St. Vincent and The Grenadines

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St. Vincent and The Grenadines

St. Vincent and the Grenadines are located in the Caribbean about 90 miles west of Barbados. The chief island of the chain, St. Vincent, is dominated by the volcano Mount Soufrière, which is itself a great attraction for adventurous visitors . . . along with its rugged mountainous terrain, lush forest and numerous uncluttered beaches. The Grenadines is a chain of nearly 600 islets, some 32 considered to be islands, stretching south from St. Vincent. Only 8 of the Grenadines are populated and 4 of them have small airports. The rest are bird sanctuaries and havens for snorklers, divers, sailing enthusiasts and hikers. All are volcanic in origin and feature amazing inlets with clear aquamarine waters and fine white sand beaches. A visit to these islands may at times seem like a step back into the past, which provides honeymooners with a true hideaway option as it’s not as commercial as most others, but still has plenty of tours and activities to add to your honeymoon experience.

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