Lying south of St Lucia, St Vincent, along with the Grenadines, make up part of the Windward Islands.
Like all the Windwards, St Vincent is volcanic and mountainous with luxuriant vegetation and sandy beaches. Diving and yachting are hugely popular in this archipelago, along with the promise of blissful relaxation in a luxurious setting.
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he Caribbean has two seasons, the dry and the wet, however they are not always very well differentiated. During the dry season, from February to June, there will often be weeks of clear sunny weather broken only by an occasional small rain shower. In the wet season, from July until January, there will still be plenty of sunshine, but with more frequent showers and occasional rainy days with no sun.
There is very little temperature difference between the seasons; you can expect 25° to 29°C all year around.
The mountainous terrain of St Vincent tends to increase the rainfall above that of smaller, flatter islands in the Windward group.
All months receive appreciable rain, but the heaviest rain is more likely to occur from July to November. This is the hurricane season and, although the most violent of these tropical storms may only strike St Vincent and the Grenadines every few years, less severe ones cause appreciable rainfall over quite a wide area.
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