About St. Vincent and the Grenadines:
St. Vincent and the Grenadines is an island chain in the southern part of the Lesser Antilles island arc where the Caribbean sea meets the Atlantic ocean. It expanses 32 islands with St. Vincent as the Capital and the most populated. St Vincent is 11miles (18km) long, 6.8miles (11km) wide and 133 miles (344km2) in area. To the North of St Vincent is St. Lucia and to the east is Barbados.
The time zone is UTC (coordinated universal time) -4 hours and the currency used is eastern caribbean dollars (XCD) however most popular currencies are accepted (US dollars and Sterling pounds).
St. Vincent is well known for it's lush rainforests, waterfalls, it's majestic volcano La Soufrière with its mile wide crater, beautiful black sand beaches as well as its spectacular diving on walls, wrecks, reefs and caves... there is something for everyone in the family to enjoy. For more information about St. Vincent and the Grenadines visit Discover SVG.
How to get to St. Vincent:
St. Vincent is a bit off the beaten track but not to worry, getting here is as simple as 1, 2, 3. Liat Airlines offers daily flights from Barbados, St. Lucia, Antigua, Puerto Rico, Grenada and Trinidad and Tobago. Smaller airlines such as SVG Air flies from Barbados regularly.
Those who are in the Grenadines have a variety of options to choose from to come visit us to do some spectacular scuba diving around St. Vincent.
Those who are staying in Bequia can either hop on the Jaden sun fast ferry, Bequia express ferry, Admiral ferry (click here for the ferry schedule) or catch a flight with SVG Air.
Guests on Mustique can catch a flight up via SVG Air.
Visitors staying in Canouan and Union island have the option of using the Jaden Sun fast ferry or catching a flight with SVG Air.
Those in Mayreau can use the Jaden sun ferry or get a water taxi to Union island and fly with SVG Air to St. Vincent.
Lastly those in Petit St. Vincent will have to go by boat to Union island and then either fly via SVG Air or catch the Jaden sun ferry to St. Vincent.