Island Girl’s Travel Photos: St. Vincent and The Grenadines

Blue skies. Clear water. Lush greenery. Dramatic rock formations. Gorgeous views. That’s St. Vincent and the Grenadines at a glance. In a nutshell.

A chain of 32 islands dotting the southern Caribbean Sea, this diminutive destination is perfect for anyone who wants to turn off the rest of the world and tune into nature.

SVG’s terrain is defined by startlingly vivid colors, dramatic contrasts and vistas that stretch on for miles. Salt pond soaking, fort climbing, beach-bumming and road tripping are just some of the activities you can indulge in while the island. Throw a quirky Pirates of the Caribbean museum into the mix and I’d say SVG is a must-visit for anyone who’s genuinely interested in exploring the wide variety of experiences the Caribbean region has to offer.

Don’t just take my word for it however, take in my 12 favorite photos of St. Vincent and The Grenadines. I hope they will inspire you to visit some day.

Travel Photo: St. Vincent and The Grenadines

Travel Photo: St. Vincent and The Grenadines

Travel Photo: St. Vincent and The Grenadines

Travel Photo: St. Vincent and The Grenadines

Travel Photo: St. Vincent and The Grenadines

Travel Photo: St. Vincent and The Grenadines

Travel Photo: St. Vincent and The Grenadines

Travel Photo: St. Vincent and The Grenadines

Travel Photo: St. Vincent and The Grenadines

Travel Photo: St. Vincent and The Grenadines

These scenes are just a small sample of what St. Vincent and The Grenadines has to offer. If these views appeal to you, I strongly recommend choosing SVG for one of your upcoming getaways. Check out my 5 Day Itinerary to see how you can make the most of a short stay in paradise!

For recommendations on other Caribbean islands that might be just your cup of tea, check out my post on 6 Caribbean Destinations You Should Visit in 2018.

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Travel Photos: St. Vincent and The Grenadines

57 Replies to “Island Girl’s Travel Photos: St. Vincent and The Grenadines”

  1. Amazing shots, by the way! You were lucky to have such a beautiful sunny day. These photos could convince anyone to go. My favorite one is of the island!

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      Thanks! We had perfect weather every single day! The island was one of my fave excursions because there’s actually a fort all the way to the top. It’s a pretty steep climb up the steps but the views on the way up and at the top are soooo worth it!

  2. Abigail Sinsona says: Reply

    Wow this island is as close you can get to paradise! The lush green from the rainforest and the never-ending sea of blue with the white sand. This is truly a must-visit destination. It doesn’t help that I have always longed for a tropical vacation – since my last one in December – and this island is calling my name!

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      SVG really is a paradise! I hope you can visit it soon!

  3. Oh yes, you’ve completely sold this gorgeous island to me! I haven’t seen as much of the caribbean as I would like, so this is perfect. Your photos are stunning and bring the island to life.

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      Thanks so much! I hope you’re able to visit more of the region in your future travels 🙂

  4. My god. Your pictures and the place looks stunning. I love beaches – the colors – the people – everything is perfect in these places 🙂

  5. Your pictures are breath taking. It looks so blue and tranquil. A Great mix between the ocean and forest! My kinda trip for sure

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      Glad to hear you appreciate the photos, thanks for stopping by!

  6. A picture speaks a thousand words! All your pictures are absolutely breathtaking and there’s something about blue waters that makes me weak in my knees. What brilliant views, I am sold!

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      Thanks so much! I’m in love with blue water myself!

  7. I promised myself that I’d sail round these islands one day. Looks amazing, so idyllic and peaceful. Nice post.

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      Thanks so much! I hope you get to make your sailing trip some day soon!

  8. Oh wow! Your photos are just gorgeous! The rock formations are beautiful and the beach is so inviting! You definitely had me hooked on the great scenery! 🙂

  9. I totally understand your adoration for these islands. Glad to know you enjoyed your visit. Your photos reflect the charm and the beauty that words can not.

  10. wow, what beautiful images of Paradise. I know the Caribbean has plenty of great destinations, but the SVG looks like it has a bit more mystery. Thanks for sharing and showing us this gem. the water looks like a dream!

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      I love how you phrased that and you’re absolutely right, SVG does have a hint of mystery to it!

  11. St. Vincent and The Grenadines is so picturesque. The colours are stunning and exactly what one would imagine a Caribbean island to look like. I can imagine that a holiday here would be so relaxing – just what I need!

  12. I like your posts and you have got some nice photos.

  13. Oh, how beautiful! I’m imagining myself there right now. It looks so peaceful and relaxing!

  14. Caribbean Islands are always on my wishlist as they are so exotic. I loved all your 12 photos from St. Vincent. Loved all the scenes of rock formation, turquoise waters, blue skies all are so surreal. Amazing photography!

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      Thank you so much!

  15. Ohh girl I just pinned the post to my wish list board! You sold me St.Vincent and The Grenadines on the first paragraph and on your first photo! Is soo wild and green with the blue sky and crystal clear water…just like you wrote! I am from Thailand we have beautiful beaches too but this part of the world intrigues me very much as I have never been to and the culture is totally different. For now, these islands has to stay on my wish list but I hope to be ticking it off very soon!

  16. The hubby and I honeymooned in the Caribbean. It is on the top of our list for our 10-year anniversary. St. Vincent and the Grenadines looks like a promising start for island hopping!

  17. Beautiful photos! Do you think SVG is a budget friendly place to travel to?

  18. Lovely photographs at Saint Vincent and the Grenadines! Able to share some itineraries and attractions there? It’ll be great to know more about this Caribbean nation 🙂

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      Hi Nathan, working on a post that shares my itinerary as we speak 🙂 Will be published next week so be sure to check back!

  19. I just got back from a beach trip and your gorgeous photos have sparked the wanderlust in me again! Haha. Caribbean looks so mesmerizing.. no wonder it is a honeymooners paradise!

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      Yay! So happy this sparked your wanderlust 🙂 Hopefully you’ll end up in the Caribbean soon!

  20. Oh my goodness, I need to get back to the Caribbean!! I traveled to St. Thomas and St. John for a destination wedding last year and absolutely fell in love. Your pictures of SVG are tugging on my heart strings and got me checking out flights again! Such lush greens and I know those blues, for they are forever etched on my heart!

  21. Your photos are absolutely gorgeous! The place looks like a heaven!!

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      Thank you so much!

  22. Absolutely beautiful pictures, to me nothing beats holidaying in paradise and the Caribbean is certainly that.

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      Paradise it is indeed!

  23. Such lovely shots! I am in love with St. Vincent and The Grenadines just by viewing your photographs. I would love to visit this beautiful island some day. I am sure you had a great trip and anyone would enjoy visiting these islands. Thanks for sharing such wonderful memories of yours.

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      Thank you so much, I hope you’re able to visit eventually, you’ll love SVG!

  24. Girl, I can’t even imagine living in the Caribbean and being so close to all these gorgeous views!! I would probably just take a hammock to the beach, set up shop and never leave. That blue water!!?! Magical!!

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      You’re so right, living in the Caribbean is amazing! If only we could spend every single day outdoors!

  25. A chain of 32 islands? I would love to visit all of them. The mix of lush green scenery, blue water and gold sand makes me wanna buy a one way ticket to St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Your photos are stunning, you managed to capture the beauty of the island. Thanks for sharing.

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      Thank you so much! I hope you’re able to visit some day!

  26. SVG looks and sounds like a little slice of heaven, I could be very happy in a place as beautiful as this. Thanks for sharing, I think the Caribbean sailing trip I have always wanted is getting a little closer.

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      I hope you’re able to make that trip soon, so much to discover in the Caribbean!

  27. What an amazing place. This is all i love…. The pictures are great also.

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      Thanks so much, it really was an easy subject to photograph! Beautiful views everywhere!

  28. OMG that place looks so stunning! You sold it to me already in few first words here I didn’t even have to look at those wonderful photos! I would love to visit St. Vincent and the Grenadines so much now! What a perfect place for holidays !

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      I hope you’re able to visit soon!

  29. That is a beautiful and serene coastline. Perfect for surfing! Is scuba diving allowed there? I think the reefs below would be majestic!

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      SVG is a great dive destination, especially Bequia!

  30. “If there was a paradise on earth, then this must be it”. Your stunning pictures of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, evoke this oft-repeated and somewhat cliched quote from me. The spirit of the Caribbean seems to be frozen in time by your camera. Nature at its best in the form of water, sky, and sand seem to erupt in an explosion of unparalleled beauty.

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      Thanks so much for stopping by Sandy, and thanks for your kind words!

  31. These are 100% insta-worthy islands and I am sold by the stunning pictures. St Vincent looks no less a paradise to me. It’s on the bucketlist for sure!

  32. This is absolutely stunnnnning. 🙂 your pictures are really a view I would like to see in real life.

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      Thanks for stopping by, happy you love the photos!

  33. Hi, I am so glad to see this page, I am a native of St Vincent, Troumaca St Vincent. My father was one of the know preacher on the leeward side of St Vincent. These pictures make me mile, wow. I am including my link here, if you would not mine can I add it here, if not please let me know. I am very happy to see this blog, so pretty pictures.

  34. Peter Appollo says: Reply

    Thanks for sharing my home to the world .THANK YOU .

    1. islandgirlintransit says: Reply

      Happy to share my photos and so glad you approve!

  35. These islands are fantastic and unfortunately so far away. Wish I can make it up there.

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