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PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN

Yo ho ho me hearties! Treasure chests, parrots, bottles of rum - not to mention those pieces of eight... Experience the big screen adventures of Captain Jack Sparrow and those other Pirates of The Caribbean on location in St. Vincent & the Grenadines.

Scenes from the blockbuster movies, Pirates of The Caribbean were filmed right here. Fans of the movie can retrace the steps of Captain Jack Sparrow at a number of interesting and beautiful locations.

Arch at Wallilabou Johnny Depp and Orlando BloomPetit Tabac, Tobago Cays

The opening scenes of the first movie, Curse of The Black Pearl, were filmed in Wallilabou Bay which is located a little to the north of Barrouallie on the leeward coast of St. Vincent. It is a picturesque anchorage for sailors and it's also the port where Captain Jack Sparrow infamously set foot on the jetty just as his small boat sank beneath the waves. The three pirates he sees hanging as he approaches land were hanging at the natural rock arch at the entrance to the bay. Thankfully they are no longer there!

On the windward coast of St. Vincent, Black Point was where the dead kraken was beached in the third movie, At World’s End. You may also remember a dead pirate floating in a pool. This was filmed just near the entrance of Black Point Tunnel.

Petit Tabac is one of the awe-inspiring Tobago Cays. It is located outside Horseshoe Reef and is a picture-perfect desert island with powder white sand, coconut palms and nothing more. It was here that Captain Jack Sparrow and Elizabeth Swann were marooned by Captain Barbossa in the first movie, Curse of The Black Pearl, and where Elizabeth set fire to Jack’s secret stash of rum to create a signal fire. We can’t imagine why anyone would ever want to leave this beautiful place!