Looks at the history, the people and geography of St Vincent, and the more than 80 islands and islets, 90 miles long and only three miles wide, that make up what is known as the Grenada Bank. The book also looks at the effects of recent development on the local ecosystems and populations.
Profiles of islands; the first migrants - Ciboneys, Arawaks, Calivignies, Carib; the era of discovery; the tale of the Black Caribs; of men, women and children; the volcano; rivers and villages; scuba diving; the capital, Kingstown; Villa, Young Island and Calliaqua; St Vincent coast guard; agriculture, pests and flora; fauna; traditional architecture; folklore and music; seafarers; Bequia and Petit Nevis; Mustiques, Baliceaux and Battowia; Petit Mustique, Savane Island, Petit Canouan and Canouan; Tobago Cays; Mayero (or Mayereau) and Catholic Island; Union Island; Palm Island; Petit St Vincent; useful information - ferries, sailing/yachting, water sports, yacht and car rentals, travel and ground tour operators, taxis and minibuses, hotels, guest houses and apartments, restaurants, banking, postal information and hours.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines by Lesley Sutty
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