St. Vincent and the Grenadines are a southern Caribbean country, including a large island. Kingston is the capital in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines (the country) consists of approximately 32 islands and hundreds of small islands, all of which extend south (approximately 78 miles) to the Grenada country. The island of St. Vincent (created from a volcano) has mountainous terrain, hilly mountains, dense forests and few properties. The island is north of St. Vincent and is the highest mountain in the country. Soufriere at 1234 m. The Grenadines include large islands such as Bequia, Baliso, Canouan, Mayreau, Mustique, Isle D'Quatre, Petit Saint Vincent and Union Island as well as more than 600 rocky islands in the lowlands and surrounded by coral reefs. On Saint Vincent (the island), small rivers empty the slope.
On the political map, you can see the main roads, cities, capitals, borders and neighboring countries.
This country with several Caribbean islands offers a combination of eco-adventure in the tropical rainforest, diving, classic Caribbean white sand beaches, luxury accommodation and yacht or sailing adventures. In the south of the Grenadines, the Tobago Reef comprises five uninhabited islands that have become the main feature of the Tobago Reef Marine Park. The beach is protected by coral reefs and offers calm and clear water for swimming and snorkeling.