Michael Milberger/ABC News
  • Weekend Window to St. Vincent Slideshow

    The sunsets on the west coast of St. Vincent in the eastern Caribbean. St. Vincent, the capital island of the nation of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, is a lush, volcanic island with white and black sand beaches.
    Michael Milberger/ABC News
  • Weekend Window to St. Vincent Slideshow

    Dark View Falls, nestled in a bamboo forest, is one of the most popular and accessible waterfalls on the island of St. Vincent.
    Michael Milberger/ABC News
  • Weekend Window to St. Vincent Slideshow

    Young Island Resort is a 35-acre private island off the coast of St. Vincent. The northernmost island in the Grenadine chain, Young Island is just 200 yards of the south coast of St. Vincent.
    Courtesy Discoversvg.com
  • Weekend Window to St. Vincent Slideshow

    The verdant Mesopotamian Valley is considered the bread basket of St. Vincent. The fertile valley is known for its bananas, nutmeg and coconuts.
    Michael Milberger/ABC News
  • Weekend Window to St. Vincent Slideshow

    St. Vincent's volcano, La Soufriere, last erupted on April 13, 1979. The dominant feature of the small island, the volcano is now a destination for eco-tourists who can hike the more-than-4,000 feet to the crater at the top.
    Michael Milberger/ABC News
  • Weekend Window to St. Vincent Slideshow

    The view of the mountainous east coast of St. Vincent is seen here from Fort Charlotte. Completed in 1806, Fort Charlotte also provides panoramic views of the capital city of Kingstown and the Grenadine Islands to the south.
    Michael Milberger/ABC News
  • Weekend Window to St. Vincent Slideshow

    The Caribbean island of St. Vincent is seen from a ferry traveling south to the nearby island of Bequia (pronounced "Beck-way"). St. Vincent and Bequia are two of the 32 islands that make up the nation of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
    Michael Milberger/ABC News
  • Weekend Window to St. Vincent Slideshow

    A sailboat passes by the setting sun off the east coast of St. Vincent. Located in the eastern Caribbean, the island is 13 miles wide and 11 miles long.
    Michael Milberger/ABC News
Join the Discussion
You are using an outdated version of Internet Explorer. Please click here to upgrade your browser in order to comment.
blog comments powered by Disqus