I absolutely loved this Island. I did the pirates package tour with Topdawg taxi and tours and it was worth it. I am so happy I didn't listen to persons who said to stay on the ship. They were friendly and went out of their way to make sure we had a good time. The port itself is not very impressive I must admit, but that honestly did not take away from the beautiful island. It's unspoiled nature, very cultural. The 1st stop was at Fort Charlotte which had the best view of Kingstown and the ship. We were offered water, on our way to the pirates film set we made stops in fishing villages. Then when we got to the pirates set (I forgot how to pronounce the actual name of the place), after looking around and taking pictures we got to try the rum punch.....BEST rum punch ever!! We got juice as well. Then we went to a near by fall. I wish it was bigger but we were told the bigger ones like dark view falls were a much longer journey than the one we were on. All this happened on the leeward side of the island. On our way to the other side the windward side they gave us the local beer to try, Hairoun beer and we got a lil taste of a local bar/rum shop lol. We mad a lot of fun. The last thing we did was beach on the leeward side villa beach and we got to see young Island as well where Johnny Depp stayed when he was in St. Vincent. The guide Shakeira and Driver Wayne gave us a lot of information and were very very pleasant. St. Vincent is so beautiful can't wait to be back.
About Kingstown, St. Vincent
Kingstown is best appreciated for its West Indian feel rather than for any grand attractions. It's a good place to relax and stroll the cobblestone streets. The town gets its unique atmosphere from the produce vendors along Bay and Bedford streets, the crowds at the fish market and rum shops, and it stone-block colonial buildings.
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As anyone got any good tips for this port please? .... . . ...
Very poor island... nothing here. Natives nice but nothing to do at all. Would t go back. There weee maybe 4 spots where people on the streets sold things and it was shells or bracelets they made from what they had on the island.
same- take a tour
Visited: Dec 22, 2012
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