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The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) are a great Caribbean destination that’s not too touristy, or too expensive.

Made up of 32 islands and cays, only nine of them inhabited, there’s some beautiful private resorts and snorkeling spots.

Show off your travels here in a great Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Instagram photo. These are the best places on the islands…

1. Owia Salt Pond

The Owia Salt Pond is a unique and beautiful ocean bathing pool, perched at the northern tip of St Vincent.

There’s small cliffs to jump off into this tropical crystal pool.  Just a two hour drive from Kingstown, it’s a great day trip.


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2. Happy Island

The coolest beach bar you’ll ever have a drink at, Happy Island is a rum bar on a man-made island in Clifton Harbour. Literally just a bar in the middle of the water, you pull up on your boat and chill.

Call ahead to see if local owner Janti has any lobster he can throw on the barbecue when you arrive.


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3. Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary

Animal lovers will be thrilled to visit this turtle sanctuary that hatches turtle eggs and rears them in pools before releasing back into the wild.

Learn all about the hawksbill turtle and take a selfie for your Saint Vincent and Grenadines Instagram.


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4. Tobago Cays

We love these five uninhabited cays, heavenly lagoons full of green turtles, coral reefs, colourful fishes and crystal clear water. They’re known as the “Jewel in the Crown” of the Southern Grenadines.

Explore the marine park by yacht or water taxi and keep an eye out for sea turtles.


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5. Palm Island

Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea and only accessible by boat, this tiny island is an exclusive resort. You won’t find clearer waters anywhere else in the Caribbean.

Palm Island resort is absolutely dreamy – splash out on a private villa with infinity pool.


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6. La Soufrière Volcano

Soufriere is a picturesque volcano of the island of St. Vincent. If you’re looking for an adventure to do on the islands, this is it.

You can even climb down into the crater with the help of a rope and walk around the active lava dome.


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7. Kingstown

The capital city of St. Vincent and the Grendadines, Kingstown is a vibrant colonial place. Stop by the local fish market, rum shops and colonial stone buildings while you stroll the cobblestone streets.

There’s also some truly beautiful Georgian-style churches.


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Big 7 Travel Team