Saint Vincent is a solid little island stretched in a gentle arc toward Granada and the Grenadines. Together, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines comprise a small island nation of the Caribbean Lesser Antilles. The islands are popular for eco adventures and nature tourism. Part of your itinerary should be a plan to see dolphins, orca whales and turtles. You can remain in the capital of Kingstown or look to the countryside. Start the day with a trip to the volcano La Soufriêre. Move on to swim in the waterfalls. There are many in this group, including the popular Trinity Falls. Another recommendation is to plan a trip over to Bequia. This small island offers the Devil’s Table and the bullet for divers to explore. Standing alongside nearby Young Island, you can see the late 19th century fort, Fort Duvernette. You may like to pay a visit to the Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary. Refreshed, gather your pocketbook and head off to the vibrant center of Kingstown, the Produce Market. You can also go shopping at Little Tokyo. For something different, stop and admire the creamy white and yellow Georgian architecture of St.George’s Church.