The stunning volcanic island of Saint Vincent lies in the Caribbean Sea and is the largest island of the chain that is known commonly as Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Situated around 160 kilometers west of Barbados, the island is just 28 kilometers long and 17 kilometers wide and composed largely of submerged volcanic mountain ranges.


The main town on the island of Saint Vincent is Kingstown, which is home to a nice port and features a wide variety of excellent shopping and dining opportunities that allow visitors to peruse the local fare. Interestingly, Saint Vincent is one of the few places on earth that has mostly black sand beaches, and the island is covered in lush forests. The climate on the island is pleasantly lush and tropical, which is also home to La Soufriere, an impressive active volcano that has erupted as recently as 1979.

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