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Cheap flights from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an island country located in the Lesser Antilles Island arc, in the southern portion of the Windward Islands. It is situated in the meeting of the Caribbean and the Atlantic, and consists of 389 square kilometres of land that is bordered by Saint Lucia and Barbados. The nation has over 120,000 inhabitants, and is a popular destination for tourists who seek some island retreat. 

 

Where to go

Bequia – Bequia, pronounced as beck-way, is the most perfect island in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. It boasts of its stunning beaches, accommodations that fit most budgets, and a slow pace of life that is both refreshing and relaxing. 

Port Elizabeth – the appealing Port Elizabeth is more than just a pretty bay lined with shops and touristy attractions. It is also a naturally beautiful spot to spend some time in, watching the sails of ships or even sipping the freshest cocktail while sitting on a lounger. Within the area, visit the Princess Margaret Beach, which is one of the more beautiful and relaxed beaches in the island, the Lower Bay, and St. Mary's, a modest Anglican church built in 1829. 

Kingstown – Kingstown simply represent the whole island of SVD. It shows its past through rough cobblestoned streets, arched stone doorways, and walkways that represent colonial rule during the times, while giving its visitors a peek of its modern times with its narrow and busy alleys swelling with a pulsing local community. Visit the Belmont Lookout, the Public Market, and the Botanical Gardens here. 

 

Barbados – Barbados is a sovereign island country in the Lesser Antilles, popular to western tourists for its vibrant and pulsing beach-themed aura. The island is bustling with tourists and is filled with places where one can dine, relax, shop, do water activities, or just stroll. When visiting the island, do not forget to drop by Bridgetown, the capital city, the St. Nicholas Abbey, the Harrison's Cave, the Barbados museum and Historical Society, and of course, the coastlines.

Antigua – also known as Waldli or Wadadli, Antigua is another island of the Leewards in the Caribbean region. It is the main island of the Antigua and Barbuda duo, with over 81,000 citizens. It is popular for its highly pristine beaches; a true luxury Caribbean escape perfect for those who seek some beach retreat. From Saint Vincent and the Grenadines' E.T. Joshua Airport, Antigua is just 1 hour and 10 minutes away. Get here via LIAT.

Trinidad and Tobago – a twin island country off the northern edge of South America, Trinidad and Tobago shares maritime boundaries with other nations including Barbados to the northeast, Grenada to the northwest, Guyana to the southeast, and Venezuela to the south and west. It is the richest country per capita after the United States and Canada, and is known for its large reserves and exploitation of oil and natural gas. It is also the birthplace of steelpan, limbo, and the music styles of calypso, soca, and chutney. Time your visit to the country during the Carnival, an annual colourful and festive event in the country held a week before Lent. 

 

There are no regular long flights from any of the airports in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. However, travellers who are looking for these types of flights may fly out to other islands in the Caribbean region that has a good roster of flights and look for connections there. Examples given are the Grantley Adams International Airport in Barbados, the Piarco international Airport in Trinidad and Tobago, or to the Maurice Bishop International Airport in Grenada. The Maurice Bishop International Airport has direct long-haul flights to London (Gatwick Airport) in England, while the Grantley Adams International Airport in Barbados and the Piarco International Airport in Trinidad and Tobago have flights going to the United States and Canada. 

 

How to get out

The E.T. Joshua Airport remains as the most important airport in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines to date, although upon completion, the Argyle International Airport will share the title of the former and will also serve international flights. The airport accommodates flights from other Caribbean nations, including Antigua, Barbados, Grenada, Port of Spain, Saint Lucia, San Juan, Mustique, Porlamar, Union island, and others. Airlines that travel to the former include Conviasa, LIAT, and SVG Air. Cargo airlines meanwhile include Amerijet International, DHL, and FedEx.

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