a beautiful black sand beach.Duration: 5 hoursStop At: Layou Village, St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the GrenadinesIf you want to see more experiences offered by us, visit Duration: 5 hours

$45.49 Day Trips & Excursions

The Pirates Package Tour and Beach

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Kingstown Ferry TerminalOur tour starts at the Kingstown cruise ship terminal. We will take you through our capital city Kingstown. As we drive through you will be shown and given information about some of the most historical buildings such as The Central Police Station, The Financial Complex, The Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court and also our Cenotaph.Pass By: Kingstown Market, Kingstown, St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the GrenadinesWe will be driving through our bustling market square where a lot of vendors and farmers selling their local produces.Pass By: Kingstown Methodist Church, Kingstown, St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the GrenadinesAs we continue on through our capital city Kingstown, we will be driving on the street of the church or "back street" as it is locally called. Here you will be shown and given a brief history about the Methodist church as well as the Anglican and the Roman Catholic church. Stop At: Fort Charlotte, Kingstown, St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the GrenadinesThen we will journey on to Fort Charlotte. Fort Charlotte is a British-colonial era fort, built on a hill over-looking the harbour and enjoys a panoramic view of the Leeward side of the island, including Kingstown, Young Island, Bequia and also the famous island Mustique.Duration: 15 minutesStop At: Buccament Bay, Kingstown, St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the GrenadinesAfter our stop at Fort Charlotte, we will then join the Leeward high, which has been renamed to the Nelson Mandela Highway. In passing you will get to see The Milton Cato Memorial Hospital, The Victoria Park - a small stadium which is also referred to as Carnival City during the Carnival season, The Botanical Gardens which is the oldest garden of it's kind in the western hemisphere, Our industrial area Campden park and then on to the picturesque Buccament Bay. We will be making a quick stop here for photos.Duration: 5 minutesStop At: Layou Village, St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the GrenadinesA short distance to the north of buccament bay is the settlement of Layou. Layou was one of the first areas of settlement by the French, who were the first Europeans to settle in St. Vincent and The Grenadines in the early part of the eighteenth century. Even before then the Caribs used it as one of their settlements, as it is evident from the petroglyphs which are found in the area.We will be making a stop here in Layou for photosDuration: 5 minutesStop At: Barrouallie, St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the GrenadinesOur next stop is the fishing village of Barrouallie. Barrouallie was established by French settlers in 1719, the first European colony on St. Vincent. It was once the capital of St.Vincent and the Grenadines. With the rest of the island, it passed back and forth between the French and the British, finally remaining in the hands of the latter.Within Saint Patrick Parish, Barrouallie is both the largest city and the parish capital. The area is known for fishing and is famous for "Blackfish". Due to the surrounding mountains, the town is shaped into a hole that has over time has protected the town from volcanic eruptions.Duration: 10 minutesStop At: Wallilabou, St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the GrenadinesOur Next stop will be the Wallilabou Bay where the opening scenes of the first movie of The Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of The Black Pearl were filmed. It is one of the most visited site for cruise ship passengers.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Wallilabou Heritage Park, St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the GrenadinesJust a stone throw away is Wallilabou Heritage Park which will be our next stop. It is a small waterfall. Large Samaan trees cover the pool and its adjacent areas, creating a relatively cool micro-climate for the core area of the park. These and other plants create a habitat for several species of birds.Duration: 10 minutesStop At: Indian Bay beach, Kingstown, St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the GrenadinesThen on to our Final site is on the windward side of St. Vincent and will be the beautiful picturesque Villa beach.It also has an amazing view of the Young Island Resort where Johnny Depp and some of his crew members stayed while they were filming The Pirates of the Caribbean. Villa beach also has nice bars and restaurants and good toilet facilities. Here you can swim/snorkel so please walk with your swimming gears. (optional)Duration: 1 hour

$64.76 Shore Excursions

Dark View Falls Tour

We will take you through our capital city Kingstown. As we drive through you will be shown and given information about some of the most historical buildings as well as our Cenotaph.Then we will journey on through two fishing villages, Layou and Barrouallie. Here we will be making quick stops for photos.Our Next stop will be the Wallilabou Bay where the opening scenes of the first movie of The Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of The Black Pearl were filmed. It is one of the most visited site for cruise ship passengers.Our next and final stop is Dark View Falls. Dark View Falls are two spectacular waterfalls, one above the other, cascading down high cliff faces and plunging into natural pools. The waterfalls flow all year from a tributary of the Richmond River on the Leeward section of the island, with an elevation of 110 feet and 229 feet above sea level respectively. There is a short and easy hike from the parking area to the falls through rain forest. You will across the Richmond River via either a bamboo bridge or conventional bridge.After crossing the river you will be passing through a clearing in the middle of a pretty bamboo grove before reaching the first tall waterfall. At the falls there are gazebos, a change room, picnic area and a viewing platform, as well as the bathing pools.Another short, but more difficult walk will take you up to the second waterfall, directly above the first.