What to do in St. Vincent
St. Vincent, the largest of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines island cluster in the Caribbean Sea, is the hub of travel throughout the lot—and its thoroughfare from resort-lined coast to the main island town of Kingstown features your average tourist hotspots of stacked hotel rooms and knick-knack stands. But to live like a real Vincy, you must take the road less traveled. Back in the lush jungle villages, you can find remnants of a routine left over from when the Carib Indians controlled the island. The 18-mile-long island’s most imposing feature is the 3,864-foot Soufrière volcano, which last erupted in 1979 and is still active today. The Falls of Baleine is a collection of gushing water spewing from an area accessible only by boat. And the Mesopotamia region features a landscape of boundless fields of bananas—the island’s biggest export.
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