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Kingstown is the capital of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and has a total population of about 20,000 inhabitants. It is located on the south coast of the main island of Saint Vincent and functions as the administrative, cultural and economical centre of the island nation. It also is a major port town with cargoships exporting many of its agricultural products and cruiseships bringing in thousands of tourists annualy. Everything in and around Kingstown is centred around this port function but if you want some more secluded places, there are many black and white sanded beaches nearby!
Kingstown have a hot and humid tropical climate with average daytime temperatures between 28 and 30 degrees Celcius and average nights around 23 degrees Celcius. Most rain falls between June and October with a chance of hurricanes from August onwards. Therefore, the drier (and slightly cooler) December to April period is the best time to visit weatherwise. Unfortunately prices rise sharply during this period and the months of November and May still have good weather. So budgetwise these latter months may be a good option as well.
Admiralty Transport (phone 784 458 3348) and Bequia Express (phone 784 458 3472) have 4 boats togethere, travelling between the island of Bequia and Kingstown on Saint Vincent. There are 7 sailings on weekdays, 5 on Saturdays and 2 on Sundays.
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