From the earliest settlers to the present, St. Vincent and the Grenadines has bestowed upon its inhabitants and visitors an abundance of natural assets: lush mountains, volcanic-rich soil and an unspoiled beauty of brilliant flora and turquoise seas. The entire nation of St. Vincent and the Grenadines has always been an eco-tourist destination only nobody knew to call it that.

From the semi arid climate of the Tobago Cays to the rain forests of mainland St. Vincent and from the otherworldly undersea coral reefs to mist-shrouded peaks at 4,000 feet above sea level, the entire country is a playground for outdoor enthusiasts.

White and black sand beaches (the latter rumoured to have therapeutic benefits) and colourful reefs are plentiful throughout St. Vincent and the Grenadines and many tour operators can show you the best places including:

  • Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary
  • Botanical Gardens
  • Vermont Nature Trials
  • Trinity Falls
  • Falls of Baleine
  • La Soufiere
  • Owia Salt Pond
  • Fenton Mountain
  • Marriaqua Valley
  • Hell’s Gate
  • Montreal Gardens
  • Dark View Falls
  • Turtle Watching