10 Fun Facts About Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
An archipelago of over 32 stunning islands and cays that make up St Vincent & The Grenadines, with 9 Of these being inhabited.
There is an active volcano on St Vincent which last erupted in 1979.
The total land area of St Vincent and the Grenadines is 150 square miles (389 square kilometers)
Home to the oldest botanical gardens in the Western Hemisphere which were formed in 1765
The capital of St Vincent & The Grenadines is Kingstown which is often referred to as “The City of Arches” due to there being 400 arches in the capital.
The national bird the Amazona Guildingii is endemic to the Antilles region. It is commonly called the Saint Vincentian Parrot.
Fried Jackfish and Roasted Breadfruit is the National Dish of the country, both are equally delicious.
Over 225 species of fish are said to live in the waters of Saint Vincent.
St Vincent & The Grenadines boast gold, black and white sandy beaches.
Parts of Pirates of the Caribbean I, II and III were all filmed here.