Should the need take you to explore the surrounding area or our island, we are only 10 minutes from the nearest beach, 8 minutes from yacht charters, scuba diving companies and 20 minutes to the Bequia Ferry. Let our friendly staff organize your tours, airport pickups and other accommodations.
St. Vincent Botanical Gardens
The St Vincent Botanical Gardens are the oldest in the Western Hemisphere and perhaps in the tropical world. The magnificent Botanic Gardens offers an attractive, alluring and peaceful retreat and is currently one of the most visited sites in St Vincent & the Grenadines. It is a venue for weddings, photographing, family celebrations, studying and other special events, hence fostering a sense of public ownership and increased appreciation of the Gardens’ historic and cultural significance.
The Nicholas Wildlife Aviary Complex located within the Gardens also plays vital conservation role as part of the captive breeding program to conserve the endangered. St Vincent Parrot, “Amazona guildingii”, the National Bird. These endemic parrots can be found in the wild and also in the aviary at the Botanical Gardens.
Owia Salt Pond
Owia Salt Pond, an unusal gift of nature, consists of a hugh bathing pool enclosed by lava peaks and ridges. The pounding waves of the Atlantic Ocean crash into this barrier and then gently cascade into the poul. Surrounded by mountains and the thundering surf, this area is an ideal stop for a picnic lunch, swimming and snorkelling.
The Falls of Baleine
The Falls of Baleine: One of St. Vincent's most popular northern attractions is virtually unapproachable by land. The Falls of Baleine can only be reached comfortably by boat, usually a day trip out of Kingstown with an organized tour company. Swimming in the hugh, rock-lined formed by the 60-foot falls is the thing dreams and photographers are made of for many visitors.
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