Explore St. Lucia by both land and sea to experience the true beauty of this island. Start with an excursion to Morne Fortune, see banana plantations, fishing villages and rich tropical vegetation before arriving at Soufriere, home of the landmark Pitons. On this St. Lucia adventure tour, you'll have the opportunity to visit the Sulphur Springs, Diamond Waterfalls and Botanical Gardens. After lunch, return by boat, cruising the coastline with a stop to swim and snorkel!
- Explore St. Lucia by both land and sea
- Visit the Sulphur Srpings, Diamond Waterfalls and Botanical Gardens
- Travel through Soufriere and learn about the beautiful Pitons
- Enjoy a cruise on Marigot Bay
- Stop for a swim at a beautiful cove
- Complimentary pickup and drop off from most North Island hotels
What You Can Expect
Enjoy "the best of both worlds" as you experience the quaint and beautiful landscape of the island by coach and the spectacular coastline by boat. This excursion has been described by many as "exciting", "scenic", "informative" and "great value for money".
Drive through the banana plantations, the tropical vegetation and two fishing villages on the outskirts of the rainforest. Then, descend into Soufriere, home of the beautiful and spectacular "Pitons". Visit the Sulphur Springs in the drive-in volcano and the amazing Diamond Botanical Gardens, where tropical flowers grow in profusion.
Stop for Lunch at a local restaurant before joining a boat for the return journey along the island’s fascinating coastline. Stop to swim or snorkel and cruise to beautiful Marigot Bay. Return to the dock where the bus will be waiting to take you back to your North Island hotel.
Was a lot of fun! Knowledgable tour guides that wanted to make sure you had a great time. Lunch provided was delicious and scenic at "The Still" restaurant. Only recommendation would be to minimize the number of people on the catamaran sea portion. It was quite crowded with multiple tour groups.
A good (but fairly hectic) day out. They cram a lot into the morning, frequently stopping for various sights, views etc. before visiting the Botanic Gardens (beautiful) and Sulphur Springs at the volcano (a bit pongy but very interesting.) After lunch, by contrast, there is a leisurely sail back up the coast including a stop to swim off a small sandy cove. Our guide Sylvia, was a mine of information telling us lots about all things St. Lucian. A great way to see a lot of the Island and its major sights in one day.