Come find the way the Caribbean used to be

Jungles and Waterfalls

Harmony Hall Resorts, St.Vincent

Mesopotamia here in St. Vincent  is known as being the “Bread-basket” of the Caribbean.  All kinds of tropical plants thrive here on the island of St.Vincent. The freshest fruits, vegetables, flowers and fauna you have ever seen growing on steep mountain sides made of rich, dark volcanic soil.

Waterfalls of crystal clear mountain waters.

Waterfalls over black basalt and pumice.

Visit one of our amazing waterfalls with us here.

Natures massage.

The people of St.Vincent are still turning the rich volcanic soil by hand and organically growing everything from mahogany and chocolate to peanuts and bananas. We are the second largest producer of nutmeg, allspice, cinnamon, and the largest producer of arrowroot. Once used as a thickening agent in baby-foods, arrowroot is now used in the production of thermo-paper for credit card machines. St.Vincent is Europe’s primary supplier of banana, plantain, mango, lime, lemon, and lots of wonderful spices.  Come find yourself in this tropical paradise. Don’t miss the breadfruit. A cutting from the original Captain Bligh’s breadfruit tree still lives here in St. Vincent in the oldest botanical garden in the western hemisphere.  Trees from all over the world can be found here. Private, quiet, serene gardens and thick wonderful rain-forest are calling.

The flower from the "cannonball tree" only lasts for one day.

Plants and palms from all over the world at the botanical gardens.

The original Breadfruit was from Tahiti and came to the Caribbean via Captain Bleigh on the ship called the Bounty. A sapling from that original tree still lives in St.Vincent.

Book your time here at Harmony Hall Resorts NOW and save.

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2 responses

  1. No problem thanks for your support. Come see us soon!

    January 18, 2012 at 9:00 pm

  2. We’re a group of volunteers and starting a new scheme in our community. Your web site offered us with valuable information to work on. You have done an impressive job and our entire community will be grateful to you.

    April 11, 2012 at 12:43 pm

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