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.