The chain of 32 gorgeous Caribbean islands known as the Grenadines is home to the world’s great tropical waters, and white sand beaches, making it one of the top sailing destinations in the world. Divided between the large island nations of Saint Vincent and Grenade, the islands of the Grenadines north of the Martinique Channel belong to Saint Vincent and the islands to the south Grenada. From the lush tropical rainforests of St. Vincent to the beeches rich with coral reefs and turquoise lagoons, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a tropical paradise for yachting, scuba diving, and relaxing. This is lovely place and you can have a great time here with friends and family and then can give you very good things to see. This place is once in a life time see. Always make it a point that you visit this place with your family and friends and have a very good time.
The amazing magic of Caribbean islands,
Like many of the Caribbean islands, St. Vincent and the Grenadines has a tropical climate with the most humid and hottest months falling between June and September with temperatures an average high of 30°C (86°F), driest months between January and May, and the wettest month is July. Theoretically there is a risk of hurricanes between July and November, however they usually turn north and don’t reach the islands. If you visit at the right time then there will be fun. You can enjoy the pleasant climate here and have a really good time without any hindrances. Hence always make it a point to go in the right season and have a good time.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines’ population Details
St. Vincent and the Grenadines’ population is approximately 110,000. The ethnic heritage is primarily African, and the official dialect is English. While it may be a difficult at first, there are still some who also speak an English-based Vincentian dialect. The official currency is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar. People are good and friendly and you can have a good time with the locals here.
Not allowed for nudist adventurer
Unlike many of the islands which boast a place for the nudist adventurer, public nudity is illegal in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Swimsuits are not suitable attires for in town, public streets or places of business. So when you decide to make a run into town make sure you throw on a comfortable outfit before making the trip out. It is important that you know the rules well. Once you know that then you can go out.
Experience the secluded bays and lagoons when you sail into and drop anchor in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Take the moment to sail through the islands and find your own private hideaway from the world as you explore the beautiful sandy beaches. With easy winds for the sails, an island always in sight and the peaceful blue seas makes this collection of islands a paradise.