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Top St Vincent and the Grenadines Day Trips & Excursions
Get a highlights tour of St. Vincent including some filming locations from the hit films “The Pirates of the Caribbean” in Walilabou Bay. This family-friendly tour lets you play pirate for a day, as well as learn about the history and culture of St. Vincent. Stops include Fort Charlotte, Kingstown, and the villages of Layou and Barrouallie. The day’s last stop is Villa Beach, where you can relax and explore before heading back to the port.
This tour starts with a 15 minutes tour of the Botanical Gardens, then we'll drive along the Leeward side of the Island to the beautiful Dark View Falls, where you will be able to hike the short trail and bath under the falls. Finally relax and enjoy a soak at the Buccament Bay.
The La Soufriere Volcano is the highest mountain peak in St.vincent standing at 4,048ft. This is still an active volcano which last erupted in the year 1979. The total trail is approximately 9miles (15km) long through a rain forest which greets you with panoramic views of the windward and the leeward landscape of svg at the top.
The fascinating Dark View Falls tour runs along the West coast of St. Vincent and the Grenadines to the foothills of La Soufriere Volcano. Scenic photo stops along the way will show you our rugged, natural terrain. Passing black sand beaches along the way. A short walk through a bamboo grove, which includes the option of traversing a traditional bamboo pedestrian bridge, will bring you to the impressive falls, which has a pool for bathing and spectacular views. The waterfall cascades about 100 feet. The source of the falls is the Richmond River, which begins in the foothills of the volcano.
Explore Dark View Falls on this half-day tour from Kingstown. You’ll learn all about the local flora and fauna around the falls through guided commentary, and traveling with a guide ensures you don’t have to worry about transportation or navigation. Wade into the natural pools to cool off and dunk under the falls for a refreshing shower.
This is the ideal tour for Pirates of the Caribbean fans, beachgoers and persons with a keen interest in History. On this tour you can expect to visit 3 different sites showcasing various aspects of the natural landscape, history, & sublime beauty of our enchanting Island, St.Vincent & the Grenadines.
This tour starts with a 15 minutes tour of the Fort Charlotte, then we'll drive along the Leeward side of the Island to the beautiful Dark View Falls, where you will be able to hike the short trail and bath under the falls. Finally relax and enjoy a soak at the Buccament Bay.
This Tour is unique because visitors can travel throughout our island to different sites, waterfalls, Black and White sand beaches, and our volcano La Soufriere. With my knowledge,experience and dedication as a tour Operator I know of all the best attractions, cultural places as well as those that is hidden within our island. Visiting the small Caribbean Island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines for the first time can be daunting. Your safety and your comfort is my number one priority while ensuring your holiday experience is safe, fun and stress free. knowing you will be seeing the same person throughout your tours will make you feel at ease and as you build a relationship with your tour operator, it will only make your holiday feel even more special with even more memories to take home with you.
Become a pirate for the day! We will be making our way to Wallilabou Bay - the film set of the movie, The Pirates of the Caribbean. Wallilabou bay was called Port Royal in the Movie. This tour also gives you a chance to visit some of the most popular and picturesque sights in St. Vincent.
The Owia Salt Pond is a unique and beautiful ocean fed bathing pool, perched at the northern tip of the windward side of St Vincent. Volcanic rock formations surround the pool and reef fish and coral formations add colour and life to the pool.
Experience a natural body massage from the breathtaking Dark View Falls. Dark View Falls is two spectacular waterfalls, one above the other flowing down high cliffs plunging into natural pool. The perfect place for sightseeing and picnics.
Hike the La Soufriere Volcano and enjoy the a breathtaking, panoramic Birdseye view of the Leeward coast of St. Vincent. With an elevation of 4049ft above sea level it is the highest peek on the island. Also you will get the chance to see our neighboring island St. Lucia on a day with good visibility.
A guided tour of the beautiful Montreal Gardens, with the added bonus of seeing the Belmont Lookout panoramic viewpoint. Plus, see a black sand beach along Brighton Salt Pond.
See the largest interior settlement on the island called Mesopotamia Valley, where you will see farmers and local residents engaging in the Caribbean country lifestyle. There is a great diversity of agriculture in the area.
The Montreal Gardens are lush botanical gardens with a very diverse array of plant life. See some of the most beautiful plants and colorful flowers on the island. You will also see the river runs through the gardens.
The Brighton Salt Pond offers the unique opportunity to see a black sand beach along the southeastern coast, with a nice area for swimming.
The set of the Pirates of the Caribbean (Walliabou)- This site is the actual set for Port Royal of the infamous movie, “Pirates of the Caribbean”. Watching or hearing about the movie is one thing, experiencing it is another! There is an abundance of props and costumes remaining onsite so one can dress up and look like a real life pirate. There are lots of photos and shooting schedule from the movie that was done in 2002 (part#1) and 2005 (part #2 & #3). If you haven’t already seen the movie, that is definitely going to change after this visit. The other stops on this tour are as follows: Fort Charlotte, Fishing Village of Layou and Barrouallie, Walliabou Recreational Park and Buccama Beach.
Going to Bequia, when landed on St. Vincent from a cruise ship, is usually difficult. We offer a full experience and make it as easy, convenient and stress-free as possible to visit the island while offering the most hospitable experience possible!
The Owia Salt Pond is a unique and beautiful ocean fed bathing pool, perched at the
northern tip of the windward side of St Vincent. Volcanic rock formations surround the
pool and reef fish and coral formations add colour and life to the pool.
This tour is a challenging hike to the 4,000-foot summit of La Soufriere Volcano. A tour for the adventurous, it is one of the ultimate highlights of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
This tour includes transportation from your accommodations to the trailhead, a guided hike to the summit and back to the trailhead, and transportation back to your accommodations. The hike takes approximately 4 to 6 hours roundtrip.
Going to Baliceaux, when landed on St. Vincent from a cruise ship, is usually difficult. We offer a full experience and make it as easy, convenient and stress-free as possible to visit the island while offering the most hospitable experience possible!
Discovered by Spanish sailors during the 15th Century, this sprawling, 320 acre private island has enjoyed a long and interesting history. During the Carib Wars of 1769 – 1795, Gun Hill – at almost 3,901 ft. above sea level the island’s highest point - served as a lookout for soldiers during the Carib Wars of 1772-1797. These days, however, the hill serves as the perfect vantage point for watching the sun set over the glittering waters of the Caribbean Sea.
Guests will set sail to the island of Mustique for a private island getaway with refreshments and rum punch included included.
Mustique, known for it’s blindingly blue shorelines and celebrity connections, is a secluded island bursting with adventure.
Guests will kick start their adventure onboard a yacht/catamaran bound for the powdery, white shores of Mustique. Whether guests want to spend the day exploring local hotspots, cooling off in the sea or sipping a cocktail at a local bar, Mustique is the perfect place to relax and unwind with all the jazz, style and pizzazz of a private island setting.
Spend the day as you wish relaxing on the powdery white sands of Britannia Bay or sipping a cocktail at Basil's Bar before returning back to Bequia in style in the late afternoon.
This is a coastal cruise from the Villa Beach from which you'd be able to see the coast of the country and the beaches of Clare Valley, Petit Byahaut (Pirates of the Caribbean Set Location), Buccament Bay, Layou, Bambareaux, and Waliabou (Pirates of the Caribbean Set Location)
Going to the Cays, when landed on St. Vincent from a cruise ship, is usually difficult. We offer a full experience and make it as easy, convenient and stress-free as possible to visit the island while offering the most hospitable experience possible!
The Tobago Cays are an archipelago located in the Southern Grenadines of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines comprising five small islands and extensive coral reefs. The cays - Petit Rameau, Petit Bateau, Baradal, Petit Tabac and Jamesby - are all uninhabited and are a popular tourism destination.