Here are more Islands in the Caribbean you might like to read about.
Is a Caribbean island and a sovereign state which includes 6 other smaller islands within the Grenadines. Surrounded by Saint Vincent and the Grenadines to the south, Trinidad and Tobago and Venezuela to the north. The capital city is St. George’s, the country drives on left side of the road and the official currency is the East Caribbean dollar. Grenada tourist attractions range from Heritage sites to beautiful beaches. Hyde Park Tropical Garden, Levera National Park, Grenada National Museum and Fort Frederick, all located in the capital. Other attractions around the island include, Royal Mount Carmel Falls, Boss Reef for reef diving, Black Bay Beach which has black sand. The average annual temperatures in Grenada is around 28°C.
Is a Caribbean Island which falls into the Windward Islands group. It is situated south of Martinique and north of Barbados and Saint Vincent. The capital city is Castries and the official currency is the East Caribbean Dollar. St Lucia holds a number of festivals each year, most notably the annual Jazz Festival, with is usually held in the month of May. Many Cruise ships sail to the island, among the most popular tourist spots are Castries, Gros Islet, Marigot Bay and Soufriere and Sulphur Springs. The drive in volcano near Soufrière, is the only one of it’s kind in the World. Other attractions include the Diamond Botanical Gardens in Soufrière, Pigeon Island National Park and the famous World Heritage site; “The Pitons”, the twin Peaks (hardened rock from a long-eroded volcano). The average annual temperature is around 26°C but can get as high as 32°C. The country drives on the left hand of the road.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
Is a Windwood Island with St Lucia to the north and Barbados to the east of it. The Grenadines are situated between Saint Vincent and Grenada They are a chain of small islands belonging to both Grenada (islands on the south side), and St Vincent (island on the north side). The capital city is Kingstown and the country drives on the left hand side of the road, with the official currency being the East Caribbean Dollar. In addition to the many festivals held each year, some of the popular tourist attractions are the waterfalls; Baleine Falls and Trinity Falls. St Vincent Botanic Gardens and Fort Charlotte based in Kingstown. At St Vincent National Museum in Anchor Reef, you will see Stingrays, lobsters and barracudas. Popular beaches are Richmond Beach, Princess Margaret Beach and Indian Bay Beach. The annual temperatures between 26°C and 32°C.
The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
Is situated in the southern area of the Caribbean. Approximately 7 miles from the Venezuelan coast. The capital city is Port of Spain. The official currency is the Trinidad and Tobago dollar. They Drives on the left side of the road. Tobago is the smaller island of the states. The capital is Scarborough and uses the same currency as Trinidad. Pigeon Peak is the highest point on the island. Speyside is known for it’s undisturbed coral reefs and is popular with divers. Other tourist attractions of Trinidad and Tobago include. Maracas Bay Beach, Fort George, National Museum and Art Gallery and the Royal Botanical Gardens are all located in Port of Spain. Trinidad also has the largest natural asphalt lake in the world which can be found at La Brea Pitch Lake. Another popular tourist spot is Temple in the Sea, located at Waterloo, which has a fascinating history. The annual average low temperature is 26°C average high is around 34°C.