St Vincent and its constellation of green islets, known as the St Vincent Grenadines, constitute one of the healthiest and most relaxing tourist spots in Caribbean. The people are friendly, the climate radiant, the scenery a delight. Originally claimed by the French, the islands were ceded to Britain in the 18th century. From St Vincent to petit St Vincent at the far end of the archipelago the islands apear as a collage of emerald hills and glistening beaches.
Climate: Sunny and warm, with an average temperature of 78 F. and rainy spells in the summer and fall. Though the dry or showerless period runs from December – April, St Vincent’s sun knows no seasons making the island a year-round resort. English spoken everywhere. St Vincent is an associated State of the British Commonwealth.