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The crew was very friendly and knowledgeable. The food we ate at the plantation was delicious, it was a day well spent.
Excellent day out on the catamaran, the crew were great fun really enjoyable day, downside was the volcano bit of an anti climax.
On this trip, you get your money's worth! Best way to cover as much as possible in one day. Catamaran sail was a blast, the botanical garden and volcano tour guides are great, and lunch was delicious! The snorkeling was great; we saw all kinds of fish in Anse Cochon, and some of them would come extremely close to us. We met great people on this day sail, including the catamaran crew. The tour description said: "Stop at a local copra house where you'll see how a coconut is dried and processed into oil, margarine and soap. You'll have the opportunity to taste the locally grown cocoa pods even before they are turned into delicious chocolate bars! " We did not do that. It was a bit disappointing, but our day was still extremely packed. Be prepared to be bombarded with locals selling necklaces when you dock in Soufriere as well as at the volcano. Overall, it was a great day!
The trip did not start well as for some reason they did not send a boat in to pick us up or organise a local taxi to take us to the boat as they could not get aparently with the sails.
So it was at least a hour or more late.
Once we got on the boat we cannot fault the trip as it was marvelleous and you packed everything in and more that anyone could wish for. The lunch was very very good.
Mary and Mick
Nice trip overall, you get to see the whole island in half the time. The only thing, the sail was way too long. Was about 2 1/2 hrs each way. We visited the cocoa plantation which was very interesting,the Pitons, and drive in volcano with an informative guide and sulpher springs . We did not visit the Botanical Garden as advertised or the waterfalls.. The sail through Marigot Bay was a real wast of time, really nothing to see. The buffet was DELICIOUS! The unlimited soft drinks, beer, water and rum punch on the sail was great! Overall a great way to experience St. Lucia and its landmarks. Would recommend for anyone while you're here!
Fantastic trip. Tours were nice but went too long before getting lunch(we were all starving).
It was my friends 50th Birthday, and we had a very big boat. it was overcrowded, but the atmosphere was good. We had soft drink going but on the way back Rum Punch was flowing and beers... There was also a drinking competion for the male and females on the boat. Overall we enjoyed ourselves as we went to the Sulphur volcanios and also the Botanical Gardens. Well done Viator
A perfect day! It was fun all day long with a friendly crew, local rum drinks, baby bananas for snacks and of course the amazing views! The land excursion portion was fun and educational. We loved the botanical gardens and buffet lunch. Just be sure to bring your own snorkeling equipment (we didn't know) and fyi you don't get to get into the sulfur springs. Overall, we were very pleased with our trip on the Endless Summer!!
ended up having to re schedule as we did not confirm reservation 24hrs in advance, - our tick - if you've paid and committed to it you should be there unless otherwise advised ???
fantastic trip, great folks hosting, so much to see, ENJOY
Overall the trip was very nice. There should be a disclaimer that this trip is not an activity for very young children. There was a couple who brought a toddler with them. The tours are pretty fast paced and except for 40 minutes on the beach probably not "fun" for small children.
The view is really nice but the music is really loud! It is more of a party boat, they even had a drinking contest!
the boat never came in to pick us up as promised. we had to make many calls to get them back and get a dinghy to the catamaran.
also was not starting the tour until 11 AM and not 8 as advertised.