St Vincent and the Grenadines (Saint-Vincent--the-Grenadines-news_by-travel_gc_ca) Displaying image 1 of 5
Manual Slideshow Mode
Top > Caribbean > St Vincent and the Grenadines > Saint-Vincent--the-Grenadines-news_by-travel_gc_ca Return to Home PageView My AlbumNewly AddedRandom DisplayTop HitsTop RatesPlay SlideshowNext Page
[Sort: date name hits rates]   [Thumbs/Page: 8 12 16]   

Saint-Vincent--the-Grenadines-news_by-travel_gc_ca.jpg
Download

IPTC INFO
CaptionSecurity The decision to travel is your responsibility. You are also responsible for your personal safety abroad. The purpose of this Travel Advice is to provide up-to-date information to enable you to make well-informed decisions. Crime Petty crime occurs. Ensure that your personal belongings passports and other travel documents are secure at all times. There have been instances of property being stolen from anchored yachts in the Grenadines. Road travel Traffic drives on the left. Road conditions are generally poor. Mountain roads are narrow and steep with few guardrails or markings. Roadside assistance is not widely available. Exercise caution particularly after dark. Drive defensively at all times. Public transportation Taxis and buses are relatively safe but can be overcrowded and frequently travel at excessive speeds. Consult our Transportation Safety page in order to verify if national airlines meet safety standards. General safety information Exercise caution when swimming due to strong currents and undertow especially around Trinity Falls Warriacou and Mount Wynne. Do not swim alone after hours or outside marked areas. Avoid deserted and unpatrolled beaches after dark. Always hire an experienced guide and ensure that the trekking company is reputable for mountain expeditions to the northern area of Saint Vincent due to limited police presence notably in Trinity Falls Falls of Baleine and Soufrière. Entry/Exit Requirements It is the sole prerogative of each country or region to determine who is allowed to enter. Canadian consular officials cannot intervene on your behalf if you do not meet entry requirements. The following information on entry and exit requirements has been obtained from the authorities of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. However these requirements are subject to change at any time. It is your responsibility to check with the Consulate of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines for up-to-date information. Official special and diplomatic passport holders must consult the Official Travel page as they may be subject to different entry requirements. Passport Canadians must present a passport to visit Saint Vincent and the Grenadines which must be valid for at least six months beyond the date of expected departure from that country. Canadians must also be in possession of a return airline ticket and proof of sufficient funds.
HeadlineCanadian Government County Travel Advisory is well organized and frequently updated. Always hire an experienced guide and ensure that the trekking company is reputable for mountain expeditions to the northern area of Saint Vincent due to limited police presence notably in Trinity Falls Falls of Baleine and Soufrière.
Copyright Noticetravel.gc.ca/ destinations/ saint-vincent-the-grenadines
Byline (Photographer)Faraaz Abdool
URLhttp://travel.gc.ca/destinations/saint-vincent-the-grenadines

Filename Size Date Added Hits Rate It!
Saint-Vincent--the-Grenadines-news_by-travel_gc_ca.JPG 28 Kb 12/26/2013 394 0.00 (0 votes)

Return to Thumbnail View
Send As A Postcard

C A T E G O R I E S
Welcome Guest

S E A R C H
AND   OR   PHRASE