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Did You Know?

Thomas Huckerby, a British archaeological surveyor and missionary, first revealed the St Vincent petroglyphs to the outside world in his 1914 American Athroplogist article:
Petroglyphs of St Vincent, British West Indies. In that he said: “Throughout the West Indies archipelago, there is nothing of greater archaeological importance than the St Vincent petroglyphs.”
Where to see them: North of Kingstown, at Layou on the west coast you can see the massive Carib Rock, with a human face carving dating from A.D. 600 (though the locals say it looks as if someone painted it yesterday.)


St. Vincent & the GrenadinesSt. Vincent & the Grenadines is a nation of 32 islands located in the Lesser Antilles between St. Lucia (24 miles to the north) and Grenada (75 miles to the south).

The largest and northernmost island is St. Vincent (about 133 square miles) which has a forest-covered mountainous interior that is dominated by La Soufriere, a 4,000ft tall active volcano. On the south west coast is Kingstown, the nation’s capital.
The remaining Grenadines lie to the south of St. Vincent. The largest and most populated are Bequia, Mustique, Canouan and Union Island. Young Island is a small private island right off the coast of Kingstown, St. Vincent. Smaller inhabited islands include Mayreau, Palm Island and Petit St. Vincent. The Tobago Cays is a marine park located to the east of Mayreau and is a collection of five tiny islands, sheltered lagoons and coral reefs.

Area & Distance From St. Vincent

St Vincent 133 sq. miles
Bequia 7 sq. miles 9  miles away
Isle de Quatre 0.31 sq. miles 10 miles away
Mustique 2 sq. miles
17 miles away
Canouan 3.2 sq. miles 29 miles away
Mayreau 1 sq. mile 35 miles away
Union Island 
3 sq. miles 36 miles away
Palm Island 0.2 sq miles 41 miles away
Petit St. Vincent 0.2 sq miles 44 miles away


We enjoy a tropical climate with the hottest and most humid months between June and September when temperatures reach an average high of 30°C (86°F). The most popular months to visit are between December and May when the climate is more comfortable, though trade winds provide a welcome breeze all year round. The driest months are between January and May and the wettest month is July. There is a theoretical risk of hurricanes between July and November though they usually pass to the north of our islands.