Leeward Highway attractions

Waterfall in Leeward Highway

Dark View Falls

Set among striking mountains covered with lush foliage, this double waterfall is the most beautiful on the island that you don't need a boat to get to. The turnoff is almost at the northern end of the Leeward Hwy, b…
Waterfall in Wallilabou Bay & Falls

Wallilabou Falls

An inviting waterfall that splits into two streams over three large boulders before filling a large swimming hole surrounded by trees and birdlife. Downstream, the river passes beneath a colonial-era dam that has be…
Archaeological Site in Leeward Highway

Layou Petroglyph Park

Around half a mile off the main road, this lovely park is centered around a large rock perched on the side of a rushing stream that was carved by St Vincent's original indigenous inhabitants. The petroglyph itself, …
Beach in Leeward Highway

Cumberland Bay

A lovely secluded bay framed by jungle-covered bluffs, Cumberland is a popular anchorage for more adventurous yachties. It's also a fine place for a swim. There's a distinctly local bar-restaurant overlooking the bl…
Beach in Leeward Highway

Richmond Beach

At the northern end of the Leeward Hwy lies remote Richmond Beach, empty except for teams of local workers collecting rocks for construction projects. With its coarse black sands it won't fulfill your Caribbean fant…