St. Vincent Grenadines Attractions and Activities
La Soufriere is a volcano extending more than 4,000 feet from sea level located in northern St. Vincent. It has been dormant since 1979. Tourists are permitted to hike the peak. However, since it is a difficult hike to the summit, hikers are encouraged to take a tour guide with them. During the hike, excellent views of the windward side of the coast are available. It usually takes an entire day to complete the hike.
The Montreal Gardens are situated in the mountain range near the Mesopotamia Valley. Exotic plants thrive in this region because of the large quantities of rainfall and volcanic soil that covers the region. Growing within the gardens are tropical flowers, spices, and lush green vegetation. Montreal Gardens is open to be toured December through August.
Owia Salt Pond
Owia Salt Pond is located by St. Vincentís Carib village. This pond is located within the large rocks and rocky ridges along the shore. It is filled from splashing waves from the nearby Atlantic Ocean. Many people visit the Owia Salt Pond to swim and snorkel.
Trinity Falls is located on St. Vincentís northwestern coast near Richmond. The falls are accessible after a hike taking just under an hour through a beautiful rainforest. There are two falls: one dropping water from about 40 feet and another dropping water from 10 feet. The water from the 10 foot fall forms a popular pool for swimming.