Our destination today was the Caribbean island of St. Vincent, a small island with just 117,000 inhabitants. The AIDA docked at the port terminal in the capital Kingstown at around 8am, having travelled about 84 nautical miles since our last stop at St George’s.» Read the full blog post
Travel Reports » Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
St. Vincent is an island in the Caribbean that belongs to the Lesser Antilles. Together with 32 other islands it forms the island state of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, in which about 110,000 inhabitants live. South of St. Vincent are the Grenadines, north is St. Lucia, south is Grenada and about 180 km east of Barbados. The largest city is the capital Kingstown. St. Vincent has a varied landscape to offer: a mountain range covered with jungle, the active volcano Soufrière (1,220 m), numerous streams and a pleasant climate.