We anchored South of the pilings that the boat boys usually tie everyone up on. We dropped the anchor in about 20 feet and the boat sat in 8 feet. Once we got the stern anchor set near the beach it kept the bow into the swell and it was very comfortable.
The water was very clear and great for swimming!
Wallilabou Bay was the main location for the filming of The Pirates of the Caribbean movie in 2003. Many of the props and sets are still there and kinda being preserved. It's looking a bit run down, but still very cool to see. All the boat boys in the area talk about how nice Johnny and Keira were and will tell you about how they were extras in the movie.
We walked along the road to a nearby waterfall that was more of a swimming hole than anything else. You had to pay to get in and swim so we just had a quick peek and then headed back to the boat for a free swim. The countryside is so dense with vegetation and is really beautiful. St. Vincent is definitely one of the prettiest islands, unfortunately, the people are the sketchiest.