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10 Things to do in St Vincent

Deck Life Jenny's Place
1. Jump right in
Grab a Snorkel and drop into the water at the bottom of the garden. Or take some bread and feed the tropical fish
Hike Soufriere Volcano, St Vincent
2. Take it to the top
Climb the volcano. Take a guided tour up Soufriere, see the newly created moonscape from the April 2021 eruptions
Darkview falls, St Vincent
3. Natural shower
Take a fresh water dip in one of the many waterfalls of St Vincent. Some are easy to visit and some you have to work for, look at our waterfall hikes
Kayaking Jennys Place
4. Explore the bay!
Kayak from the bottom of the garden to one of the gorgeous deserted beaches in the bay then a quick paddle round to Coconut Grove Beach Club for a well deserved cocktail/mocktail
Belmont Lookout
5. Walk the walk
There are local walks taking in old sugar mills and the 1000ft climb to the Belmont Lookout. Checkout the Vermont rainforest trail, Cumberland river trail, or take a serious hike to see the waterfalls and hotsprings. Visit Hiking St Vincent
Petroglyph St Vincent
6. Touch the past
Discover the Petroglyphs and Rock art of St Vincent. Visit Layou Petroglyph park or take the coordinates and find some yourself
St Vincent and the Grenadines
7. Go island hopping
Visit the next island. Take a ferry and enjoy a different vibe on a day trip to Bequia, or hop on a fast ferry to the Southern Grenadines
Paddle to the local beach bar - Jenny's Place
8. Arrive in style
Put some dollars in a plastic bag and paddle to the local sunset beach bar from the bottom of the garden
Fresh Lobster - Jennys place
9. From sea to plate
Take a 10 minute walk to the local fish market. Buy to cook at home or go next door to the Four Shells for local vibes and deliciously prepared fresh fish
Sunset STRONG rum - St Vincent
10. Lose your senses
Visit the JaMbar next door and try the local Sunset rum, if you dare. One of the strongest in the Caribbean at 169% proof. Don't plan to operate machinery afterwards!!
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