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Top 10 most famous places to visit in St Vincent and the Grenadines

This is a volcanic archipelago and it is most of the dark shades, in which small plain areas compensate the luxury of the island. Nature itself, like the locals, is full of dark beauty. The isles were discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1498. In 1763, they were colonized by the British. The local population was then deported to the Honduran bay. Conquerors on the island of Saint Vincent began to grow sugar cane. Their plantations were taken care of by black people, brought from Africa. Subsequently, Portuguese and workers from East India came here.

The main means of communication between islands are ferries. The most beautiful island of Granada – Mustique is private. Here, most Hollywood stars come to pamper themselves with the blue ocean and the hot Caribbean sun. There is a luxurious villa of the Queen of England.

St. Vincent should be visited because of its special Caribean nature. The island is not much affected by the luster of civilization and is not too luxurious to satisfy the tastes of tourists. Instead of luxurious hotels, tourists see banana and coconut plantations. And there you will not see modern skyscrapers in the city.


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