There’s been an increase in seismic activity in the eastern Caribbean over the last month, including the underwater volcano ‘Kick’em Jenny’, located 5 miles off the coast of Grenada, which has shown signs of higher activity.
Be vigilant and monitor radio and TV stations to keep up to date with latest developments. You should familiarise yourself with the guidance on how to deal with an earthquake on the US Federal Emergency Management Agency website and monitor the Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre website for alerts and warnings.
There is no British High Commission in St Vincent and the Grenadines. If you need consular assistance, contact the British High Commission in Barbados.
Cases of Chikungunya virus have been confirmed in St Vincent and the Grenadines. You should take steps to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes. For more details about this outbreak, see the website of the National Health Network and Centre.
The hurricane season in the Caribbean normally runs from June to November. See Natural disasters
Over 15,900 British nationals visited St Vincent and the Grenadines in 2014.
Most visits are trouble-free, but there have been incidents of crime including murder, robbery and assault. See Crime
There is a low threat from terrorism. See Terrorism
Take out comprehensive travel and medical insurance before you travel.