St. Vincent Topside

St. Vincent is a beautiful, untouristed island to drive around, if you can handle the narrow, rough, mountainous roads. There are beautiful waterfalls, fishing villages, Indian petroglyphs, jungles, and quiet black sand beaches. The local people are quiet and friendly. The sheltered Caribbean shore is much calmer than the open Atlantic side. The northern end of the island is dominated by the volcano. No roads cross the island, and you cannot drive all the way around the northern end.

Western (Caribbean) shore:

village petroglyph village jungle coastline waterfall black sand beach village fishing village on beach suspension bridge Dark Falls child in fishing village site of "Pirates of the Caribbean"

Eastern (Atlantic) shore:

Atlantic beach Atlantic coast Atlantic coast

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Last modified 17 October 2014