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Annual Events

Carnival Mardi Gras
Gospel Music Festival
Canouan Regatta

Current Events

  Blue Festival Blue Festival (Jan 18 - Feb 4)
The Ministry of Tourism, St. Vincent and the Grenadines has the very distinct pleasure in addressing you, our wide audience, once again on the subject of Blues Festival 2006.

  Gospel Fest Gospel Fest (Apr)
The main aim of the festival, which is held annually in April, is to promote a spiritual awareness of God while exposing the talents of gospel artistes in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Shows are held around the country in song, dance, drama and poetry crossing all religious and denominational barriers.

  Canouan Regatta Canouan Regatta (Jun)
Today, these boats are the highlight of Regatta and bring islanders out in the hundreds for facing, cheering and bayside partying. Other cultural traditions are remembered in the package of shore events, including the Flag dance and folk songs, presented by the Canouan Regatta.

  Carnival Carnival (July)
In the many rural events and the midsummer splendour of Vincy Mas, carnival celebrates a heritage of revelry, royalty and music.

  Dance Festival Dance Festival (Sept 1 - 30)
The National Dance Festival of events throughout September showcases traditional and modern works including African and contemporary Caribbean dance. In November's National Drama Festival, school, community and theatre groups give further insights into our society with a series of one-act plays.




Special Highlights

  Historical & Cultural Sights Historical & Cultural Sights
A bustling, vibrant market carrying a superb selection of fresh vegetables, fruits, meats, and fish. Local arts and crafts are frequently displayed in the courtyard.

  Eco-Adventures Eco-Adventures
Since primeval times, St. Vincent has been blessed with lush mountains, volcanic-rich soil and unspoiled landscapes of brilliant flora and beautiful crystal clear waters.

  Diving Diving
Picture St. Vincent, the largest of these sister islands, as a kite floating in a sea of blue, and the Grenadine islands of Bequia, Mustique, Canouan, Mayreau, Palm, Union and Petit St. Vincent, as the ribbons of this exotic kite's tail.

  Chartering - Sea & Air Chartering - Sea & Air Turquoise waters, powder-white beaches, and secluded island adventures are all guaranteed components of the perfect sailing holiday taking you through this majestic volcanic world.

  Beaches & Anchorages Beaches & Anchorages
Surrounded by palm trees, this area with a lovely beach provides a very pleasant anchorage. Moorings are available at Barefoot Yacht Charters or The Lagoon Marina.

  Shopping & Services Shopping & Services
The capital city of Kingstown is located in the southwestern part of the island, hugging a mile-wide swath of land on Kingstown Bay backed up by a ring of green hills and ridges.

  Arts & Crafts Arts & Crafts
The art and craft scene in St. Vincent is in the process of evolution. A wide variety of unique local arts and crafts can be found throughout Kingstown particularly at the Artisans Craft Shop and The Bounty Restaurant and Art Gallery on Egmont Street.






Radio Stations

  NBC (89.7FM) NBC (89.7FM)

  Hits (91.5FM) Hits (91.5FM)

  We-FM (99.9FM) We-FM (99.9FM)



  The Daily Herald The Daily Herald

  The Searchlight The Searchlight


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