The Owia Salt Pond is located on the Northeastern coast of St. Vincent close to the Carib village of Owia, a two-hour drive along the scenic eastern coast of St. Vincent. Along the way you can see the Rabacca Dry River, (ash flow from the 1902 eruption of the La Soufrière Volcano), Black Point Tunnel dug by the British in 1815 using slave labour and same of the best black sand beaches in the World.
Owia is home for many of the indigenous people of St. Vincent. Be sure to take a dip in the famous Salt Pond.
For more information visit National Parks, Rivers And Beaches Authority