Adventure Guide to St Vincent, Grenada and the Grenadines

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Hunter Publishing, Inc, 2003 - Travel - 337 pages
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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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Contents

Introduction
1
St Vincent
17
The Grenadines
89
Grenada
201
Diving Emergencies
327
Index
329
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