St. George's Anglican Cathedral
St Vincent has its fair share of charming churches, many located right within Kingstown. Pass by the 200-year-old Cathedral Church of St George and gaze at its gorgeous stained glass windows. Then visit the Assumption Cathedral. Though the present building was completed in the 1930s, its architecture is an impressive combination of Moorish, Byzantine, Venetian, Romanesque and Flemish.
A view of the upper level of a waterfall on Mount Soufriere in Saint Vincent.
Hiking is one of the best things to do in St Vincent, since the island has an abundance of beautiful trails. One of the most famous hikes is the trail up Mount Soufrière – it’s a difficult climb, but offers stunning views. The Vermont Nature Trail is an easier option that winds through the rainforest within the St Vincent Parrot Reserve.
Overlooking Kingstown’s harbour is Fort Charlotte, a British-colonial era fort built in the 18th century. It offers beautiful views of Kingstown, Bequia, Young Island and the Grenadines. Make sure to visit the small museum located in the old barracks. It’s home to an exhibition that showcases the history of the Garifuna.
As on any Caribbean island, the star of St Vincent’s cuisine is freshly caught seafood. Savour dishes made with conch, whelk, lobster and jackfish, which is often fried and served with the island’s famous breadfruit. But one of the most popular local delicacies is callaloo soup, made with callaloo greens, beef, potatoes, coconut milk and herbs.
If you’re looking for authentic souvenirs to bring back from your adventure in St Vincent, head to Kingstown’s Market Square. Many of the stalls sell local produce, but you’ll also find vendors selling souvenirs, crafts, jewellery and more. Sometimes you can even catch live performers singing and dancing.
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