St. Vincent

Our thoughts and prayers are with the island of St. Vincent as they recently experienced an active volcano. “For beauty rises from the ashes” May you be stronger than yesterday and even more amazing tomorrow. St.Vincent and the Grenadine has 32 islands and some of the most romantic luxury inns, resorts, small boutique hotels, plantations, and private honeymoon island spots for all the newlyweds. This Caribbean jewel comprises St. Vincent, the main island along with a chain of smaller islands.

The best time to visit St. Vincent and The Grenadines in the months of May to June and November.

From December until April is the peak season since the temperatures are dry and warm. Most European visitors are lured to St. Vincent during these months because of the beautiful weather.

January to midApril is relatively cooler, while June to December is the humid, hot, and rainy season. Unfortunately, July and October are the months of hurricanes but hotel prices tend to be less and crowd thins out. The culture of this place is strongly linked with the sea and sailing, which has brought together the multi-ethnic, vibrant community of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The most popular dishes include callaloo soup, fish, lobster, shrimp, pumpkin soup, whelk, breadfruit, salt fish, and fried jackfish.

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Sandals St. Vincent Resort

Welcome to Paradise at Sandals Resort in St. Vincent!

Are you ready for an unforgettable experience in the heart of the Caribbean? Look no further than the newest jewel in the Sandals crown—St. Vincent! At Knot Your Average Events, we’re thrilled to introduce you to this breathtaking destination, where white-sand beaches, lush landscapes, and vibrant culture come together to create the perfect backdrop for your dream event.

Weather Bliss

St. Vincent is blessed with a tropical climate, making it a year-round paradise for your special occasions. Imagine exchanging vows with the gentle sea breeze and the warm sun kissing your skin. The average temperature ranges from 77°F to 88°F, promising that your celebration will be bathed in the perfect, sun-kissed glow.

Adventure Awaits

This Caribbean gem isn’t just about lounging on the beach (though that’s definitely an option!). St. Vincent offers a myriad of excursions and activities to suit every taste. Dive into the crystal-clear waters for world-class snorkeling and diving experiences, explore the lush interior on a hiking adventure to La Soufrière volcano, or embark on a catamaran cruise to discover hidden coves and pristine beaches.

Must-See Adventures

While on this enchanting island, don’t miss the chance to explore the Botanic Gardens, one of the oldest in the Western Hemisphere. Marvel at the vibrant flora and fauna that make this place truly magical. For the more adventurous, a trek to Dark View Falls promises a refreshing dip beneath cascading waterfalls—a memory you’ll treasure forever.

On-Property Perfection

Sandals Resort in St. Vincent is a haven of luxury and romance. With its all-inclusive amenities, gourmet dining options, and world-class service, your stay will be nothing short of extraordinary. Relax in your over-the-water bungalow or indulge in a couples massage at the Red Lane® Spa. Every moment is designed to make your event and stay unforgettable.

Island Hopping Extravaganza

One of the perks of choosing St. Vincent for your celebration is the ease of island hopping. With its convenient location, you can effortlessly explore neighboring paradises like Antigua and Barbados. Each island offers its unique charm and attractions, providing you with a diverse range of experiences to enhance your celebration.

At Knot Your Average Events, we’re excited to help you plan the destination event of your dreams at Sandals Resort in St. Vincent. Whether you’re envisioning an intimate beachfront ceremony or a grand celebration under the stars, St. Vincent is ready to exceed your expectations.

Book your dream event in paradise today and let the magic of St. Vincent create memories that will last a lifetime!

A Few St. Vincent Fun Facts

  • La Soufrière Volcano: Saint Vincent is home to La Soufrière, an active volcano that stands as the highest peak on the island. Despite its activity, it’s a popular hiking destination, offering breathtaking views from the summit.

  • Black Sand Beaches: Unlike many other Caribbean islands, Saint Vincent features striking black sand beaches, a result of volcanic activity. The unique color adds a dramatic touch to the island’s coastal landscapes.

  • Botanic Gardens Heritage: Saint Vincent is home to one of the oldest botanical gardens in the Western Hemisphere. Established in 1765, the Kingstown Botanic Gardens showcase a rich collection of indigenous and exotic plant species.

  • Pirates of the Caribbean Connection: The Tobago Cays, a group of small islands near Saint Vincent, served as a filming location for scenes in the famous “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie franchise. You can practically sail in the footsteps of Jack Sparrow!

  • Rich Indigenous Culture: The island has a vibrant Garifuna culture, descendants of indigenous Carib and Arawak people. Their music, dance, and unique traditions contribute to the rich cultural tapestry of Saint Vincent.

  • Whale and Dolphin Watching: The surrounding waters of Saint Vincent offer excellent opportunities for whale and dolphin watching. Various species frequent the area, providing nature enthusiasts with a thrilling experience.
  • Dark View Falls: Dark View Falls is a stunning two-tiered waterfall located in the lush rainforest of Saint Vincent. A short hike leads to this refreshing natural wonder, inviting visitors to cool off in its crystal-clear pools.
  • St. Vincent Parrot: The St. Vincent Parrot, also known as the Amazona Guildingii, is the national bird of Saint Vincent and is endemic to the island. With its vibrant green and purple plumage, it’s a symbol of the island’s unique biodiversity.
  • Carnival Celebrations: Saint Vincent hosts a lively Carnival, typically held in late June to early July. This vibrant celebration includes colorful parades, music, and traditional costumes, reflecting the joyful spirit of the island.
  • Marine Reserves: The Tobago Cays Marine Park, located near Saint Vincent, is a haven for marine life. Snorkelers and divers can explore coral reefs teeming with a variety of fish, sea turtles, and other fascinating underwater creatures.

Popular Curacao Tours

Below is a list of some of the most popular tours in Curacao. Allow us to price these through Island Routes prior to your arrival to guarantee your spot on the day/time you prefer.

  • Deep Sea Half Day Sport Fishing St. Vincent & The Grenadines

    Step aboard the well-equipped 36-foot Luhrs vessel outfitted with top-of-the-line fishing gear and modern amenities to ensure your utmost comfort throughout the journey, and cruise easily out to sea. Your expert captain will take you to some of the best spots on the leeward coast, where you will fish for snapper, barracuda, kingfish or other bigger fish like tuna, or the occasional marlin. Reel in your catch of the day while you sip on refreshing beverages. Whether you’re an experienced angler or a novice looking to learn the ropes, you’re sure to enjoy an incredible day at sea.

  • Dark View Falls & Historical West Coast Experience

    Westward bound, explore massive Arawak stone carvings, remnants of the island’s ancient past. Then, step onto the movie set of the famous Johnny Depp “Pirates of the Caribbean” at Wallilabou Bay, where Port Royal’s harbor was brought to life.  Take photos in the coffins or in the guillotine for memories if you dare.

    As you travel along the coastline, take in the awe-inspiring beauty of St. Vincent’s coastline before reaching the enigmatic 13 Stones site, where rocks carved into animal shapes hold spiritual significance. Continue to Richmond, the island’s farthest accessible point by vehicle, for a view of La Soufriere volcano and a firsthand look at the impact of its last eruption. Your experience concludes with a refreshing shower under the Dark View Waterfalls and a delectable local lunch at Cumberland Recreational Park, leaving you with lasting memories of St. Vincent’s mysteries and natural wonders.

  • Montreal & Botanical Gardens Experience

    Your journey starts the Botanical Gardens, a tranquil sanctuary that has thrived since its establishment in 1765. Spanning across an expansive 8-hectare expanse, you will be immersed in the captivating tapestry of tropical flora that flourishes harmoniously within this idyllic haven.
    Departing from the Botanical Gardens, drive through the bustling tapestry of Kingstown, St. Vincent’s vibrant capital. Here, you will witness architectural wonders and modern marvels that narrate the island’s rich heritage. This scenic journey gradually unfolds into the lush embrace of the Montreal Gardens, a hidden gem concealed within the heart of the Mesopotamia Valley—a region fondly dubbed the “food basket” for its remarkably fertile soil.
    Nestled at an elevation of approximately 450 meters above sea level, the Montreal Gardens offer a captivating vantage point, unveiling awe-inspiring views of the surrounding hills and valleys, which add a dramatic backdrop to this botanical utopia.

Knot Your Average Events

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Phone: (910) 617-2271

Hours of Operation

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Tues: 10am-1pm (EST)
Weds: 10am - 7pm (EST)
Thurs: 10am - 1pm (EST)
Fri: 10am - 7pm (EST)
Sat: Events or by appointment
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