Geography of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Where is the country of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines located on world map? According to COUNTRYAAH.COM, Saint Vincent and The Grenadines is an independent nation located in North America. The independence day of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is celebrated on October 27th, and is known as ‘Independence Day’. This marks the day in 1979 when Saint Vincent and the Grenadines declared its independence from the United Kingdom. The formal name of the country is ‘Saint Vincent and the Grenadines’, and its symbols are the Flag, Coat of Arms, and National Anthem. The Flag of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines consists of a blue background with three yellow stars at the top left corner, a green triangle at the bottom right corner, and a yellow triangle at the bottom left corner. The Coat of Arms displays a shield featuring symbols representing agriculture, fishing, forestry, industry, tourism, unity, justice, peace, loyalty and patriotism. Finally, the national anthem is called ‘Oh Land of Beauty’, which celebrates the beauty of St. Vincent and The Grenadines. See historyaah for Saint Vincent and the Grenadines history.


The islands are part of a volcanic arch. The highest mountain is Soufrière in the northern part of Saint Vincent, which is an active volcano and reaches up to 1,234 m. The last eruption occurred in 1979 and caused great damage. The rivers from this and the other mountains are made up of short, short streams that cut through the dense forest. The coasts have coral reefs and dazzling white sand beaches.

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The islands have a warm and humid tropical climate. The average annual temperature in Kingstown is 27 °C. The mountain areas receive up to 4,000 mm of rain per year; the corresponding figures for the coastal areas are 1,500 and 2,000 mm. Characteristic plants in the lush vegetation are hibiscus and various palm trees.

Nature conservation

Saint Vincent and The Grenadines Wildlife

In 2009, there were six protected areas in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The St. Vincent Parrot Reserve (44 km2) was set aside to protect the endemic parrot species Saint Vincent amazon (Amazoʹna guildiʹngii) which is the country’s national symbol.