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The beach is poorly cared for. It was a really long drive from where we were staying on the other side of kingston, and, although it was cool to see the famous rock where they hung pirates in the movie, and the set, that couldn’t...More
If you are a fan of Pirates of the Caribbean or any other movie with pirates well take this drive and be prepared for a photographic experience. Try to go during tje sunset hours from 5pm to get beautiful shots of the sun gowing down....More
We had read a lot about problems sailing and staying overnight here. Overall a great experience, we arrived to be met by 'speedy' a real gentleman boat boy (extra in the original film) who sorted our mooring, gave us advice and guided us to the...More
The Pirates of the Caribbean moved there, but everything is fake as backdrops to film. There is nothing to see except the rock at the entrance to the bay. Just everyone sets their hands. Only the Jaromir Jagr´s bar is real.
This should be a great attraction for the island but it has been left to fall ruin
The pirates must of been robbed
There are a few of the old film set in place, but dot understand why there are showing old phones
As you’ve probably already read there isn’t much to the place but all the buildings are the originals from the film and some of the props remain. I’d recommend visiting if you’re on the leeward side of the island especially if you’re going somewhere else...More
We were really excited to visit St Vincent due to the connection with Pirates of the Caribbean's first 2 films ( we are really big fans). We were allowed to disembark the catamaran, which dropped us right on the beach. We were able to look...More
If you look at my reviews you will see that I don’t normally post negative comments but I feel in this case needs must. We only visited as part of a combined Catamaran and bus tour of the island so our short stop wasn’t a...More
We drove up the coast to visit here specially. However after arriving by car (45 min drive the capital) the place looked so uninviting, derelict and unwelcoming that we felt too intimidated to stop. St Vincent is short on tourist attractions - this is a...More