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worth the drive to get there

Very interesting drive to get to the valley, but views were amazing and if you know something of... read more

Reviewed 30 April 2017
BusinessTrav999
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Pasco, Washington
Rain forest without the rain

Amazing valley that just keeps on going, up and up into the hills and then a mountain. Views back... read more

Reviewed 12 April 2017
Petercf001
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Liphook, United Kingdom
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Buried in between two mountains, this valley offers tough hiking.
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Reviewed 30 April 2017

Very interesting drive to get to the valley, but views were amazing and if you know something of farming, identifying the various crops and areas is pretty interesting, The drive there was a little hair raising given the tight switchbacks and narrow roads but worth...More

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Reviewed 12 April 2017

Amazing valley that just keeps on going, up and up into the hills and then a mountain. Views back down to the sea, a jeep/Guitars helps as does some patience to navigate the route but the scenery is worth it.

Thank Petercf001
Reviewed 2 April 2017

Having been underwhelmed at the Black Point Tunnel we decided to return via the Valley. The drive was a challenge because our 4 wheel drive hire car wasn't ! It only had 2 wheel drive; the road surface is full of potholes and becomes tracklike...More

1  Thank Debbie C
Reviewed 19 March 2017

All farming on St Vincent done by hand. This is a lovely valley. So green and lush. Many crops farmed.

Thank Traci H
Reviewed 2 November 2016

This is a majestic view and a small part of St Vincent history, however it is not in the top five must see sights for me though.

Thank Mr S
Reviewed 20 February 2016

It is a lovely valley - the major agricultural area but not spoilt by machinery. Everything appears to be done by hand and most of the food produced in grown on terraces. Small villages and hamlets dot the area as you drive along. This is...More

1  Thank Stephanie P
Reviewed 3 February 2016

We stopped off at view point overlooking verdant agricultural 'bowl' formed by long dormant volcano on way to Montreal Gardens. Unfortunately as we were there on Market Day in Kingstown (Friday) no street vendors were present. Every strip of land irrespective of the gradient was...More

1  Thank Philmonty
Reviewed 26 January 2016

If touring the island this is an area you should not miss and, once there, a visit to Montreal Gardensis recommended. It is a lovely fertile spot and there are great views nearby. Just taking a taxi ride ther without seeing oher parts of the...More

Thank djpend
Reviewed 24 January 2016

This is a beautiful area not to be missed. Suggest hiring a driver to make the best of your trip. Take time for this!

Thank Eliz102
Reviewed 30 October 2015

The Mesopotamia Valley in the interior of St. Vincent north of Kingstown is a highly cultivated, fertile area of the island. The small farms climb the steep mountainsides which are clothed in all shades of green. At the end of the fields the jungle takes...More

1  Thank Lesly D
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