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An excellent excursion for nature lovers! St. Lucia possesses a topography and ecology of stunning beauty, matched by no other location in the Caribbean. Take a short walk along a forest trail to the heart of the lush green forest to experience the tropical flora and fauna up close!
- Enjoy a guided walk through the tropical rainforest in St. Lucia
- Learn about the diverse topography and ecology of St. Lucia
- Up close views of distinct exotic flora and fauna
- Complimentary pickup and drop off from most North Island hotels
- Arriving to St; Lucia on a cruise ship? Book this as a shore excursion here!
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What You Can Expect
A short scenic drive to the lush green forest allows you to enjoy the warmth and quaintness that sums up St. Lucia. You'll be met by an expert forestry guide who will lead you on an awe inspiring nature walk. You'll explore massive gommier trees and blue mahaut trees, various species of lichen as they intricately wind their way up large tree trunks, wild anthurim lilies, wild nutmeg and the seemingly endless species of flora and fauna.
Savor the privilege of sharing a habitat with endemic birds like the Mangrove Cuckoo and the Black Finch as you stroll through their enchanting and natural sanctuary. There is the chance of seeing or hearing the cry of the elusive "St. Lucian Parrot" and experiencing the thrill of viewing a Boa Constrictor lying in cool indifference on a tree trunk.
Part of the Aerial Tram and Zipline set up. Well organised, and our knowledgable guide Terry told us a lot about the Rainforest. The walk took about 3 hours in total and altogether climbs about 800 feet. Consequently there are quite a lot of fairly steep stepped sections, so a bit more strenuous than we were expecting. However there is no forcing of the pace and there were frequent stops.
We had a really informative guide but the walk was quite steep in places and although my husband and I were able to manage it, a few people had to drop out half way. Perhaps it should have been made clearer in the information that the walk was quite strenuous.