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Book flights to St. Vincent and take off on a wonderful holiday in the amazing volcanic island. If you're looking for that perfect escape, St. Vincent is the hub of all activities. Enjoy a relaxing stroll around central town and explore the striking Roman Catholic Church. Walk hand in hand with your beloved around the city's beautiful gardens and explore the key landmarks. Your flight will land at Argyle International Airport that is located 5 miles from Kingston. Being an adorable spot for couples and families, Crystal Travel is offering special offers on St. Vincent flight deals. Securing your flight with Crystal Travel assures that you'll be booking inexpensive flight deals to St. Vincent. With our best price guarantee, rest assured that we can provide you with the lowest prices to this stunning destination and with our outstanding customer service, you can always rely on us to get the best deal that will help you to save big. So, what better time to book your tickets? Hurry, book flight tickets to St. Vincent and grab discounts right away!Read More

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  • The aerial distance from London to St. Vincent is 4, 233 miles
  • Flights to St. Vincent from London approximately takes 10h 30min
  • Popular Airlines from London to St. Vincent: British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Americal Airlines and Delta
  • Capital: Kingstown
  • Population: 105,212 as of 2017
  • Area: 345 km2
  • Language: English is the official language of St. Vincent
  • Festivals: Mustique Blues Festival, Bequia Easter Regatta, Vincy Mas, National Dance Festival, Independence Day and Nine Days Festival

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Planning a trip to St. Vincent? Whether work or pleasure, travelling can be challenging sometimes. Beginning with weather conditions, going on to book cheap St. Vincent flights, finalising airport transfers and accommodation, there's a lot of work involved. Our expert travel agents are there to assist you and provide a solution to your queries in regard to your travel. With flexibility, you can nab fabulous deals that will help you grab cheap flights to St. Vincent from London and utilise the remaining money for more tours and activities.

About St-Vincent


Powdery beaches, clear azure waters, lush palm trees and no crowd — St. Vincent has all the qualities of a tropical Caribbean escape. Situated south of St. Lucia, St. Vincent and its neighbouring chain of islands have long been the hotbed for elite travellers. Now with an airport, blooming hotels and tourism, travelling to St. Vincent is much more than a mere holiday.

Best Time to Visit St-Vincent


The best time to book tickets to St. Vincent is from May to June and November. During these shoulder months, hotels drop their rates to attract travellers. December through April is the peak season that lures European visitors to experience warm and dry Caribbean temperatures.

Best Places to Visit in St-Vincent


Saint Vincent is the biggest island of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. It is home to La Soufriere, a live volcano with its summit as the highest mountain in the country. Kingston is the largest town with a modern setup that is best for exploring. The interior is rugged and thickly afforested with gorgeous beaches around it. In contrast, the beaches in St. Vincent are blessed with white sand. The Vermont Nature Trail is a popular way to get around the island’s remarkable natural scenery and witness several island’s common species as well as over 500 birds. Other top places in St. Vincent are listed below:

Petit St. Vincent: Situated roughly 40 miles from St. Vincent, Petit St. Vincent is the southern tip that completes Saint Vincent and the Grenadines together. The interior consists of hills and tropical forest. Marni Hill stands at 275 feet and the surrounding place is popular for hiking, diving and snorkelling.

Botanic Garden St. Vincent: Located 1 mile from Kingstown, the Botanic Garden is one of the world's oldest gardens preserving rare tropical plants from 1765. Spread over 20 acres of stunning beauty, the garden is incredibly enchanting with several weddings taking place.

Canouan: Canouan is a tiny island in the Caribbean, forests, beaches and hills dominate the area. One of the most popular beaches in St. Vincent is the Grand Bay Beach. Visitors can enjoy calm, protected waters and the volcanic rocks lined up.

Dark View Falls: Situated at the foot of La Soufriere, Dark View Falls are two bewitching waterfalls that originate from Richmond River. Take a 15-minute walk and reach the falls for a breathtaking view.

Happy Island: Just off St. Vincent's coast is a very special island that is home to millions of abandoned shells. You can explore the beach and sample some delicious snacks at the restaurants.

Mayreau: The smallest inhabited island is just one and a half square mile with one ancient village. Walk up the hill to reach the village and enjoy a tour around. Explore an age-old Catholic Church and soak up the appealing views of the cays.

Moonhole: Located on the western tip of Bequia Island, Moonhole got its name from a giant arch in the volcanic hill that displays the shape of a moon. The home was built in 1960 by Gladys and Thomas and it is open for exploration.

Mustique: Mustique is a private island in St. Vincent. It is known for its gorgeous, white-sand beaches. Among the beaches, Macaroni Beach, Pasture Bay Beach and Endeavour Beach are the popular attractions.

Owia Salt Pond: Located near the small village of Owia, Owia Salt Pond was created by the lava from Soufriere volcano which was later cooled by the sea. The pond, large volcanic rocks and the volcano, together with other key sites attract visitors from far and near.

Palm Island: Located one mile from Union Island, Palm Island is famous for coconut plantation. It also houses the Palm Island Resort and Spa. This island is also a haven for birds and wildlife. Numerous turtle colonies can be seen. You can also geckos, crabs, birds, doves and more.

Airport serving London & St-Vincent


London: Six international airports and other smaller airports serve London, making it the busiest airport system in the world by passenger numbers. London airports are London City Airport (LCY), London-Gatwick (LGW), London-Heathrow (LHR), London-Luton (LTN), Southend (SEN) and London-Stansted (STN), out of which London Heathrow is the main hub with four terminals, shops, restaurants, lounges with unrestricted Wi-Fi access and more.

St. Vincent: Argyle International Airport (SVD) is a newly constructed international airport in St. Vincent, about 5.17 miles from Kingstown. The airport is one of the most important infrastructure assets and the country's first international airport. This airport connects St. Vincent to major airports in the UK as well as other airports in the Caribbean. It is the largest of five airports in the multi-island nation of St. Vincent and the largest international gateway into the country.

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