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St Vincent

Blue Lagoon is a stylish spot, home to the Lagoon Hotel and Marina, and a good place from which to explore some of the sights of the island’s interior.  settle down with a cocktail or local beer at the Green Flash Bar while you watch the sun go down. St Vincent is a volcanic, rain-forested island with spectacular scenery.

Take a taxi to the Montreal Gardens and walk through pathways lined with fragrant tropical flowers or impress your friends with a vigorous four-hour hike up the 4000ft Soufriere volcano.  The spectacular 60ft Falls of Baleine are reached by boat and the opportunity to swim in the luxurious natural pool here should not be missed. Kingstown, the island’s bustling capital, is only a short distance away and well worth a visit for its 18th century architecture and a look at Fort Charlotte, built by the English in 1806 to protect against invasion by the French.

Kingstown’s Botanical Gardens are the oldest in the Western Hemisphere and home to an extraordinary collection of plants from all over the world. If that all sounds too energetic, you can choose instead to visit some of the island’s beautiful beaches, like Villa just along the coast from Blue Lagoon, and soak up the sunshine. Or take your dinghy across to the exclusive Young Island Resort and have a drink or a spot of lunch in its elegant surroundings. Be sure to visit Wallilabou Bay too, the location of The Pirates of the Caribbean films. 



  • Marina

Things to Do:

  • Falls of Baleine
  • Hike Soufriere Volcano


  • Hotel
  • Restaurant/Bar
  • Water