Author Topic: Countries in the Area - What Happened to St. Vincent and the Grenadines?  (Read 3396 times)


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I've just had a peek at the map that includes the Caribbean, unfortunately the country of ST VINCENT and the Grenadines seems to have been overlooked!

As a resident of St. Vincent and the Grenadines I am a little hurt that my country is not included, especially as the diving here is as diverse as the many islands that make up the country. Of course the main land is famed for it's critter and muck diving (this is where I'm based by the way, and contrary to popular belief there are other dive shops in St. Vincent  8) ). St. Vincent also boasts some stunning walls, wrecks, and reef diving, as well as the muck for which it is renowned.

The Tobago Cays have some stunning drifts, and the opportunity to interact with turtles and rays, whilst in the southern Grenadines sharks are seen with regularity, as well as larger pelagics. There is truly something for everyone.

The name of the country is St. Vincent and the Grenadines - please may we have a map that shows us!


Kay Wilson,
Indigo Dive,
St. Vincent and the Grenadines.


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