In terms of budget, Saint Vincent and Grenadines is the second largest island state in the Caribbean after Grenada and the third largest in North America. It is located in a chain of exclusive islets that stretches from St. Vincent to the north to Grenada in the south, then to St Vincent, St Kitts and Nevis and St Lucia.
The territory consists of nine islands, including the islands of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and nine are inhabited. The territories consist of three islands in the Caribbean, the Tobago Cays, Grenada, Saint Kitts and Nevis and Saint Lucia. Of the nine, nine are inhabited and inhabited, the others are not, except in Tobaga and the CAYS. These include the island of St. Vincent, which is inhabited by the Grenadines, and a small number of islands on the west coast of the Cayman Islands.
The main island of the Grenadines is St. Vincent Island, a small island in the Caribbean with about 5,000 inhabitants, and hosts a number of tourist attractions, such as the St. Vincent Hop Festival. These include the Saint Vincent Hop Festival, Antigua and Barbados Hop Festival and Trinidad and Tobaga Arts and Culture Festival.
Note: Saint Vincent and Grenadines is located in the Caribbean, north of St. Vincent, south of Grenada, west of Antigua and Barbados, east of which lies Barbado. Saint Lucia is located in the north, Saint Vincent in the south and the part of the Grenades that belongs to Saint Vincent is a small island with about 5,000 inhabitants, of which about 1,500 live on the island itself. To the south lies Grenada, which is located near the west coast of Barbada and has a population of about 2,200 to 3,300 people. Note: St. Lucia, north of St. Vincent, Grenadines, is the same size as St. Vincent itself, but slightly smaller than Saint Vincent. Lucia; to our east lies Barbados and to your east lies Barbadas.
The islands of St Vincent and the Grenadines, with their variety of islands to choose from, are ideal for digital detoxification. On my recent visit, tourists had access to all 32 islands and Cays that include St Vincent-Grenadines. There are yachts sailing to and from the islands, for tourists staying on nearby islands, including Saint. Due to the lack of rivers and lakes, the island is usually bordered by a series of islets or cays, which form the Grenadines, which are smaller and less rugged than Saint Vincent.
The private islands of the Grenadines are Petit St. Vincent, which is 44 miles from St. Vincent and covers 115 hectares, and Saint Vincent Island, a private island with a population of about 2,000 people. Forty - one mile from Vincent is the small island of St. Lucia, with an average size of just over 1,500 hectares.
Bequia, seven square miles, is located nine miles from St. Vincent and is the largest island in the Grenadines. Saint Vincent is dominated by two private islands, Saint Joseph and Saint Lucia, each with a population of about 2,000. South of Bequia and Mustique is Saint Martin, a private island with an average size of just over 1,500 hectares. Its average altitude is 4049 feet and it is home to the second highest mountain in the world, Mount Saint John, at 3074 feet.
While most of the interior of Saint Vincent contains tropical rainforests, forests and forests account for 36 percent of the Grenadines, according to the United Nations.
The country's 389 km2 territory consists of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, a small island that stretches south from Saint Vincent Island to Grenada in the south. The main island of Saintincent has a population of about 2.5 million people, or about 1.2 percent of the total population. A 2012 census found that 91.1 per cent of the total population live on the main islands, with the rest on smaller islands such as St Vincent, St Kitts and Nevis and St Lucia. Saint Vince and Grenadines are located in a region of tropical rainforests and tropical forests with a high concentration of rainforest and forests to the north and south of each island.
Young Island can only be reached by small ferries, which run regularly between St. Vincent and Grenada, and small boats. Both islands have relatively small airports, with a total capacity of about 2,000 passengers per day, or about 1,500 people per hour, but they behave well enough to have an international airport and also offer access to a wide range of international destinations such as Saint Kitts and Nevis and St Lucia. A growing number of international airlines fly non-stop to and from Saint Vincent, with Argyle International Airport opening in 2017.
In the past, travellers have spent an average of 62 EC $per person per day on public transport to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. $463,171 was also spent on travel to and from Grenada, St Kitts and Nevis and St Lucia and St Lucia.