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One day in St. Vincent

I did a tour to the east coast, because I wanted to see the Owia Salt Ponds. The ponds are beautiful, however the rest of the tour…
I didn’t take any souvenirs, there are lots of pens, magnets and so on with Grenada on them, but I didn’t see anything typical to take with me.
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Colonarie Beach

I’m not sure that is the right name, but it is a black beach near Colonarie, so you will be able to find it.
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Black Point Tunnel

I personally found it a disappointment a smelly tunnel with an access to the sea, which was difficult to reach because of some rocks. Historically it might be interesting, but it wasn’t mine.
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Black Point Beach is next to the Tunnel and very beautiful.
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Sandy Beach

A beach near Sandy Bay, I'm a bit uncertain about the name as well.
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Owia Salt Pond

It is very beautiful - the rocks form a bathing pool. You need some water shoes though, otherwise it might be too slippery (flip flops) or too many sharp edges (barefoot)
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View of Kingstown

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Other sights:

Falls of Baleine only accessable by boat
Dark View Falls are two waterfalls. The first fall can be reached in a short easy walk, the second is also short, but a bit more difficult.
Trinity Falls are accessable by an easy 45 Minutes walk
Wallilabou park with the main attraction Wallilabou Falls
Tobago Cays a paradise for divers
Soufriere Volcano is one of the most active volcano of the Caribbean.
Montreal Estate Gardens has some nice views of the surrounding mountains.

Posted by Steffi Kay 13:19 Archived in St Vincent/The Grenadines

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