15 Curiosidades de San Vicente y las Granadinas 🇻🇨 TODO lo que necesitas saber 🏝️

15 Curiosidades de San Vicente y las Granadinas 🇻🇨 TODO lo que necesitas saber 🏝️


Hello, such friends, I hope you are very well,
for those who do not know me, my name is Cristian Londoño and if this is your first time in my
channel, subscribe, I’m sure you’ll learn something new with each video. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an island country in America located north of Venezuela
and of the island of Granada, comprises the island principal of St. Vincent and the two thirds
northern parts of the archipelago of Grenadines Saint Vincent and the Grenadines have a series of beautiful contrasts in their landscapes
It has mountains with dense vegetation, like extensive beaches of volcanic sand,
It is made up of 32 islands and cays and is one of the most untouched destinations of all
Caribbean. This beautiful island, has reserved many
leisure and entertainment proposals that include activities and ecological adventures, discovering
its forests, practicing diving, navigation on sailboats or just spending unforgettable beach days.
And for the most refined visitors, san Vincent and the Grenadines offers accommodations
Luxury and excursions by yacht or boat That’s why today, I want to tell you some
curiosities of this paradisiacal island, that most likely they will make you crave
to know her, if you have not done it yet and if no, at least you’re going to learn something more about
she. We go with the video. Number 1.
San Vicente was discovered by Columbus in 1498, but the Europeans just settled
in the eighteenth century because of the resistance of the Carib Indians. Already in 1763 it became
in British colony and in 1979 he achieved his independence. It is currently part of
of the commonwealth of nations, just as Many other islands of the Caribbean. Number 2 San Vicente is the most important island of
this archipelago and its capital is Kingstown, those who have visited it indicate that it is the
perfect place if what you want is an environment of noise and fun. They are celebrated in this
island diversity of festivals and festivals, the more traditional is the Vincentian carnival that
It is done between the months of June and July Number 3. Something that attracts a lot of attention from visitors
to St. Vincent and the Grenadines, is the good amount of petroglyphs expanded by its
territory. The value of these carvings rests in the contribution of several native cultures
region of. Some of the most striking they are those of the Cueva de Buccament, those of Layou,
those of Liberty and Lodge. Do not miss knowing them. Number 4.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is divided in 6 parishes, which is the division that
gives some subnational entities in different countries, 5 is on the island
of St. Vincent and the sixth parish constitutes the grenadine islands. These are: Carlota,
San Andrés, San David, San Jorge, San Patricio and Grenadines. Number 5. In Saint Vincent and the Grenadines you can enjoy
of diversity of hiking tours. You’ll find A colorful and beautiful nature visiting
places like Mesopotamia Valley where they abound The farms, or you can walk around the Montreal
Gardens that have paths that lead to labyrinths of a varied and colorful flora. Number 6. The highest point of St. Vincent and the Grenadines
It is the La Soufrière volcano, with 1234 masl. This is usually done different excursions
who seek to ascend to the top of this titan, there are also other places of great beauty
natural like the waterfall “Dark View Falls” or take the path of the Nature Trail
from Vermont and the Cumberland Nature Trail. You already
you decide Number 7
Bequia Island is the largest island of all those that constitute the Grenadines, is a
where sailboats and cruises arrive during all year since it has the natural harbor
most protected of the Caribbean. It is usually very popular by tourists, who find here
a quiet and picturesque environment, in the that stand out for their architecture the pretty ones
houses of Port of. Number 8.
The economy of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is quite modest, its main source of
income is the export of bananas and other agricultural products, as well as the emission
of postage stamps intended primarily to philatelic world collecting. The tourism
has been growing gradually, according to 2008 calculations reach around 200,000
tourists a year mostly to grenadines. Number 9.
Something you would love to know about Saint Vincent and the grenadines, is that, like other islands
of the Caribbean, use the dollar as the official currency of the Eastern Caribbean, currency which has
a value lower than the US dollar and for assumption to the Euro, for that reason, it usually results
much more economical to acquire some goods in this territory. On the other hand, the language
Official is English. Number 10.
As I mentioned at the beginning of this video, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines also has
to offer to lovers of luxury and comfort. Mustique is one of the most beautiful islands
exclusive to this archipelago, has 2 luxury hotels and 89 private homes that are
rented to celebrities and wealthy people. Further, in this one of the festivals of
Major relevance of the island called Festival of Blues of Mustique which is carried out
annually, starts in the last week of January and lasts a whole week. Number 11. The population of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
is just over 104 thousand inhabitants, 66% they are black people, 19% are mestizos and the
remaining mix of whites and Asians. The most populated city is Kingstown, which
houses just over 16,000 inhabitants, of Georgetown is far away with 1414 inhabitants
and Byera 1149 inhabitants, according to data from year 2009. Number 12. Another recommended place to visit
in san vincente and the grenadines is the pond salt of Owia, which is located north
from the island, it’s a saltwater pond, surrounded by volcanic rocks and that is usually
use to bathe for therapeutic purposes. Number 13.
The trinity waterfalls west of San Vincent and the Grenadines, is considered as
one of the most beautiful waterfalls on the island. It is composed of three waterfalls in a valley
volcanic, which is used by natives and visitors as hydromassage bath. For
to arrive you must make a trip of two hours in a vehicle and then a
20 minute walk through a forest until you arrive Number 14 Kevin Lyttle is a San Vicente musician, who
achieved international fame with success of the soca ballad “Turn Me On”, which
It was recorded in the year 2001. This song I achieve success both in the Caribbean and in
the clubs of britain where he remained for 7 weeks among the first ten, of
same way I reach the fourth place in the Billboard Hot 100 in the year 2004. And finally Number 15. Which is considered the native species
of this island is the amazona guildinguii or generally known as parrots, which at their
once they were adopted as the national symbol of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Regrettably
This species is in danger of extinction. Good friends and here’s the video today,
I hope this information has been of value, If so, give me your like and share
this video, we’ll see you until next video and you are very well.

6 Replies to “15 Curiosidades de San Vicente y las Granadinas 🇻🇨 TODO lo que necesitas saber 🏝️”

  1. Si el video te gusto, te agradeceria mucho tu like, si puedes comparte, no dejes de suscribirte y comenta que otra curiosidad se te ocurre para un proximo video. Gracias.

  2. Muy bueno! Conoci tus videos hace poco y me encantan, me gusta que hagas curiosidades sobre paises que nadie habla de ellos

  3. Muy bueno, hermano! Me gustaría información sobre la música q utilizaste para el vídeo! Muchas gracias. ..

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