Tips and recommendations for healthy travel to top destinations
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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines are home to gold, black, and white sandy beaches with nine inhabited islands. Fried jackfish and roasted breadfruit is their national dish and their national bird is the Amazona Guildingi.
The capital of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is Kingstown – it is also known as “The City of Arches” as it has more than 400 arches in it!
Yes, some vaccines are recommended or required for Saint Vincent and Grenadines. The CDC and WHO recommend the following vaccines for Saint Vincent and Grenadines: typhoid, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, rabies, and influenza.
Dengue and Zika are present in the area. Be sure to use repellents and netting. Women who are pregnant or may become pregnant should consider avoiding travel to the area.
See our vaccinations page to learn more about these infections and vaccines. Ready to protect yourself? Book your travel health appointment today by calling or schedule online now.
You do not need a visa to travel to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. There are also no currency restrictions for entry or exit.
You will need a passport valid on your entry date with a blank page in it for an entry stamp.
For more information contact a Passport Health Passport and Visa specialist by calling 1-844-366-8472 or by filling out our online form.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines have a tropical climate with warm-hot temperatures all year. Temperatures stay in the 80’s almost all year long. The ocean and trade winds keep the weather even, though humidity is much stronger in the summer. Nights are also cooler from December to April.
Dry season for Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is during the winter and early spring. The rainy season is during the Summer with the hurricane season following.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines are a popular destination. While generally safe, there are some things to consider.
Don’t leave valuables unattended. Take precautions to avoid pickpockets and other petty crime.
Many roads in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines are not in good condition. While driving you may encounter drivers who stop in the middle of the road without warning. You may also deal with slow and heavy equipment and wandering animals.
Experienced hikers can climb Saint Vincent’s incredible La Soufriere volcano. Hike right up to the crater’s edge and experience the unique adventure of the Rabacca trail. You must reserve a tour guide to trek and be prepared for a full day of activity.
Those who take on the challenge can see a view of the active lava center of the crater. The last eruption of La Soufriere was 1979.
There are many other trails for easier or shorter hikes.
Think ahead on what to pack by perusing these suggestions:
All Americans visiting Saint Vincent and the Grenadines should register online with the U.S. Department of State before departure. This will inform the office of your travel plans within the country and will allow them to reach out in the case of an emergency or evacuation.
There is no embassy on the islands, but the Barbados embassy serves the area.
U.S. Embassy Bridgetown
Wildey Business Park
St. Michael BB 14006
Phone: (246) 227-4000
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