1. The Pirates of the Caribbean Tour and Beach Visit
Your journey will begin with the capital of Kingstown, where you will be shown around and given information about some of the city's most interesting historical buildings. You will then journey on to Fort Charlotte, which is a British-colonial-era fort built on a hill overlooking the harbor of Kingstown, Saint Vincent. It is located in the parish of Saint Andrew, Saint Vincent, and the Grenadines. The fort enjoys a panoramic view of the Leeward side of the island, including Kingstown, Young Island, Bequia, and Mustique. Continuing your journey, you will drive through the two fishing villages of Layou and Barrouallie, where you will be making quick stops for photos. Your next stop will be to Wallilabou Bay, where the opening scenes of "Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of The Black Pearl" were filmed. Just a stone's throw away is Wallilabou Falls, which will be your next stop. It sits on the Wallilabou River on the Leeward coast of St. Vincent, near Wallilabou Bay. Large Samaan trees cover the pool and its adjacent areas, creating a relatively cool micro-climate for the core area of the park. These and other plants create a habitat for several species of birds, and large boulders reflect the land's geological history and create interesting landscapes. Your final site will be the beautiful and picturesque Villa Beach, where you will have an amazing view of the Young Island Resort. This resort was where Johnny Depp and some of his crew members stayed while they were filming the Pirates of the Caribbean. Villa Beach also has nice bars and restaurants, as well as good bathroom facilities.