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Owia Salt Pond Tour

Owia Salt Pond Tour - St. Vincent, Caribbean

Duration: 7 hours
Location: St. Vincent, Caribbean

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$62.99

The Owia Salt Pond is a unique and beautiful ocean fed bathing pool, perched at the northern tip of the windward side of St Vincent. Volcanic rock formations surround the pool and reef fish and coral formations add colour and life to the pool ... More info ›

The Owia Salt Pond is a unique and beautiful ocean fed bathing pool, perched at the northern tip of the windward side of St Vincent. Volcanic rock formations surround the pool and reef fish and coral formations add colour and life to the pool. Above the pond is a peaceful garden, with gazebos, food and drink, and a children’s play area. The park is connected to the pool with approximately 217 steps. A littoral forest is a significant feature of the park and the forest serves to protect the steep slopes rising from the pond to the park. Owia village is home to some of the indigenous people of St. Vincent and the Grenadines – the Caribs.

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Stop At: Owia Salt Pond, St. Vincent

The Owia Salt Pond is a unique and beautiful ocean fed bathing pool, perched at the northern tip of the windward side of St Vincent. Volcanic rock formations surround the pool and reef fish and coral formations add colour and life to the pool. Above the pond is a peaceful garden, with gazebos, food and drink, and a children’s play area. The park is connected to the pool with approximately 217 steps. A littoral forest is a significant feature of the park and the forest serves to protect the steep slopes rising from the pond to the park. Owia village is home to some of the indigenous people of St. Vincent and the Grenadines – the Caribs.


Duration: 5 hours

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Market Tour

Market Tour - Kingstown, Caribbean

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Kingstown, Caribbean

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$42.95

The Kingstown market is a hallmark of St. Vincent's agriculture and general trade practices ... More info ›

The Kingstown market is a hallmark of St. Vincent's agriculture and general trade practices.

Not much has changed over the years in the way locals trade at the market and this allows travelers to experience a truly authentic Caribbean way of life for some minutes.

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Stop At: Kingstown Market, Bedford St. and Long Ln., Kingstown St. Vincent

We'll take a lovely walk through the country's main market, sampling fruits and local drunks.


Duration: 30 minutes

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Volcano Tour (La Soufriere)

Volcano Tour (La Soufriere) - St. Vincent, Caribbean

Duration: 6 hours
Location: St. Vincent, Caribbean

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$82.00

The La Soufriere trail is the literal apex of adventure within the borders of St. Vincent & the Grenadines ... More info ›

The La Soufriere trail is the literal apex of adventure within the borders of St. Vincent & the Grenadines. While on the top of this volcano, you would not only be on the highest point within the country (and possibly the Caribbean) but you'd also feel the thrill of the accomplishment of traversing a still active volcano

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Stop At: La Soufriere, St. Vincent

The La Soufriere trail is the literal apex of adventure within the borders of St. Vincent & the Grenadines. While on the top of this volcano, you would not only be on the highest point within the country (and possibly the Caribbean) but you'd also feel the thrill of the accomplishment of traversing a still active volcano


Duration: 4 hours

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Dark View Falls Tour

Dark View Falls Tour - St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Caribbean

Duration: 7 hours
Location: St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Caribbean

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$62.99

The major attraction here is its two waterfalls – a twin

fall experience is uncommon for one site. The geology

and hydrology giving existence to the falls and the

vegetation are also part of the site’s heritage ... More info ›

The major attraction here is its two waterfalls – a twin

fall experience is uncommon for one site. The geology

and hydrology giving existence to the falls and the

vegetation are also part of the site’s heritage. Lava and

pyroclastic flows produced the rock formation and sustain

the cascading water. A natural bamboo bridge spans the

tumbling river.

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Stop At: Dark View Falls, Richmond

The major attraction here is its two waterfalls – a twin

fall experience is uncommon for one site. The geology

and hydrology giving existence to the falls and the

vegetation are also part of the site’s heritage. Lava and

pyroclastic flows produced the rock formation and sustain

the cascading water. A natural bamboo bridge spans the

tumbling river.

Duration: 5 hours

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RUM & FUN Tour

RUM & FUN Tour - Kingstown, Caribbean

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Kingstown, Caribbean

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$64.95

This is a fun tour which entails sampling rum from local bars,

We would then proceed to the beach for 2 hours, head to Fort Charlotte, then back to ship/hotel

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Stop At: Indian Bay beach, Kingstown St. Vincent

Enjoy some time at the beach before heading off

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Fort Charlotte, Off Endinboro Road, Kingstown St ... More info ›

This is a fun tour which entails sampling rum from local bars,

We would then proceed to the beach for 2 hours, head to Fort Charlotte, then back to ship/hotel

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Stop At: Indian Bay beach, Kingstown St. Vincent

Enjoy some time at the beach before heading off

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Fort Charlotte, Off Endinboro Road, Kingstown St. Vincent

After enjoying the beach and rum, we'd then spend a few minutes at the famous Fort Charlotte before heading back

Duration: 1 hour

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Dark View Falls Tour and Beach with Topdawg Taxi and Tours

Dark View Falls Tour and Beach with Topdawg Taxi and Tours - Kingstown, Caribbean

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Kingstown, Caribbean

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$47.00

Experience a natural body massage from the breathtaking Dark View Falls. Dark View Falls is two spectacular waterfalls, one above the other flowing down high cliffs plunging into natural pool. The perfect place for sightseeing and picnics.

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Pass By: Topdawg Taxi and Tours, St ... More info ›

Experience a natural body massage from the breathtaking Dark View Falls. Dark View Falls is two spectacular waterfalls, one above the other flowing down high cliffs plunging into natural pool. The perfect place for sightseeing and picnics.

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Pass By: Topdawg Taxi and Tours, St. Vincent

Our tour starts at the Kingstown cruise ship terminal. We will take you through our capital city Kingstown. As we drive through you will be shown and given information about some of the most historical buildings such as The Central Police Station, The Financial Complex, The Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court and also our Cenotaph.

Pass By: Kingstown Market, Bedford St. and Long Ln., Kingstown St. Vincent

We will be driving through our bustling market square where a lot of vendors and farmers selling their local produces.

Pass By: Kingstown Methodist Church, Kingstown St. Vincent

As we continue on through our capital city Kingstown, we will be driving on the street of the church or "back street" as it is locally called. Here you will be shown and given a brief history about the Methodist church as well as the Anglican and the Roman Catholic church.

Stop At: Buccament Bay, Kingstown St. Vincent

We will then join the Leeward high, which has been renamed to the Nelson Mandela Highway. In passing you will get to see The Milton Cato Memorial Hospital, The Victoria Park - a small stadium which is also referred to as Carnival City during the Carnival season, The Botanical Gardens which is the oldest garden of it's kind in the western hemisphere, Our industrial area Campden park and then on to the picturesque Buccament Bay. We will be making a quick stop here for photos.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Layou Village, North of Buccament Bay St. Vincent

A short distance to the north of buccament bay is the settlement of Layou. Layou was one of the first areas of settlement by the French, who were the first Europeans to settle in St. Vincent and The Grenadines in the early part of the eighteenth century. Even before then the Caribs used it as one of their settlements, as it is evident from the petroglyphs which are found in the area.

We will be making a stop here in Layou for photos

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Barrouallie, Leeward Highway St. Vincent

Our next stop is the fishing village of Barrouallie. Barrouallie was established by French settlers in 1719, the first European colony on St. Vincent. It was once the capital of St.Vincent and the Grenadines. With the rest of the island, it passed back and forth between the French and the British, finally remaining in the hands of the latter.

Within Saint Patrick Parish, Barrouallie is both the largest city and the parish capital. The area is known for fishing and is famous for "Blackfish". Due to the surrounding mountains, the town is shaped into a hole that has over time has protected the town from volcanic eruptions.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Wallilabou, St. Vincent

Our Next stop will be the Wallilabou Bay where the opening scenes of the first movie of The Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of The Black Pearl were filmed. It is one of the most visited site for cruise ship passengers.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Cumberland Bay, St. Vincent

The Cumberland Power Development is the most recent addition to the St. Vincent hydraulic system. The development comprises a cascade of three generating stations which are served by a series of diversion weirs and pipelines.

Pass By: Troumaca Primary School, St Vincent and the Grenadines

A little distance after passing the Troumaca Primary School we will be making a photo stop. This gives you a chance to take photos The La Soufrière Volcano which is 4049ft above sea level. Also on a day with good visibility you will be able to see St. Lucia in a distance.

Pass By: Chateaubelair Police station, Leeward Hwy, Chateaubelair, St Vincent and the Grenadines

Chateaubelair is a large fishing village on the Leeward (west) coast of Saint Vincent, the main island of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. It is located just south of the volcano La Soufrière. Commonly referred to as just "Chateau", it is the focus and largest community in the North Leeward constituency of St. Vincent, and the fourth largest town in the country.

Local attractions include Trinity Falls, Darkview Falls, and rock carvings which are an archaeological find and are believed to have been left by Carib Indians. However, anyone looking to experience true Caribbean culture instead of a manufactured offering, should consider the natural environmental beauty and friendly, genuine people of Chateaubelair.

Stop At: Dark View Falls, Leeward Hwy, Chateaubelair, St Vincent and the Grenadines

Dark View Falls are two spectacular waterfalls, one above the other, cascading down high cliff faces and plunging into natural pools. There is a short and easy hike to the falls through rainforest and across the Richmond River via either a bamboo bridge or conventional bridge. You pass through a clearing in the middle of a pretty bamboo grove before reaching the first tall waterfall. Another short, but more difficult walk will take you up to the second waterfall, directly above the first. The waterfalls flow all year from a tributary of the Richmond River.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Buccament Bay, Kingstown St. Vincent

After a fun time at the Dark View Falls we will then make our journey back to Buccament Beach where you will have 1 hour to swim or snorkel.

Duration: 1 hour

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