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A land of pristine white sand, crystal-clear waters, lush rainforests, and soaring mountains, St Vincent and the Grenadines boasts some of the best scenery in the Caribbean. Add a rich cultural heritage, vibrant festivals, and abundant outdoor activity, and you have an idyllic holiday destination.
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St Vincent and the Grenadines uses the Eastern Caribbean dollar (EC$).
Happy Island in St. Vincent & The Grenadines. (Photo via Happy Island in St. Vincent & The Grenadines) (Photo Credit: Igbgrant / Wikimedia Commons)
The official national language of St Vincent and the Grenadines is English
St Vincent and the Grenadines has a tropical climate year-round with hot and humid conditions. Temperatures are relatively consistent, with averages ranging from around 75 to 86°F (24 to 30°C) throughout the year.
The country has two main seasons. The dry season runs from December to May. The wet season runs from June to November and is characterized by frequent rainfall and high humidity. The islands can be affected by tropical storms and hurricanes in the wet season.
St Vincent and the Grenadines experience trade winds that blow from the northeast, bringing cool air to the island. The trade winds are an essential factor in St Vincent's climate as they help to regulate temperatures.
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The best time to visit St Vincent And The Grenadines is during the dry season from December to May. While there is minimal temperature fluctuation between the seasons, the dry period is typically less humid and more comfortable.
December to April is peak season, with many vibrant events, such as Mustique's annual Blues Festival in December and the Bequia Easter Regatta in April.
May through June and November are the shoulder seasons. We find that November is perfect for travelers looking for fewer crowds and lower prices. The rainy season is over by November, and peak season is yet to begin.
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