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Yacht charter in St. Vincent & The Grenadines

Best time
December - April
Airport
Argyle International Airport
Languages
English
Currency
Eastern Caribbean dollar
Water area
Caribbean Sea
Tips
Buccament Valley, Diving in Bequia
St. Vincent & The Grenadines Regions

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, island country lying within the Lesser Antilles, in the eastern Caribbean Sea. It consists of the island of Saint Vincent and the northern Grenadine Islands, which stretch southward toward Grenada. Coral reefs and fine beaches, the Grenadines serve as the focus of the country’s tourism sector. They are particularly favored by those interested in yachting and sports fishing and lend themselves to Caribbean tourism’s traditional emphasis on sun, sea, and sand.  Tropical, moderated by trade winds in June/July. The dry season is January to May, the rainy season May/June to September. There is significantly heavier rainfall in the mountainous interior. Tropical storms and hurricanes may occur June–November. Bequia is one of the islands that make up the nation of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and it is the second largest out of all the islands. This island covers 7 square miles and it is a popular destination for visitors who want to enjoy a tropical island paradise.

St. Vincent & Grenadines

Visitors will find plenty to see and do on St. Vincent, there are a number of exceptional diving spots to choose from. The sheer cliffs on the island continue under the sea, and there are plenty of tropical marine species for divers to enjoy. Black coral can be found in several spots as well. The Wall, New Guinea Reef, and Anchor Reef are some of the top diving spots on St. Vincent. Explore the magical beauty of the Tobago Cays, an archipelago of five uninhabited cays and reefs where you can spot turtles and colorful fish in waters with high visibility. Relax among palm-fringed, white sandy beaches or swim, snorkel or scuba in the marine park. The air is filled with the sounds of birds and wildlife, which reside in the protected parklands of the islands.

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