St. Vincent and the Grenadines’ (SVG) high caliber of natural surroundings, essentially untouched by development, gives visitors access to the kinds of experiences that are quickly disappearing throughout the world.
Hikers can trek to an active volcano, to secluded waterfalls for a quick dip or to private, pristine beaches hidden by lush foliage. Jeep safaris, bike trips and walking tours thrust explorers into parts of the islands that few people have ever laid eyes upon. And beaches, be they made of black or white sand, become natural experiences in their own right, with long deserted shorelines with palm trees to explore.
• Botanical Gardens in St. Vincent, the oldest in the Western Hemisphere
• La Soufriere, the volcano that formed St. Vincent today beckons hiking enthusiasts
• Dark View Falls allows visitors to watch the water flow from a stone swimming pool after crossing a bamboo bridge
• Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary, a nursery for endangered hawksbill turtles on Bequia
• Tobago Cays offer some of the best sailing, snorkeling and scuba diving in the world along with small sand beaches
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