Adventure Guide to St Vincent, Grenada and the Grenadines
Annotation These islands lie at the southern end of the Caribbean chain, the last stronghold of the fierce Carib Indians and the last to be settled by Europeans. As a result, they are just now being discovered by tourists and are totally unspoiled. St. Vincent, with the oldest botanical garden in the Americas, is dominated by a huge volcano, its peak usually hidden in clouds. The Grenadines include Bequia, Mustique, Mayreau and many other islands, each one a unique little gem. Here you will find the houses smothered in bougainvillea and shaded by almond trees. Grenada, with its pristine reefs and abundant natural beauty, is the source for a third of the world's nutmeg; the smell of spices is everywhere in the air. Book jacket.
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Adventure Guide Grenanda, St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Cindy Kilgore,Alan Moore
Limited preview - 2011
Admiralty Bay air-conditioned rooms airport Amex apartments Arawaks Barbados BEACH HOTEL Beach Resort Bequia boat boutique breakfast building Canouan Carenage Caribbean Caribs Carnival Carriacou ceiling fan charter Clifton Club coconut coral COTTAGES credit cards cruise dinner Dive Operators feet fish French Friendship Bay garden George’s Gouyave Grand Anse Grenada Grenadines GUEST HOUSE high season hike Hillsborough Indian Bay Internet jetty Kingstown Lagoon Lance Aux Epines land leeward coast Lower Bay lunch Mayreau menu miles Morne Rouge Mustique Mustique Airways night nutmeg Palm Island Petit St Petite Martinique Point Salines Port Elizabeth reefs RESTAURANT & BAR restaurant and bar road sailing Scuba Diving ship shops snorkeling Spice stay Street sugar Sunday SVG Air taxi there’s Tobago Cays tour trail trees True Blue Bay turtles Tyrrel Bay Union Island Villa Beach Vincent Visa Visa Daily water-taxi whale Yacht