The island is quite hilly, and covered by a vast rainforest, the outlines of the island are dotted with beautiful white sandy beaches. Clear blue sea is conducive to diving and let you discover all its wonders ...
The local currency is the Eastern Caribbean dollar. Most credit cards are accepted in restaurants and hotels, and you will find the offices of exchange almost everywhere. Credit cards Visa and Mastercard are accepted.
Some shops prefer cash or travelers checks. Banks are open.
For a stay of less than 1 month in St. Vincent and the Grenadine Islands, a visa is not required. A passport valid 6 months after the date of return is sufficient, with a return airline ticket. The French, who remain on the island less than 15 days can use a simple identity card for their stay. For a stay exceeding 30 days, please contact the Immigration Service at the following address:
Embassy of France in Saint Lucia
GPO PB 937
Phone : (758) 455 60 60
Fax : (758) 455 60 56
E-mail : email@example.com
No vaccinations are required for travel to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, however it is advisable to up date the vaccinations. Remember to take against mosquito lotions and protective clothes.
Public hospital in Kingstown:  (784) 456 Nov. 1985
Public Hospital in Georgetown:  (784) 458 62 25
Public hospital Troumaca:  (784) 458 22 28
Public hospital Bequita:  (784) 458 32 94
Medical Air Services International:  (784) 457 Nov. 2
At Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, the voltage is 220/240 volts AC, 50 Hz you need a converter to plug your electrical appliances.
The climate is tropical. The water temperature in the Caribbean and the Atlantic Ocean is about 26 ° C and peaks at 28 ° 29 ° in summer. The air temperature is 26 ° on average.La température de l'air est à 26 ° en moyenne.
Conditions for renting a boat
A boat license is required.
Sailboat and Catamaran available in Grenadines