Trip to St Vincent
The island of Saint Vincent is the main island of the island of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The island is located in the Caribbean Sea between Saint Lucia and the Grenadines archipelago. The island of Saint-Vincent is also part of the Lesser Antilles chain. The island is made up mainly of well-forested mountains, the highest point of which is the Soufrière Volcano, which last erupted in 1979. The island is located 43 km from Saint Lucia and has an area of 344 km2. For the climate, it is tropical and humid.
Before its colonization, the island was populated by Arawaks and Kalinagos. It was in 1627 that the British came to claim the land. But the French were the first colonizers of the island just before 1700. Colonization was strongly opposed by the native Indians. The history of the island is also marked by natural disasters such as the eruption of the voice of the soufrière, which in 1902 killed nearly 2,000 people.
Tourist attractions of the island
With its climate and temperature ideal for relaxation, the island of Saint-Vincent has attractive tourist sites that are conducive to comfort and discovery.
The volcanic mountains are the identity of the island of Saint-Vincent with very high peaks that give a wonderful view. It rains regularly on the island providing, therefore, a temperature and a suitable climate for the appearance of many fruits and vegetables. The mountain of the Soufrière volcano is a suitable place for a hike with a floral wonder.
Being the capital of the island of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Kingstown is a port worth visiting. The town is located in the south-east of the island of Saint-Vincent and is distinguished by its many arches. If you need a good Caribbean atmosphere, go visit the city of Kingstown.