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Hoteles en Saint Vincent and Grenadines
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Firefly Hotel Mustique
Lovell Village
Buccament Bay Resort - All Inclusive
Firefly Plantation Hotel Bequia
Spring House Bequia
Port Elizabeth
Tamarind Beach Hotel & Yacht Club
The Palm Island Resort
Palm Island
Sugar Reef Bequia
Port Elizabeth
Blue Lagoon Hotel and Marina Ltd
Bequia Beachfront Villa Hotel
Rich View Hotel
Sunset Shores Beach Hotel
Fairview Guest House Hotel Guest houses Kingstown
Richmond Vale Nature and Hiking Center
Belmont Beach Apartments
Crystal Heights Guest House
Hotel Alexandrina
Kings Landing Hotel
The Old Fort, Historic Estate
Port Elizabeth
Devil's Nest
Sugarapple Inn
Sadewa Villa
Big Sands Bay Garden Apartment
Vonnies Beach Cottage
Friendship View Villa
Paradise Beach Hotel
Murray Heights Hotel

Aeropuertos cercanos a Saint Vincent and Grenadines a una distancia máxima de 250 Km del centro de Saint Vincent and Grenadines
SVD - E T Joshua Airport 8.30 Km del centro de Saint Vincent and Grenadines - Aeropuerto internacional
BQU - Bequia Airport 9.93 Km del centro de Saint Vincent and Grenadines - Aeropuerto internacional
CIW - Canouan Island Airport 43.52 Km del centro de Saint Vincent and Grenadines - Aeropuerto internacional
UNI - Union Island Airport 56.32 Km del centro de Saint Vincent and Grenadines - Aeropuerto internacional
CRU - Carriacou Island Airport 71.38 Km del centro de Saint Vincent and Grenadines - Aeropuerto internacional
UVF - Hewanorra Airport 79.81 Km del centro de Saint Vincent and Grenadines - Aeropuerto internacional
SLU - George Charles Airport 108.27 Km del centro de Saint Vincent and Grenadines - Aeropuerto internacional
GND - Point Saline International Airport 133.12 Km del centro de Saint Vincent and Grenadines - Aeropuerto internacional
FDF - Lamentin International Airport 171.02 Km del centro de Saint Vincent and Grenadines - Aeropuerto internacional

Información general sobre Saint Vincent and Grenadines
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an island country in the Lesser Antilles Island arc, in the southern portion of the Windward Islands, which lie at the southern end of the eastern border of the Caribbean Sea where the latter meets the Atlantic Ocean. The country is also known as St. Vincent.

Its 389 km2 (150 sq mi) territory consists of the main island of Saint Vincent and the northern two-thirds of the Grenadines, which are a chain of smaller islands stretching south from Saint Vincent Island to Grenada. The main island of Saint Vincent measures 18 km (11 mi) long, 11 km (6.8 mi) in width and 344 km2 (133 sq mi) in area. From the most northern to the most southern points, the Grenadine islands belonging to Saint Vincent span 60.4 km (37.5 mi) with a combined area of 45 km2 (17 sq mi). Most of the nation lies within the Hurricane Belt.

To the north of Saint Vincent lies Saint Lucia, to the east Barbados. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a densely populated country (over 300 inhabitants/km2) with approximately 120,000 inhabitants.

Its capital is Kingstown, also its main port. The country has a French and British colonial history and is now part of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States, CARICOM, the Commonwealth of Nations, the Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC).
Fuente: wikipedia
Ao entrar no país os visitantes deverão dispor de passaporte válido por período mínimo de seis meses e de um bilhete de saída do país. Ao sair de São Vicente e Grenadinas, cada visitante deve pagar uma taxa de saída.

Os portadores de passaporte emitidos na UE não necessitam de visto para visitar São Vicente e Grenadinas.
Fuente: secomunidades
Lingua oficial
East Caribbean dollar
From St. Vincent's lush tropical rainforest full of eco-adventures, to the idyllic beaches, coral reefs and turquoise lagoons of The Grenadines, SVG is a tropical paradise for yachting, scuba diving, enjoying nature, and relaxing in luxurious hideaways.

Escape a hectic lifestyle. Live your dreams in St. Vincent & The Grenadines. Get the true 'Vincy' experience!

Sail into St. Vincent & The Grenadines and experience the unforgettable magic of dropping anchor in secluded bays and lagoons with turquoise seas and powder white sand beaches.

Clear just once then let the trade winds guide you to 32 awe-inspiring islands, many still uninhabited. Find your own private island and claim your piece of paradise for the day.

With easy day sails and an island always in sight, our tranquil blue seas are the perfect place to relax, explore and enjoy all the Caribbean has to offer. Whether aboard your own private yacht or charter yacht, come and enjoy the sailing adventure of a lifetime.

Natural anchorages, protected cays, managed moorings and specialist marine services are all easily at hand in St. Vincent & The Grenadines.

Here in St. Vincent & The Grenadines, watersports are part of life. Under the seas, our marine creatures will charm you. Above the waves, enjoy a kayaking adventure or catch a breeze and kite surf to World’s End.

Our magnificent shallow water reefs, full of colour and life, are perfect for snorkelers. Snorkel or swim with green turtles in the Tobago Cays and create a memory to last a lifetime.

Want to go deeper? Then take the plunge and scuba dive into the famous Bat Cave, try wreck diving, or photograph an amazing variety of marine creatures. Experience the kind of underwater diving adventures found only at the world's premier dive destinations.

Diving here offers excellent opportunities for encounters with frogfish, seahorses, colourful mollusks, crustaceans, anemones and tunicates. Divers will be enthralled by the variety of marine creatures to see - and underwater photographers will think it's a dream come true.

Other resident creatures often spotted here include nurse sharks, lobsters, octopus and squid. Visiting squadrons of eagle rays and manta rays are frequently sighted, and patrolling reef sharks and barracuda add an element of excitement.

Why so many critters? Some believe the currents of the Atlantic and Caribbean seas combine to make a richer diversity of life here. We also have a great variety of underwater habitats: walls, rock formations, coral reefs, sandy slopes and beds of sea grass - each attracting its own unique form of life and each welcoming you to explore.

Hike to the top of a volcano, to stunning waterfalls or along scenic coastal paths. Scuba dive or snorkel over coral reefs, photograph our resident critters or green turtles. Go whale and dolphin watching, explore forests in search of the endemic St. Vincent Parrot, meander through colourful tropical gardens, or dream yourself to sleep on a beautiful beach.

It's your most important day, a new beginning, the romantic adventure of a lifetime. So make it perfect. Get married in St. Vincent & The Grenadines, it's the Caribbean wedding you've always dreamed of.

Caribbean islands with powder white sands, turquoise seas, a backdrop of blue skies and swaying coconut palms make the ultimate wedding day setting. Or, how about tying the knot in a lush tropical garden with a myriad of vibrant flowers to add a flourish of colour, romance and tranquillity to your big day?

Whatever your preference, we think St. Vincent & The Grenadines will be the perfect destination for your unforgettable Caribbean wedding, and we're not alone!
Fuente: discoversvg
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is home to unsullied and sumptuous cuisines. The Caribbean Waters provide for seafood abundance while Forest Mountains tender edible vegetation. All these make it an attractive sanctuary of gastronomic delicacies for locals and visitors, alike.

Sea foods are guaranteed fresh from the net sold by fishermen to household and restaurant establishments just along villages. Prominent seafood cuisines are callalou soup, spicy crabs and lobsters, and seafood souse. Lavish dishes from spanking new marine captives are gastric prides as well like jackfish, kingfish, lambi, and red snapper. These comprise main dish servings perfect along with priced national beverages such as sea moss drinks, exotic fruit juices, hairoun beer, and sunset rum.

Land produce are absolutely fresh-picked from the humid vegetation across the country. Indigenous yields include cassava, dasheens, eddoes, sweet potatoes, tannies, and yams. Native fruits consist of bananas, breadfruits, coconuts, guavas, mangoes, passion fruits, pineapples, and plumrose. These savour everyday gastric delights in a typical Carib home with healthy organic food sources just available around the household.

Vincentian diet is characterized by simple yet delicious meal servings from breakfast to dinner. Breakfast plate is commonly graced with fried salted fish plus spices alongside. Lunch simply goes usually with a light diet of fruits. Dinner comes as the main meal attraction in which the family can share the pilau dish served in delectable mix of rice, pigeon peas, and meat. Indeed, one can make a feast out of any ordinary day with these palatable set of meals.
Fuente: studylands
Located in the eastern Caribbean, the islands of the Grenadines and St. Vincent are known for their warm weather year-round, which, along with the azure waters of the surrounding ocean, draws visitors from all over the world. If you are planning a trip to St. Vincent or the Grenadines, remember that even the most comfortable climates can become uncomfortable from time to time. While sunny weather is typical, there are times that are wetter than others.

Given the archipelago's proximity to the equator, the temperature stays fairly constant throughout the year, and it rarely gets below 65 degrees F. The average high in January is 85 degrees and the average high in July is 86 degrees. It might be somewhat warmer in some interior areas of the larger islands, especially St. Vincent, which supports a tropical rain forest, but the ocean moderates the air temperatures to keep them relatively steady.

The dry season in St. Vincent and the Grenadines is the winter and early spring, especially from January through May. The wettest time is the summer, with July receiving the most precipitation. Rain falls for an average of 26 days in July in St. Vincent, but is mainly relegated to the northern third of the island. The Grenadines are generally drier. That leaves most of the day with good weather to enjoy beaches and other activities the islands offer.

The hurricane season typically follows the rainy season, from June through November. However, unlike the much of the rest of the Caribbean, St. Vincent and the Grenadines are far enough to the south that they miss many of the storms. If they are affected, it is usually stray outer bands of the tropical systems that can produce some rain, but very little severe weather. The last time the Grenadines took a direct hit from a hurricane was 1955.

Although the winds might not factor into most vacation plans, they are very important considerations for some island activities. Most of the time, the winds around St. Vincent and the Grenadines move at approximately 15 knots, or about 17 mph, generally from an east or northeast direction, leading to optimum conditions for boating and fishing. Surfers might find even windier times more to their liking. Winds of 20 to 30 knots, or 23 to 34 mph, are common in January and February.

In an area like St. Vincent and the Grenadines, where there is very little temperature variation from season to season, humidity becomes a key consideration. In the summer, it might feel much hotter than it is because of higher humidity levels. The winter tends to knock some of the humidity out of the air.
Fuente: traveltips.usatoday
As condições de segurança são razoáveis, apesar de haver registo de alguns crimes violentos, afetando maioritariamente a população local. Os turistas podem ser afetados sobretudo por roubos oportunistas, pelo que se recomendam algumas medidas preventivas, tais como:
- Evitar áreas isoladas, incluindo praias, depois de anoitecer;
- Evitar caminhar sózinho à noite;
- Não transformar grandes quantias de dinheiro e não exibir jóias ou outros objectos de valor;
- Manter uma postura discreta na utilização de caixas automáticas, evitando fazê-lo em zonas pouco iluminadas ou isoladas;
- Guardar os objectos de valor e documentos de viagem em cofres, sempre que possível;
- Manter as portas do quarto sempre trancadas;
- Utilizar apenas táxis devidamente registados e identificados;
- Adotar um comportamento responsável, respeitando leis e costumes locais;
- No caso de ser confrontado com uma tentativa de roubo, não oferecer resistência.
Fuente: secomunidades
Os serviços e instalações médicas são razoáveis, mas casos graves e tratamentos muito especializados poderão exigir evacuação. Os serviços privados tendem a ser bastante dispendiosos, sobretudo em caso de internamento. Aconselha-se a realização de um seguro de saúde que cubra todas as despesas médicas, incluindo repatriamento ou evacuação para outro país.
Fuente: secomunidades
Electricidade e Telecominicações
A eletricidade é de 220/240V e 50 Hz.
Aconselha-se ter um kit universal de adaptadores para as tomadas.

A rede de comunicações é razoável. Há cobertura de telefone móvel e Internet nas ilhas maiores. Para telefonar do estrangeiro para um número local, deve ser marcado o código de acesso internacional, seguido do código do país (1 784) e o número local de sete dígitos.

7 lugares para visitar y dónde ir en: Saint Vincent and Grenadines
International Prayer House Ministries
National Trust
Buccament Bay Playing Field
Richmond Hill Playing Field
Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary
5 Restaurantes dónde comer en: Saint Vincent and Grenadines
Bickles Downtown
Stop Light Restaurant & Bar
Salt Whistle Bay Club
4 lugares para beber, divertirse, bailar en: Saint Vincent and Grenadines
Cool Runnings Bar & Vybzin Night Club
Basil's Bar
Sugar Reef Bequia
Africano Disco
3 Servicios de apoyo al turismo en: Saint Vincent and Grenadines
Sail Relax Explore
Ben's Auto Rental
Sunny Events & Tours
1 Clubs y Campos de Golf en: Saint Vincent and Grenadines
The Grenadines Estate Golf Club
2 Consulados y Embajadas en: Saint Vincent and Grenadines
Embaixada do Brasil em Kingstown
Consulado de Portugal em Kingstown

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