Though tourism and other services have moderately grown over the years in Saint Vincent & the Grenadines, agriculture still remains as the most important portion of the economy. Depicting a French and British colonial history, this island nation within the Caribbean is located to the north of Trinidad and Tobago. Maintaining a considerable potential for the development of tourism, Saint Vincent & the Grenadines are sprawled over a total volcanic mountainous landscape of 389 square kilometers.
Served through regular scheduled flight services to/from the nearby islands like Canouan, St. Lucia, Barbados and St. Kitts; the Saint Vincent & the Grenadines group of islands are having many docks and bays, some of which are large enough to accommodate cruise ships as well. Offering plenty of hiking and water sporting activities, these Caribbean islands are simply a tourist delight.