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St. Vincent & The Grenadines Travel Guide

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Imagine it: Thatched-roof cottages rise over turquoise waters; the sweet scent of tropical flowers and rum punch fills the air; bronzed sun-worshippers sprawl along isolated white-sands, hemmed by shimmering waves, coral reefs, and sleek yachts. The only thing luring you away from your beach towel is the intriguing network of secluded islands floating in the distance. Welcome to St. Vincent & The Grenadines. continue»

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When to Visit St. Vincent & The Grenadines

The best time to visit St. Vincent & The Grenadines is from May to June and in November. During these shoulder months, hotels drop their rates to attract travelers. The peak season—December through April—lures the most European visitors with its warm Caribbean temperatures. Crowds thin out between July and October when hurricane season threatens the archipelago. But keep in mind the islands' average highs hover around 85 degrees throughout the year.

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Getting Around St. Vincent & The Grenadines

The best way to get around St. Vincent & The Grenadines is by taxi. Taxis are plentiful on St. Vincent and the bigger islands, and fares are reasonable for short trips. Taking a cab is probably the easiest way to get to your hotel from St. Vincent's ET Joshua Airport (SVD), located a few miles southeast of Kingstown. Renting your own set of wheels on St. Vincent, Bequia, and Mustique is also an option, but it's not recommended as roads can be somewhat tough to navigate. Buses are another popular means of getting around St. Vincent, Bequia, and Union Island; however, they tend to be overcrowded and cramped. To get to The Grenadines, head to St. Vincent's central harbor in Kingston, where numerous ferry companies shuttle passengers between St. Vincent and the islands daily.

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