Popular Sites in Kingstown, St. Vincent

Popular Sites in Kingstown, St. VincentNot sure what to see while you are in Kingstown during your cruise? Don’t worry as there are plenty of things to do around the port even if you are here for only a short period of time. This is a sample of what your day can look like.

The Kingstown Market
Start At the Kingstown Market. Even if you don’t buy anything it’s still interesting to see how the market operates. You will find a lot of fresh food and some of the vendors may even let you sample some. Be forewarned though as some of them will do everything in their power to try to get you to buy something.

Restaurants
You shouldn’t leave Kingstown without stopping at a restaurant to grab some local fare. Cobblestones is a great place to try curried goat or callaloo. Bounty is a fun restaurant that’s known for its funky feel and the artwork that’s displayed.

Botanical Gardens
These gardens were first established by General Robert Melville back in 1765. The gardens are 20 acres in size and located off of Leeward Highway. Onsite there is the Nicholas Wildlife Aviary which has been a crucial part of conserving the Saint Vincent amazon. In addition to this there are agave trees ferns and numerous walking paths to explore it all.

Fort Charlotte
If you are looking to see an interesting part of Kingstown’s past, visit Fort Charlotte. Built back in the 1800s, it was used to keep those wishing to do the area harm at bay. Today visitors can tour the grounds, see the cannons as well as the amazing views.

The Falls Of Baleine
This is one of the area’s hidden gems. It’s best reached by boat as it can be difficult to get too. Still, it is worth the effort as the falls have been carved into the rocks and there are plunge pools underneath it. Visitors can swim in the waters and explore the canyon and jungles once they are finished.

Barrouallie
Travelers that will be spending a little bit more time at port may opt to take the 2 ½ hour trip to Barrouallie. There’s a lot to see on the way including beaches that are black, little villages and numerous valleys. Even if you don’t go all the way to Barrouallie it’s still interesting to take a cab part way there to see all of the interesting scenery.

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