Falls of Baleine
One of the most beautiful natural landmarks in Saint Vincent is Falls of Baleine.
Map of the site
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This waterfall is located in a secluded, remote valley in the north of the island. There are no proper roads leading towards it, thus the best way to see Baleine Falls is to wait for calm weather and go there by boat.
Tourists (and local people too) love a day trip to this gorgeous waterfall. When the group stops at the mouth of a small stream, falls are nearby – just some 100 m inland.
Falls have formed on a small stream which comes down from a volcano.
Water falls down in a single leap, at the base of the falls has formed a basin. Visitors often take a refreshing dip in it.
This Caribbean country offers great scenery and has many interesting natural landmarks and archaeological, and architectural values. Especially interesting are the mysterious petroglyphs.
The Caribbean is a unique group of islands. These islands are somewhat similar – tropical islands surrounded by the blue Caribbean sea. At the same time, they are very diverse – from enormous Cuba to minuscule Saba, from dry Bonaire to jungle-covered mountains of Trinidad, and from the flat Bahamas to mountainous Dominica.
Some of the most fascinating and awe-inspiring natural monuments are waterfalls or locations where a river abruptly changes its elevation.