Common Questions Travellers Ask About Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
What is the currency spent in St. Vincent and the Grenadines?
Is St. Vincent and the Grenadines safe?
The country is a popular vacation site for celebrities, and members of the British royal family have vacationed there, it is generally a safe place to stay.
What kind of cloths can be worn?
St Vincent and the Grenadines is in the tropics, and so cool casual and lightweight clothing is recommended. Wearing camouflage clothing is however against the law, so these should be avoided, including bags made from camouflage material.
Should I be worried about eating out?
There is a fairly large amount of places to enjoy a good meal on the island. Fresh fruit and vegetables, and seafood are a huge part of the diet. The national food of the country is breadfruit and roasted jackfish. There are other varieties of food which are served in restaurants. If unsure of what goes into a food, you should ask, and if you have any food allergies, let the hosts know.
On what continent is St Vincent?
The country is in the Caribbean, or Caribbean islands as the Caribbean comprises of the Caribbean Sea, its islands and surrounding areas. It is considered a region under North America.
Is there an active volcano in St Vincent and the Grenadines?
La Soufriere is an active volcano in St. Vincent. It last erupted in 1979, however, there were no casualties as people were successfully evacuated. The volcano period in St Vincent is between June-November.
What are the mobile network operators and internet service providers in Saint Vincent And The Grenadines?
There are over 0 mobile network operators and about 0 internet service providers in Saint Vincent And The Grenadines. You can checkout the
list of network operators in Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
and also details about each of them.
How do I travel out of Saint Vincent And The Grenadines?
For Saint Vincentians looking to travel out of the country. You can check out the list of destinations, how to
Get Visa to those countries, their
Visa Free Countries for Saint Vincentian passport holders