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This trip involves a tour of the Fort Charlotte, located in Edinboro, St. Vincent. From there we head to the Pirates of the Caribbean at Walliabou and on the way you will get a view of the Windward side of the Island of St. Vincent. Finally, you can relax at the Walliabou Heritage Park and take a swim under the mini waterfalls or take a swim in the beautiful waters of the Buccament BeachI am an experienced and punctual tour driver and have been doing so for over 15 years. My knowledge of St. Vincent and the Grenadines helps me to have discussions and explain to visitors about the history and the various attractions in St. Vincent. We guarantee that you will have a wonderful time on our tours.
La Soufrière- If you are an eco-tourist, if a day of climbing and hiking fancies you or if you are just looking for the most stunning view available then this trail (4km each way) to an active volcano, St. Vincent’s highest point (4048 feet), La Soufrière, is the tour for you. For the average hiker, two hours will take you to the summit where you can behold the majestic beauty of the Volcano. This tour takes you along the picturesque windward (eastern) coast, through banana and coconut plantations. You travel along steep volcanic ridges verdant with bamboo and tropical trees. One may even be able to climb down into the crater to get a closer look at the steaming doom which plugs the amazing feat. The “on top of the world feeling” and its marvelous view makes this site one not to pass by. Facilities include gazebos, washrooms and parking.
A guided tour of the beautiful Montreal Gardens, with the added bonus of seeing the Belmont Lookout panoramic viewpoint. Plus, see a black sand beach along Brighton Salt Pond.See the largest interior settlement on the island called Mesopotamia Valley, where you will see farmers and local residents engaging in the Caribbean country lifestyle. There is a great diversity of agriculture in the area.The Montreal Gardens are lush botanical gardens with a very diverse array of plant life. See some of the most beautiful plants and colorful flowers on the island. You will also see the river runs through the gardens.The Brighton Salt Pond offers the unique opportunity to see a black sand beach along the southeastern coast, with a nice area for swimming.
This tour starts with a 15 minutes tour of the Botanical Gardens, then we'll drive along the Windward side of the Island to the beautiful Montreal Gardens, where you will be able to tour the Gardens and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Finally, we will return to the beautiful Villa Beach where you can swim and relax in the sun.
This tour starts with a 15 minutes tour of the Fort Charlotte, then we'll drive along the Leeward side of the Island to the beautiful Dark View Falls, where you will be able to hike the short trail and bath under the falls. Finally relax and enjoy a soak at the Buccament Bay.
Going to the Falls of Baleine, when landed on St. Vincent from a cruise ship, is usually difficult. We offer a full experience and make it as easy, convenient and stress-free as possible to visit the waterfall while offering the most hospitable experience possible!
This is a coastal cruise from the Villa Beach from which you'd be able to see the coast of the country and the beaches of Clare Valley, Petit Byahaut (Pirates of the Caribbean Set Location), Buccament Bay, Layou, Bambareaux, and Waliabou (Pirates of the Caribbean Set Location)
Going to the Cays, when landed on St. Vincent from a cruise ship, is usually difficult. We offer a full experience and make it as easy, convenient and stress-free as possible to visit the island while offering the most hospitable experience possible!The Tobago Cays are an archipelago located in the Southern Grenadines of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines comprising five small islands and extensive coral reefs. The cays - Petit Rameau, Petit Bateau, Baradal, Petit Tabac and Jamesby - are all uninhabited and are a popular tourism destination.
Going to Baliceaux, when landed on St. Vincent from a cruise ship, is usually difficult. We offer a full experience and make it as easy, convenient and stress-free as possible to visit the island while offering the most hospitable experience possible!Discovered by Spanish sailors during the 15th Century, this sprawling, 320 acre private island has enjoyed a long and interesting history. During the Carib Wars of 1769 – 1795, Gun Hill – at almost 3,901 ft. above sea level the island’s highest point - served as a lookout for soldiers during the Carib Wars of 1772-1797. These days, however, the hill serves as the perfect vantage point for watching the sun set over the glittering waters of the Caribbean Sea.
Going to Bequia, when landed on St. Vincent from a cruise ship, is usually difficult. We offer a full experience and make it as easy, convenient and stress-free as possible to visit the island while offering the most hospitable experience possible!
See a unique creation of mother nature, where volcanic rock meets the Atlantic Ocean. This pool is delightful to sit in overlooking the seashore. Relax in the salt water, take a walk, or have a picnic. On a clear day, you will get a beautiful view of the Piton Mountains in St. Lucia.
This tour is a challenging hike to the 4,000-foot summit of La Soufriere Volcano. A tour for the adventurous, it is one of the ultimate highlights of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.This tour includes transportation from your accommodations to the trailhead, a guided hike to the summit and back to the trailhead, and transportation back to your accommodations. The hike takes approximately 4 to 6 hours roundtrip.
The La Soufriere Volcano is the highest mountain peak in St.vincent standing at 4,048ft. This is still an active volcano which last erupted in the year 1979. The total trail is approximately 9miles (15km) long through a rain forest which greets you with panoramic views of the windward and the leeward landscape of svg at the top.
Hike the La Soufriere Volcano and enjoy the a breathtaking, panoramic Birdseye view of the Leeward coast of St. Vincent. With an elevation of 4049ft above sea level it is the highest peek on the island. Also you will get the chance to see our neighboring island St. Lucia on a day with good visibility.
The La Soufriere trail is the literal apex of adventure within the borders of St. Vincent & the Grenadines. While on the top of this volcano, you would not only be on the highest point within the country (and possibly the Caribbean) but you'd also feel the thrill of the accomplishment of traversing a still active volcano
The fascinating Dark View Falls tour runs along the West coast of St. Vincent and the Grenadines to the foothills of La Soufriere Volcano. Scenic photo stops along the way will show you our rugged, natural terrain. Passing black sand beaches along the way. A short walk through a bamboo grove, which includes the option of traversing a traditional bamboo pedestrian bridge, will bring you to the impressive falls, which has a pool for bathing and spectacular views. The waterfall cascades about 100 feet. The source of the falls is the Richmond River, which begins in the foothills of the volcano.
This tour starts with a 15 minutes tour of the Botanical Gardens, then we'll drive along the Leeward side of the Island to the beautiful Dark View Falls, where you will be able to hike the short trail and bath under the falls. Finally relax and enjoy a soak at the Buccament Bay.