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St. Vincent Grenadines

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines are a collection of islands situated in the Lesser Antilles chain, where the Caribbean and Atlantic meet. These islands, 32 in total, are made up of a central island, St Vincent, and a collection of smaller islands. These islands form a single nation.

More than 100,000 people live on St Vincent and the Grenadines. The islands are also a member of the Commonwealth of Nations.

These islands offer all the alluring features of a Caribbean destination without the excesses of development. Visitors will find world class beaches, uninhabited islands to explore, glass clear water, and historic colonial cities.

Visitors to the Grenadines can enjoy the simple pleasures of the islands, from the tropical forests to the secluded beaches, or there are accommodations for people seeking world class luxury. For example, on Mustique, tourists can rent a Hampton style mansion for an entire week, but it will be very expensive.

St Vincent and the Grenadines are a sailing enthusiastís paradise. For those without their own sailboats, boats are available to be chartered. The constant blowing of the trade winds will allow sailors to explore the beauty of the Grenadines.

 

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